Training Part-Time Faculty: How To Create An Online Teacher Training Course
Training Part-Time Faculty: How To Create An Online Teacher Training Course
 
On-Demand Training
Registration fee includes institutional access to the recording for one year.
Paper-Based Registration Form
Registration Fee: $345.00

Description Speaker(s)
 
Overview:
Part-time faculty bring tremendous benefits to institutions of higher learner, especially the community college environment. They offer a cost-effective solution to institutional budget cuts and are often leaders in their field. But how do you train part-time faculty for success teaching at the community college level? How do you meet their needs and offer support that does not offset or hinder their intrinsic value to your institution?

This webinar will present an online course developed specifically for training part-time faculty at community colleges. Participants will leave with the tools needed to launch an online course that will cover training concepts such as: the history and role of community colleges, governance and organizational structures, accreditation process, support services, copyright law and how it pertains to syllabus creation, adult learning theories, and various teaching and learning styles. We will also discuss the teaching-learning-assessing-reflecting cycle and how to best relay its importance to part-time instructors. The importance of building a sense of community and responding to faculty’s technology gaps will also be covered. The training course materials presented during this webinar can be adapted and implemented at other community colleges.
Objectives:
  • Review a successful online training course for part-time faculty at community colleges
  • Leave with the tools needed to launch an online course at their institution
  • Explore strategies to build a sense of community in an online environment
  • Be able to explain the history, role, and importance of community colleges
  • Understand the definition and role of a community college instructor
  • Discuss why understanding curriculum and copyright law is necessary for faculty constructing a course syllabus
  • Discuss previously held concepts about community college students, adult learning theories, and teaching and learning styles
  • Analyze the teaching-learning-assessing-reflecting cycle and explain the importance and purpose of evaluating student learning as well as different methods to measure academic achievement
Who should attend?
  • 2-year institutions & 4-year institutions
  • Vice President of Academic Affairs/Instruction
  • Dean of Instruction
  • Department Chairs
  • Faculty (full and part-time)
  • Human Resources
  • Online Learning

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