2022-2023 Administrative Policy Manual Published September 2, 2022 
    
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2022-2023 Administrative Policy Manual Published September 2, 2022 [ARCHIVED COPY]

Faculty Development


Policy Number: 8.3.14
Effective Date: March 1, 2023
Revision History: Reviewed May 26, 2016
Policy Contact: Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs/Provost

I. Purpose and Policy Statement

In accordance with the requirements of Board of Regents Policy Manual 8.3.13 Faculty Development, Georgia Gwinnett College maintains a campus-wide professional growth and development program that aligns with GGC mission, and supports the continuous improvement of all faculty in their roles as teachers, scholars, researchers, and professionals engaged in service to GGC, the community, and the profession.

II. Scope

This policy applies to all GGC faculty and administrative personnel.

III. Roles and Responsibilities

To promote faculty development, faculty are encouraged to attend programs offered by the Center for Teaching Excellence or through off-campus development opportunities that address effective instructional practices, innovative uses of technology, and other instructional approaches that lead to student engagement and success. By attending these programs, faculty demonstrate their commitment to their own professional development and to the standards of teaching excellence of the College. The Center for Teaching Excellence’s activities correlate to the academic and professional standards set forth by the faculty evaluation in these areas: excellence in teaching, scholarship, service, and student engagement. Georgia Gwinnett College also promotes the development of administrative personnel and encourages their participation in opportunities that advance their institutional effectiveness. By participating, administrators demonstrate their commitment to their own professional development and to the administrative and managerial standards of the College.