Denecker, C. and Focarile, T. POD Speaks #5 (2022): 1–6 This POD Speaks outlines how higher education administrators can engage their CTLs to enhance the professional development work needed to ensure successful concurrent enrollment partnerships (CEPs).
Leveraging Centers for Teaching and Learning in Accreditation Review and Quality Assurance Processes
Sacks, D., Payette, P., Ellis, D., and Horii, C.V. POD Speaks #4 (2021): 1–6 This essay advises senior academic leaders to involve campus-based educational developers due to their unique expertise in working with faculty, assessing and improving curricula, and guiding organizational change.
Dickens, E., Cruz, L., Alderson, J., Atias, D., Graham, R., Hurney, C.A., Parker, M., Smentkowski, B., Smitherman, M., Thomas, M. Troisi, J.D., Vincent-Layton, K., and Wang, C. (2019). POD Speaks #3 (2019): 1–6 Starting a CTL is an exciting but complex endeavor, requiring a strong awareness of institutional culture and needs. Administrators, faculty, and other…
Wright, M., Horii, C.V., Felten, P., Sorcinelli, M.D., and Kaplan, M., POD Speaks #2 (2018): 1–5 Here, we argue that there is a strong evidence base for the impact of educational development on student learning, and we summarize recent research that comprises this solid foundation.
Martin, D., POD Speaks #1 (2016): 1–4 Administrators interested in making the tenure and promotion process more strategic, efficient and inclusive should start by engaging with their centers for teaching & learning (CTLs).