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CTC Faculty Professional Development Plan (FPDP) August 25, 2004 FPDP Mission Promotes professionalization Provides consistent framework worldwide for continuing education Promotes enhanced knowledge Teaching field Technology Teaching and learning

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FPDP Mission

  • Promotes professionalization

  • Provides consistent framework worldwide for continuing education

  • Promotes enhanced knowledge

    • Teaching field

    • Technology

    • Teaching and learning

  • Supports campus and community involvement

  • Provides consistent, comprehensive reporting data

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FPDP Questions

  • Any questions regarding the FPDP should go to the appropriate Department Chair or Campus Dean.

  • Do not direct questions to Training Coordinator (Caroline Dakin)

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FPDP Participation

  • Professional development activities are available to all faculty members

  • Full-time Central Campus faculty participate in the FPDP

  • Dept. Chairs follow all faculty procedures except they are evaluated by Central Campus Dean

  • Worldwide full-time faculty will begin pilot year

  • Central campus and worldwide adjunct faculty are encouraged to use Form FE-1 to document their PD

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FPDP Important Due Dates

  • May1—Faculty members submit all Form FE-1s online to Training Coordinator

  • May1—Faculty members submit Form FE-6 to Dept. Chairs

  • May5—Dept. Chairs sign Form FE-6 and return to faculty members

  • May15—Dept. Chairs submit Form FE-6 to HR (during Evaluation Year ONLY)

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Voluntary Titles/Stipends

  • Titles and stipends have been removed from the FPDP

  • All faculty are “professors”

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Orientation Responsibilities

  • New Faculty Orientation

    • HR

      • Benefits

      • insurance

    • Departmental

      • FPDP

        • Forms, procedures

        • RTA procedures for PD travel

      • Additional Dept. information

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CTC FPDP Website

  • www.ctcd.edu, click “Faculty/Staff,” click “Professional Development”

    • FAQ Page

    • Faculty Standards

    • PD Activities

    • PD Suggested Timeline

    • Student Evaluation of Course

    • PD Required Areas Chart

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FPDP Highlights

  • Full-time faculty participate in and document a minimum of 14 hours/year (May 2, 2004 – May 1, 2005) in 3 areas:

    • Campus requirements (2 hours)

    • Instructional areas (6 hours)

    • Professional organizations/Institutional and Community involvement—PIC (6 hours)

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FPDP Highlights

  • Normal duties (teaching, keeping office hours, tutoring students, grading, hiring adjuncts, etc.) do NOT count

  • Faculty member must complete activity first before submitting Form FE-1

  • “PD Activities” and “PD Required Areas Chart” provide useful guidelines (see CTC website)

  • For any conflict/grievance, faculty member may use CTC Grievance Procedures at any time

    (Faculty Handbook, Section 1.7, Policy 210)

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FPDP Highlights (Cont’d)


    • Faculty members, together with their Department Chairs, have ultimate control over

      • Appropriateness of submitted activities

      • Appropriateness of chosen categories for activities

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Faculty Evaluation

  • Faculty members/Dept. Chairs are formally evaluated every three (3) years

  • PD, department chair (Dean) evaluation, peer observation, self-assessment, and student course evaluation are all components of faculty evaluation

  • All components together provide fair assessment of faculty member

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Faculty Evaluation

  • Faculty members are either in

    • Evaluation Year Status

    • Non-Evaluation Year Status

  • Faculty members are in Evaluation Year Status on a three (3)-year cycle. The cycle is as follows:

    • 2003-2004 Evaluation Year

    • 2004-2005 Non-Evaluation Year

    • 2005-2006 Non-Evaluation Year

    • 2006-2007 Evaluation Year

    • 2007-2008 Non-Evaluation Year

    • 2008-2009 Non-Evaluation Year

    • 2009-2010 Evaluation Year, etc.

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FPDP Form FE-1

  • Faculty member completes activity first before submission

  • Submission goes ONLY to Training Coordinator for institutional data collection (SACS, THECB, etc.)

