Grow the 8% – from teachingandlearninginhighered.org

Growing in the sand by Fellowship of the Rich, on Flickr

By Adam Finkelstein, Teaching and Learning Services.

 

The Teaching and Learning in Higher Education blog has a very interesting post titled “grow the 8%” with an infographic on the importance of faculty development. Infographics are visual representations of information and can be an excellent way of synthesizing a complex topic. From their infographic:

Only 8 percent of professors in another study reported taking “any account of research on teaching and learning in preparing their classes.” We need to grow this.

They cite some great resources for faculty development. See below for the entire infographic:

Have you ever used an infographic in your courses? If so, let us know in the comments below…

Photo Credit: Growing in the sand by Fellowship of the Rich, on Flickr

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