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FACULTY EFFECTIVENESS

FACULTY EFFECTIVENESS

Faculty effectiveness is defined as ability to understanding the stake holder expectations and meeting them. The stakeholders are students, the parents, teachers, management, university and the society at large. Education must address the stakeholder expectation. In this programme Faculty profile the stakeholders and their expectations. They learn the concepts and practices necessary to develop their individual development plans and the group action plans to improve effectiveness.

FACILITATION SKILLS

One of the important challenges faced by faculty is learner engagement and retention. This programme exposes the participants to the concepts, gives them experience of various practices such as goal setting, debriefing, reflection and their importance in improving learner engagement. Research has shown that teachers’/facilitators’ attitude and behaviour are important factors in learner engagement. This is an intense programme and the participants of this programme go through rigorous self-discovery and are given feed-forward on how they can leverage their strengths and how they can work to improve their dys-functionalities.

SPECIFIC THEMES FOR FACULTY

Faculty have the ‘power to‘, influence the learners and hence the next generations. In today’s educational institutions which are run like corporate companies faculty have to acquire managerial and leadership qualities as in corporate companies. Influencing (stakeholders), decision making (in department and Institution) and team work (Institutional events or student development) are basic to becoming a successful faculty. This may not include the research oriented institutions where technical abilities and academic brilliance are important. Faculty who have teaching as second career have a lot to unlearn from their past. They have to appreciate their roles in the present, recognise their power to change, influence and leave a footprint in the institution for the future. Programmes are specifically designed for each of the themes and offered to such faculty and Institutions.