  • Faculty member may choose to send FE-1 to self and/or Dept. Chair (not to Dean, HR)

  • Similar activities may be documented on same FE-1 (eg., all Faculty Senate meetings)

  • FE-1 doubles as Trip Report

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FPDP Additional Online Forms

  • FE-2 (Summary Sheet)—optional

  • FE-3 (Dept.Chair Faculty Evaluation—to include classroom observation)

  • FE-4 (Faculty Peer Observation)

  • FE-5 (Self-Assessment)

  • FE-6 (Final Evaluation Report)—annual

  • FE-7* (Evaluation Recommendations)

    *used only if 80 points are not attained during Evaluation Year Status

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Non-Evaluation Year Procedures

  • Faculty member participates in and documents 14 PD hours by May 1

  • Faculty member keeps track of PD on FE-2 (optional)

  • Faculty member fills out FE-6 and submits to Dept. Chair (not to Dean or HR) by May 1

    • Dept. chair may request f2f meeting

    • Dept. chair may request to see FE-2

  • Dept. Chair signs FE-6, keeps copy in faculty member’s dept. file, and returns original to faculty member by May 5

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Evaluation Year Procedures (Faculty)

  • Faculty member participates in and documents 14 PD hours by May 1

  • Faculty member keeps track of PD on FE-2 (optional)

  • Faculty member completes Faculty Peer Observation, fills out Form FE-4, submits it to Dept. Chair by May 1

  • Faculty member completes Self-Assessment, fills out Form FE-5, submits it to Dept. Chair by May 1

  • Facultymember arranges Classroom Observation with Dept. Chair by May 1

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Evaluation Year Procedures (Faculty)Cont’d.

6. Faculty member fills out FE-6 and submits to Dept. Chair (not to Dean or HR) by May 1

  • Faculty member discusses Dept. Chair Evaluation (Form FE-3) in f2f meeting with Dept. Chair

  • submits FE-2 (optional)

    7. Faculty member receives copies of signed FE-3, FE-4, FE-5, and FE-6 by May 15

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Evaluation Year Procedures (Dept. Chair)

1. Dept. Chair arranges classroom observation of faculty member by May 1

  • Dept. Chair receives FE-2 (optional), FE-4, FE-5, and FE-6 by May 1

  • Dept. Chair uses above FE forms and classroom observation to complete FE-3

    • Dept. Chair arranges f2f meeting with faculty member to discuss evaluation

    • Dept. Chair signs all forms and returns copies to faculty member by May 15

  • Dept. Chair keeps copies of FE-3, FE-4, FE-5, and FE-6 in faculty member’s dept. file

  • Dept. Chair submits Forms FE-6 to HR by May 15

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Faculty Member Recommendations (Form FE-7)

  • If faculty member does not receive 80 total points on FE-6, Dept. Chair uses Form FE-7 to make recommendations for improvement

  • Dept. Chair discusses FE-7 during f2f evaluation meeting

  • Dept. Chair and faculty member agree on recommendations and sign form

  • Dept. Chair keeps copy in faculty member’s dept. file and submits one copy to HR

  • Faculty member is re-evaluated the following year

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Additional Points

  • HR has same involvement as current system

  • Office Hours (for 15 student contact hours)

    • 12 posted hours

    • 3 “By Appointment” hours

  • All forms should be online/interactive

    by Aug. 25

  • Form FE-2 will record cumulative PD data for faculty members (by Spring 2005)

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SACS Prelim Report

  • 3.7.2        Professional Development     Comment:       The institution clearly establishes professional growth as an academic responsibility of faculty (Education Program Guidelines, Section 2.1.3). A wide range of professional development programs and policies exist to support this responsibility, including sabbatical leave, the Employee Educational Benefits Program, in-service programs through the Employee Training Office, the STARLINK statewide teleconference network, specialized training for distance learning faculty, and adaptation of endowment funds for support of faculty professional development opportunities. The On-Site Committee should seek evidence of ongoing professional development of part-time faculty.

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Adjunct Faculty

  • Adjunct faculty will be encouraged to use online Form FE-1 to document their PD

    • Form FE-1 is accessible worldwide

    • All PD is tracked in one centralized location (Training Coordinator)

    • Data is used to generate institutional reports (SACS-COC, THECB, Board of Trustees, local community, etc.)

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  • Contact Dean Mikles (Central Campus Dean)

    • (254) 526-1116

  • Contact your Department Chair

  • The Faculty Senate Professional Development Committee invites your comments/suggestions regarding the FPDP