C.8. Faculty Professional Development

aProfessional Consultation. At least two terms before the first review (normally during the third semester of teaching), a faculty member on regular appointment will invite the department chair and one other tenured colleague to visit one class each. The faculty member will also discuss progress in scholarship with the chair of the department.

C.8. Faculty Professional Development

aProfessional Consultation. At least two terms before the first review (normally during the third semester of teaching), a faculty member on regular appointment will invite the department chair and one other tenured colleague to visit one class each. The faculty member will also discuss progress in scholarship with the chair of the department.

Self-Reflection and Career Exploration Guides

This self-assessment guide is designed to help you learn more about yourself in terms of planning for the future—whether that means getting the most out of your time at Middlebury or thinking ahead to graduate school and a career.

Career exploration is a process, and this guide includes a series of steps and resources designed to help you navigate the possibilities and identify options that might be a good fit for you.

Providing educators with the opportunities they deserve to further their own practice and development.

Hebrew educators spend years developing their skillsets. But once in the classroom, whether public or private schools, university, institution, or any other situation, the opportunities for personal growth are fewer and farther between.

Developed by Hebrew at the Center, this professional development program is for all Hebrew-language educators, at all levels of experience. The program includes workshops in:

Faculty Professional Development

aProfessional Consultation. At least two terms before the first review (normally during the third semester of teaching), a faculty member on regular appointment will invite the department chair and one other tenured colleague to visit one class each. The faculty member will also discuss progress in scholarship with the chair of the department.