Faculty Development Department
The Teaching and Learning Center 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 and mission and its committment to the "learning college" model.
Faculty Development Goals
Dean of Libraries, eLearning, Tutoring and Faculty Development
New Faculty Orientations
A two-day event during Clark College's Fall Orientation providing a range of professional development opportunities.
Monday Morning Mentor
A weekly, 20-minute webcast series that airs each Monday and is available on-demand throughout the week until the next webcast. Programs give practical, real-world advice to enhance teaching and learning.
Offered throughout the year, topics may include:
Faculty Speaker Series
The Faculty Speaker Series showcases recent experiences that have enriched both the lives and teaching of Clark’s faculty members. This series aims to join the college-community in learning through our own faculty’s wide range of interests and achievements.
Professional Learning Communities
Professional Learning Communities are professional development models made up of cross-disciplinary groups of 15 faculty and professional staff engaging in a fulfilling and sustained 9 month-long program with a curriculum about enhancing teaching, learning and student success and retention.
Faculty Development Funding
Funding for off-campus professional development retreats and conferences is determined by department deans.
If you are interested in having a mentor, please contact Michelle Bagley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-992-2472.
Services and Resources: