This handbook contains information and samples that represent work by the King's College faculty over the span of a quarter century. No faculty member could be expected to learn and do everything at once, but it is essential that everyone begin somewhere -- perhaps with one's favorite course or assignment.
Feel free to contact the following faculty who have distinguished themselves as leaders in innovative teaching, many of them having made presentations and conducted workshops at national conferences and meetings of professional organizations:
James P. Dolhon <email@example.com>: Jim is an expert on oral communications.
Gregory Bassham <ghbassham[AT]kings.edu>: Greg is an expert on critical thinking.
Jean O'Brien <jpobrien[AT]kings.edu>: Jean is a member of the Psychology Dept. and began the Human Resources Management major at King's College. She has served as a consultant to many colleges and universities throughout the United States on a faculty-oriented approach to assisting faculty improve teaching and learning strategies. She has expertise with outcomes assessment (developing assignments and criteria to judge students' performance), mentoring, and evaluation of faculty in the classroom. She is currently the director of CELT.
Cheryl O'Hara, <cmohara[AT]kings.edu>: Cheryl has done a lot of work preparing the McGowan School of Business for accreditation by AACSB, including supervising Competency Growth Plans, etc. She is a member of the CELT Advisory Board.
Brian A. Pavlac <bapavlac[AT]kings.edu>: Brian is the Chair of the History Department and an Associate Professor of History. He has developed various teaching tools available at <http://staff.kings.edu/bapavlac/pavlac-online.html>. He was the first director of CELT at King's College.
Trent Snider <trentsnider[AT]kings.edu>: As a professor teaching chemistry, Trent does work in teaching scientific writing. He is a member of the CELT Advisory Board.
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