SUCCESS FACTORS
Theme: Human Capital
Organization Level: Classroom
Critical elements: Classroom instructors in higher performing institutions strive for continuous improvement in their own teaching and enjoy contributing to the growth of instructors as a whole. Through reflection, collaboration, and hard work, educators raise the institution’s human capital and support the institution’s goals for all students.
Practice: Collaborate with colleagues and institutional leadership to create an environment of continuous improvement.

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CriteriaLess Effective PracticesSuccess Factors for Meeting State StandardsSuccess Factors for College and Career Readiness
Professional Development

Educators participate in college-wide professional development but have few additional opportunities for professional learning.

Educators participate in department-wide professional development that is aligned with departmental goals and student learning outcomes.

Educators participate in professional development opportunities outside of their department, to further their ability to implement institutional, departmental, and student learning goals. New knowledge is shared with peers in structured settings.

Collaboration

Educators work primarily in isolation.

Educators make use of collaborative time to share ideas and instructional practices within their department.

Educators make use of collaborative time to share ideas and instructional practices with faculty and staff at other institutions, community and industry groups, and other departments within the institution.







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