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OCDI 8: Reflecting on Your Teaching, Learning How to Learn

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Reflection on your teaching is key to continuous growth, improvement and sustainability. Additionally, there are a variety of steps retention for promotion and tenure. This chapter will focus what you can do to archive your work to monitor performance and demonstrate accomplishments as evidence of your quality work.

 

As with our students, we need to assess where we are in our practices and envision the pathway we want to take to achieve our goals. Reflection is the first step in thinking about your teaching and identifying where you are on your career pathway. This chapter is a discussion of how to use professional organizations and campus resources to help you create your professional development plan for career advancement. 

 

 

Content

Reading: Designing Effective Teaching and Significant Learning Chapters 11 and 12

A link to a complimentary copy of the eBook should arrive from Stylus Publishing in your email within 2-3 days of your registration.

 

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Reflection on your teaching is key to continuous growth, improvement and sustainability. Additionally, there are a variety of steps retention for promotion and tenure. This chapter will focus what you can do to archive your work to monitor performance and demonstrate accomplishments as evidence of your quality work.

 

As with our students, we need to assess where we are in our practices and envision the pathway we want to take to achieve our goals. Reflection is the first step in thinking about your teaching and identifying where you are on your career pathway. This chapter is a discussion of how to use professional organizations and campus resources to help you create your professional development plan for career advancement. 

 

 

Content

Reading: Designing Effective Teaching and Significant Learning Chapters 11 and 12

A link to a complimentary copy of the eBook should arrive from Stylus Publishing in your email within 2-3 days of your registration.

 

Outcomes

We hope that by the end of the course you will be able to

 

  • identify the components of a teaching portfolio,
  • analyze ways you can reflect on your teaching,
  • collect evidence of your work necessary for a teaching portfolio,
  • develop a plan for you to obtain assistance in your teaching,
  • create ways to get feedback from your teaching,
  • identify the resources at your campus for professional development in teaching,
  • select external professional organizations to advance your teaching and your work in your discipline, and
  • create a plan for professional development in teaching and learning, either using campus resources or outside professional groups.

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Designing Effective Teaching and Significant Learning
 
The authors have designed innovative practices and tools to help faculty and administration improve learning experiences for students and share examples of how faculty used Fink’s Taxonomy of Significant Learning to create high-quality courses.

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