|Statement||Gordon E. Watts, editor|
|Series||New directions for community colleges -- no. 120|
|Contributions||Watts, Gordon E. 1945-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||99 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||99|
Emphasizing the construction of knowledge through action, reflection, and documentation, it presents detailed guidelines for portfolio development."--Elizabeth Jones, Faculty Emerita in Human Development, Pacific Oaks College "This book is valuable to those in the child development and early education fields of education."/5(7). The purpose of this volume is to provide a current view of the evolving professional development movement in community colleges. Chapter authors provide descriptions of how their institutions have addressed issues through professional development, created institutional change, developed new delivery systems, reached beyond development programs meant just for faculty, and found new uses . This Digest, drawn from "Enhancing Community Colleges Through Professional Development" (New Directions for Community Colleges, Winter ), reviews the context for the professional development movement today, describes programs that have utilized new formats for delivery, and demonstrates the impact professional development can make in Author: Stefanie Stern. Portfolios aren’t just for documenting the work of young children—they can also be powerful resources for early childhood educators’ professional training and development. From evaluating one’s classroom practice to showcasing skills and accomplishments, professional portfolios are a comprehensive record of a career in its entirety. In this book, Marianne Jones and Marilyn Shelton.
This book brings together distinguished scholars, community college practitioners, and emerging leaders to expand upon existing theories, provide reflection on practice, and demonstrate the dynamic nature of community college internationalization. There is a special challenge for United States. Nevertheless, through an effective professional development program, we can create a learning college that fosters intellectual discipline. This can only be done with a well-designed plan that evolves as it is carried out, a plan that presupposes a substantive concept of critical thinking, with true and lasting administrative commitment and. of the college community 5. Integrate professional development into the College structure by including responsive programs and recognition of success 6. Support the priorities established in McHenry County College’s strategic plan, annual goals, and AQIP requirements Size: 1MB. Inspiring giving by partnering with donors to achieve their charitable goals and strengthening our local communities by investing in them now and for future generations. TFEC in the community. We believe that a flourishing community is one based on equality and inclusion. Where we all come together to ensure that no one is left out. Where.
Despite the challenges community colleges face, their faculty members are eager to engage in professional development activities. Through such workforce development seminars and workshops, North Shore Community College faculty have gained key strategies and skills, enabling them to provide a range of innovative learning opportunities for students. Enhancing Professional Development for Teachers explores how the provision of professional development through online media has had a significant influence on the professional lives of an increasing number of teachers. The ongoing professional development of general education and special education teachers is vital to the success of students with disabilities. As more classrooms transition to a co-teaching model, the professional development that teachers engage in must transition to meet the needs of both groups of professionals. Enhancing Study Abroad Participation and Choices of Destination at Community Colleges: /ch This chapter addresses the findings of a multilayered study regarding perceptions of study abroad coordinators and students related to community collegeAuthor: Monija Amani, Mikyong Minsun Kim.