A presentation is given of the design, implementation, evaluation and follow‐up of a successful faculty development programme that is effectively and efficiently meeting the needs of both part‐time and full‐time professors at a private university in Mexico. It illustrates some features of effective programmes such as presentation of theory of skills, use of variety of delivery strategies, practice in simulated and actual settings, teaching performance feedback, coaching for application, individualisation, incentives for participation, and administrative support. Some advantages and disadvantages are also identified.
Ovando, M.N. (1991), "Adjunct Faculty Teaching Needs: Meeting These Needs through a Faculty Development Programme", International Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 5 No. 3. https://doi.org/10.1108/EUM0000000001968Download as .RIS
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