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Department Review: Instructional Quality

The Year Three report summarizes and reflects on results gathered over the past several years related to instructional quality, a key factor in our ability to deliver rigorous and relevant education. Data analyzed for the Year Three report will address how faculty members develop and demonstrate instructional excellence.

Year Three reports will include assessment of how and to what extent:

  • faculty meet or exceed instructional standards and competencies, using multiple data sources;
  • faculty demonstrate ongoing mastery in their fields; and
  • faculty participate in instructional, scholarly, and professional development opportunities.

Resources
Year Three Report Template

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