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Faculty Development

About

The Faculty Development Department contributes to student success in a learning-centered community by cultivating and supporting teaching excellence.

All Faculty Development offerings are provided in the context of Clark College's vision, mission, and commitment to the learning college model. Our goal is to celebrate the teaching profession and champion a collegial work environment.

Upcoming Events

Contact

Judith Hernández Chapar
Director, Teaching and Learning Center
jhernandezchapar@clark.edu
360-992-2086

Nichola Farron
Faculty Development Specialist
nfarron@clark.edu 
360-992-2516

Faculty Conversation Series

The Teaching & Learning Center is pleased to continue the series of informal Faculty conversations for the new academic year. Subjects and conversation topics are invited!

  • Dates and scheduling information for Fall 18:

Pizza & Pedagogy 1

Tues October 9

3.30-4.30

SBG251

Pizza & Pedagogy 2

Tues October 23

3.00-4.00

GHL207

Tea & Teaching 1

Mon November 26

11.00-12.00

GHL207

Pizza & Pedagogy 3

Thur December 6

1.30-2.30

GHL207

 

Faculty Development Opportunities

The following programs, services, and resources provide professional development opportunities for faculty focused on encouraging student success in a learning-centered environment.

20-Minute Mentor Webinars

This library of video-based programs can help address everyday teaching challenges. The programs are fast, focused, and on-demand with practical “how-to” information presented by higher education’s leading authorities.

Focus on Learning

A faculty inservice day that provides a range of professional development opportunities.

New Faculty Orientation

These information sessions are tailored to new faculty who want the basics of navigating the policies and procedures of Clark College. New faculty receive a stipend for participating. 

Teaching Squares

A program designed to improve teaching skills and build community through a structured, non-threatening process of classroom observation and shared reflection. Participants in a Teaching Square learn about the best practices of other faculty in order to improve their own teaching.