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Friday, November 18 • 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Restarting Momentum: Bite-Sized Development for Burned-Out Faculty

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Long-term faculty development incorporating networking and requiring significant investment of time and effort have been shown to be the most impactful. However, the demands of rapidly remodeling course delivery methods from online, to hyflex, to face-to-face over the course of two years alongside health and financial stressors have left many faculty burned-out with diminished cognitive capacity and interest in their own continued education. However it is well established that engaging in development prevents faculty burn-out. In this interactive session, we explore six effective models of reimagined bite-sized development options from two institutions that addressed the unique needs of burned-out faculty.

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Marina Smitherman

Director, Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning, Chair, Department of Life Sciences, Professor of Biology, Dalton State College
Educational Development, Organizational Development, Change Management, Launching or Revitalizing Developing Undergraduate Research Programs, LEAP, Transparency in Learning & Teaching.
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Alicia Briganti

Associate Professor of Psychology, Dalton State College
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Rod McRae

Assistant Provost – Faculty Development, Middle Georgia State University
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Aimee Cribbs

Assistant Director Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and Assistant Professor of Education, Dalton State College

Friday November 18, 2022 3:00pm - 3:45pm PST
702 (Clearwater)