Director, Center for Teaching and Learning
Home Department: Academic Affairs
Employment Type: Regular (Continuous)
Appointment: Staff (12-Month)
The Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning provides leadership and vision for the continuous improvement of teaching and learning at Georgia College.
The Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning provides leadership and vision for the continuous improvement of teaching and learning at Georgia College. The individual is directly responsible for developing strategies, services, and support for faculty and staff for effective teaching practices and student success. The Director is expected to facilitate collaborative initiatives with academic and support units across campus that foster best practices in teaching and learning. Creating and pursuing an agenda that supports pedagogical research and scholarship, and overseeing faculty development programming that advances Georgia College's liberal arts mission are two other key areas of responsibility.
The Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning will focus on achieving the goals for the Center, especially regarding instructional technology and faculty development. Areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to: Integration of new and existing technologies in teaching and learning; Quality Matters, instructional technology support; instructional design support; scholarship of teaching and learning; undergraduate research; faculty development sessions, faculty awards; small grant research funding; Affordable Learning Georgia and open educational resources; and new faculty orientation. Assumes additional responsibilities and duties assigned by the Senior Associate Provost for Academic Affairs. Provides supervision of the Center for Teaching and Learning staff.
To learn more about this position or to submit an application please visit: http://www.gcsujobs.com/postings/5131