Serial Engagement: Leveraging the Workshop Series to Drive Institutional Change

Session Time and Location

Date:
Thu, 7 Jun 2018
Time:
Time:
11:15am to 12:45pm
Room: Room:
Dunwoody C
Session Track
Session Format
Accountability concerns in higher education provide a timely imperative for educational developers to articulate our centrality to institutional change (Stefani, 2010; Schroeder,  2012). Aligning our contributions with institutional strategic plans in a series of interactions of varying modalities (face-to-face, online) provides the necessary leverage to empower instructional and administrative colleagues and demonstrate positive outcomes. In this pre-conference workshop participants will analyze a case study and apply the backward design process to sketch a workshop series designed to support institutional change, including plans for collecting, analyzing, and disseminating data related to their work (Fink, 2005; Beach et.al, 2016).  
  • Session References +
    Beach, A. L., Sorcinelli, M. D., Austin, A. E., & Rivard, J. K. (2016). Faculty development in the age of evidence: Current practices, future imperatives. Stylus Publishing, LLC.   Donovan, John J; Radosevich, David J. A meta-analytic review of the distribution of practice effect: Now you see it, now you don't. Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol 84(5) Oct 1999, 795-805. Fink, L. D. (2013). Creating significant learning experiences: An integrated approach to designing college courses. John Wiley & Sons.   Schroeder, C. (2012). Coming in from the margins: Faculty development’s emerging organizational development role in institutional change. Stylus Publishing, LLC. Stefani, L. (Ed.). (2010). Evaluating the effectiveness of academic development: Principles and practice. Routledge.