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As you’re thinking about creating high impact learning experiences for your students, consider participating in LCTS1214: Introduction to Infusing Evidence-based, High Impact Practices, which introduces the concepts of evidence-based, high impact practices (HIP) and provides an opportunity to explore and share strategies for curriculum infusion.
If you are a full-time faculty member planning to complete the High Impact Practices (HIP) portion of the Faculty Incentive Plan or a part-time faculty member interested in doing an action research-based independent study, the following additional courses are designed to support you:
- SOTL4177: Using SoTL to Investigate Evidence-based, High Impact Practices: Outlining a Proposal
This course will help participants explore the elements of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) process through the lens of high impact practice infusion. Participants will brainstorm ideas, exchange feedback and develop an outline of a SoTL plan.
- SOTL4277: Using SoTL to Investigate Evidence-based, High Impact Practices: Analyzing Data and Reflecting on Results
This course will help participants explore the elements of the SoTL process such as methods of analyzing data as well as appropriate ways to display and reflect on results.
As part of the HIP plan, Faculty Development also offers the Faculty Incentive Plan (FIP). This is a compensation enhancement designed for annually appointed, tenured and tenure-track faculty members. FIP is conducted in a two-year cycle and has two components, the High Impact Practices Plan ($1,000) and the Professional Development Plan (Level 1 $750 or Level 2 $1,500). Participation in the FIP is voluntary and faculty members may participate in one or both components.
The Faculty Incentive Plan (FIP) began Monday, July 1, 2019, and ends on Wednesday, June 30, 2021 (two-year cycle conducted in odd years).
If you are newly eligible for the FIP as of spring/summer 2019, please reach out to your dean and campus director of faculty and instructional development to determine if an alternate set of dates/deadlines apply.
The last date day for faculty members to submit the High Impact Practices Plan Proposal and/or Professional Development Plan in the Faculty Incentive Plan Tool has been extended to Sunday, November 15, 2020.
For detailed information on the Faculty Incentive Plan, please visit the FIP webpage.
If you would like to discuss your plan, please reach out to your campus directors of faculty and instructional development:
Shara Lee – Osceola Campus, Lake Nona Campus and Poinciana Campus
407-299-5000, extension 4723
Dori Haggerty – West Campus and Downtown Campus
407-299-5000, extension 1051
Sally Leslie – East Campus, Winter Park Campus and School of Public Safety
407-299-5000, extension 5142