Assessment-Based Faculty Development
When you need to amplify organizational results, start with faculty development. Franklin can help devise and deliver formal faculty training, including assessment, program review and leadership growth. We also improve student success through guided learning outcomes mapping, increase retention through teaching and learning development analytics, and leverage training and analytics to enhance instructional effectiveness.
The Key To Academic Quality
Teaching and learning outcomes are at the core of academic excellence. Yet, faced with increasing competition and regulatory requirements, attracting, developing and retaining high-quality faculty members is not easy. In partnership with Franklin University, higher education institutions like yours can get insight into best practices in teaching and assessment, find resources to develop faculty capabilities, and improve the academic quality of your programs.
A Clear Path Toward Teaching Excellence
As part of our unique approach, we’ll discuss your institutional goals and create a plan based on your needs. You’ll have access to Franklin’s faculty development curriculum, which includes best-in-class courses in instructional practices, observation, coaching, assessment, and feedback, and techniques to enhance student learning. Through formal assessment and training options like seminars, webinars and online courses, your faculty have the opportunity to demonstrate and improve the quality of their teaching and learning effectiveness. And, each course is embedded with assessment tools to drive improvements based on specific areas of need, from training through actual classroom implementation.
Maximize Faculty Impact
As part of the Franklin’s faculty development offerings, we can support your institution and faculty in developing knowledge and expertise. Even better? Our proven, effective practices can be implemented immediately. In addition to our own curriculum, Franklin University has launched faculty development courses both in the U.S. and around the world, as well as partnered with global institutions to successfully evaluate and improve faculty development.