Faculty Qualifications, Performance, and Development
Faculty are qualified and model best professional practices in scholarship, service, and teaching, including the assessment of their own effectiveness as related to candidate performance; they also collaborate with colleagues in the disciplines and schools. The unit systematically evaluates faculty performance and facilitates professional development.
5.4.a – Data table on qualification of professional education faculty
5.4.a.1 Professional Education Faculty Qualifications (AIMS)
5.4.a.2 Faculty Qualifications (BOT)
5.4.b – Data table on qualifications of clinical faculty (i.e., P-12 school professionals and professional education faculty responsible for instruction, supervision, and/or assessment of candidates during field experiences and clinical practice.)
5.4.c – Policies and practices to assure clinical faculty meet unit expectations.
5.4.d – Policies and samples of faculty scholarly activities.
5.4.d.1 Analysis of Unit Vita
5.4.d.2 Sample Faculty Vita
5.4.d.3 Faculty Awards
5.4.e – Summary of faculty service and collaborative activities in schools (e.g., collaborative project with school faculty, teacher professional development, and addressing the needs of low performing schools) and with the professional community (e.g., grants, evaluations, task force participation, provision of professional development, offering courses, etc.)
5.4.f – Policies, procedures, and practices for faculty evaluation (including promotion and tenure) and summaries of the results in areas of teaching, scholarship, and service.
5.4.g – Policies, procedures, and practices for professional development and summaries of the results.