Improving Student and Faculty Success through Evidence-based Instruction
The pressure for institutions to graduate more students has not waned. Instead, more states implemented performance-based funding measures, and regional accreditors require institutions to report student success data. Consequently, departments responsible for faculty growth and development are expected to do more and evaluate what they do. In response, Lynn University and Indian River State College are participating in a national initiative, led by the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE), to credential faculty in the use of evidence-based teaching methods that promote student engagement, persistence, and learning. The presenters will share their experiences to support student and faculty success.
Sunshine State Teaching and Learning Conference
Daytona Beach, FL
Institute for Achievement and Learning
Rodriguez, B., Wharton, C., & Robson, J. (2019, February 1). Improving student and faculty success through evidence-based instruction. Presented at the 3rd annual Sunshine State Teaching and Learning Conference, Daytona Beach, FL.