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Do’s and Don’t’s of Accreditation— Team Leader Perspective. CCTE March 8, 2008 Judith Maxwell Greig, NDNU. Do make the team feel welcome. Nametags Red card Maps, escorts Healthy food and drink. Do respect the work. Intense Complex Difficult Be grateful. Do know that faculty talk.

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do s and don t s of accreditation team leader perspective

Do’s and Don’t’s of Accreditation—Team Leader Perspective

CCTE

March 8, 2008

Judith Maxwell Greig, NDNU

do make the team feel welcome
Do make the team feel welcome.
  • Nametags
  • Red card
  • Maps, escorts
  • Healthy food and drink
do respect the work
Do respect the work.
  • Intense
  • Complex
  • Difficult
  • Be grateful
do know that faculty talk
Do know that faculty talk.
  • Make documents honest
  • Clue faculty in
  • Don’t script
do work on logistics
Do work on logistics.
  • Schedule
  • Technology
  • Transportation
don t worry about redundancy
Don’t worry about redundancy.
  • We do not know
  • Just-in-time info
don t try to hide problems
Don’t try to hide problems.
  • Frame with present/future orientation
do anticipate requests
Do anticipate requests.
  • Have people to help
do ask colleagues
Do ask colleagues.
  • Adapt for your situation
do plan opening and closing
Do plan opening and closing.
  • Orientation
  • Opening reception is PR opportunity
  • Accept team report with gratitude and vision
  • Relief celebration
do use accreditation
Do use accreditation.
  • Lever for change
  • Champion self study and peer evaluation
  • Always about students
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