Elsevier's Faculty Development - Elsevier eBook on VitalSource, 1st Edition
Elsevier eBook on VitalSource
There’s no better way to prepare your new faculty for effective classroom teaching! Elsevier’s Faculty Development: An Interactive Solution provides a comprehensive, one-stop solution to meet your school’s needs for professional educator training. This turnkey solution is easy to implement and customize, with a handbook and online course allowing new faculty members to progress through the material at their own pace, engaging throughout with interactive exercises, case scenarios, critical thinking questions for application, module assessments, and a final exam. With access to a sample implementation guide with onboarding schedule, facilitators can structure the program to fit the needs of the new faculty members and the institution. Elsevier’s Faculty Development contains everything you need to turn subject matter experts into master teachers committed to student success.
- Multi-faceted learning solution combines a handbook for didactic learning plus a self-guided interactive online course.
- Text and online content include an in-depth look at learning theories, course planning and classroom management, teaching methods for a variety of settings, assessment writing, self-development, and ways to decrease the educational gap.
- Activities and assessments help you implement the concepts you’ve learned and to document your participation and experience, using interactive exercises, critical thinking questions, case studies with examples from a variety of program/student populations, and course module assessments to keep you engaged and track your progress.
- Certificate is issued upon the successful completion of each module, post-module assessment, and final exam; this certificate can be added to your employee record or portfolio to allow administrators to track onboarding.
- Bonus course module focuses on the unique needs of remote learning and instruction to provide additional guidance for instructors who have been moved from on-ground to online teaching.
1. Learning Theories
2. Course Planning
3. Classroom Management
4. Student Engagement
5. Critical Thinking and Judgment
6. Best Practices for Effective Instruction
8. Decreasing the Educational Gap
9. Self-Assessment and Improvement
10. Self-Development and Lifelong Learning
Elsevier and Sonja P Sheppard, PhD, MEd, RN, Associate Director, Nursing and Allied Health Hartnell Community College Salinas, CA