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What is the Professional Development for the QEP?
Participating QEP faculty complete 24 hours of professional development training and implement teaching strategies in the Dimension of Learning Power - Changing and Learning. Professional development for faculty encompasses:
The four phases of professional development for participating QEP full-time and adjunct faculty
Professional Development Champions
Specially selected and trained faculty Professional Development Champions lead the QEP professional development activities. The Richland College Senior Leadership, in collaboration with the QEP Resource Team and faculty QEP Implementation Team, selected the QEP Professional Development Champions. These Champions are faculty members selected for their knowledge of Developing Learning Power, their ability to teach, and their interest in being a part of this professional development team. The Professional Development Champions develop and conduct various training for faculty who are classified as in-training, piloting, and implementing. The Professional Development Champions also facilitate ongoing Professional Development Learning Communities, where faculty
Four, three-hour sessions cover at an introductory level:
Professional Development Champions also incorporate Cooperative Learning theory and practice, as appropriate. The QEP Director and the Professional Development Champions review and discuss professional development evaluation results collected at each session.