Are you interested in enhancing your practice and improving your students’ learning? How about learning from your colleagues and sharing your expertise in a collaborative community within your campus, discipline or division?
The start of another academic year offers us an opportunity to take a fresh look at our teaching and think about new and innovative strategies to enhance student learning. Valencia’s comprehensive, competency-based faculty development program provides a variety of opportunities, from face-to-face seminars to online and hybrid courses. Courses are uniquely designed and facilitated by Valencia experts – your colleagues.
Valuable and new programs are available to you through faculty development including:
Digital Professor Certification
A series designed to explore key issues regarding teaching and learning in the web-enhanced, hybrid and online environments.
Associate Faculty Certification
An opportunity for adjunct and full-time, non-tenure earning faculty, to enhance teaching practice and student learning, while also becoming part of a collaborative, innovative teaching community.
Seneff Faculty Development Program NEW!
A series open to all Valencia faculty members with an individual commitment to the development of the honors community at the college.
Study Abroad Program Leader Certification Program NEW!
A series designed to prepare full-time faculty members to develop and lead a meaningful short-term study abroad experience for Valencia’s students.
LifeMap Faculty Development Certificate Program NEW!
A series designed to support all faculty members, full-time and part-time, as they expand their knowledge and integration of LifeMap and College Success Skills with the goal of enhanced student learning.
Faculty Development seeks to support all faculty members as they expand their professional practices and examine their ongoing development in the seven Essential Competencies of a Valencia Educator. Our courses and programs are designed to support every faculty member’s development in these competencies.
Whether you are looking for a single course or interested in working toward a certificate program, you can begin today by visiting the faculty development website. You can also contact any member of our team on your campus in the Center for Teaching/Learning Innovation:
East Campus: Building 4, Room 133 (Extension 2297)
Lake Nona Campus: Building 1, Room 344 (Extension 4812)
Osceola Campus: Building 1, Room 116 (Extension 4812)
West Campus: Building 6, Room 326A (Extension 1051)
Winter Park Campus: Room 130 (Extension 6919)