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The literature shows too that critical new findings can inform and enhance day-to-day practice not only in the classroom but also in educational development centers. 36) contributed most to their ideas about educational development and influenced their practice. Not surprisingly, educational developers rely primarily on literature that can help them and the faculty members with whom they work to think more creatively and systematically about teaching and learning processes. Such literature can include guidelines for planning, providing, evaluating, and improving instruction, as well as the results of research on learners and the learning process.
The Scholarship of Academic Development. Buckingham, UK: Society for Research into Higher Education and Open University Press, 2003. Sorcinelli, M. , Austin, A. , Eddy, P. , and Beach, A. L. Creating the Future of Faculty Development: Learning from the Past, Understanding the Present. : Anker, 2006. Stefani, L. ” International Journal for Academic Development, 1999, 4(2), 102–110. Taylor, K. L. ” International Journal for Academic Development, 2005, 10(1), 31–46. Weimer, M. Improving College Teaching: Strategies for Developing Instructional Effectiveness.
Norah likewise connected to development work soon after completing her doctorate. With her husband finding a faculty job first, she looked to the same institution to apply her discipline and found it in educational development, a context she was formerly connected to through a disciplinary colleague and her own participation as a graduate student and sessional instructor. Still others made the move to educational development during or just after their doctorate for such reasons as loss of interest in their discipline research, work-life balance issues, the relational aspect of development work, the inviting and welcoming community within the center and beyond (if they had experienced contact at the regional or national level), and the scope of practice and balance of responsibilities of their particular developer position.