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Constructing an Interactive Environment for Faculty Instructional Development

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International Educational Technology Conference,


This study describes a novel interactive platform for faculty development, particularly focusing on transmitting some subtle teaching experiences, e.g., interaction with students inside and outside of class, face to face and via the Internet. This work examined two outstanding instructional faculties at the National Central University, including an astronomy faculty (called professor A) and a mathematics faculty (called professor B). The data collected from the website can benefit for assist in further study on identifying some subtle but important characteristics of these outstanding teaching faculties. Moreover, these characteristics may exert long term influence on both new faculty members and students. (Contains 2 figures.)


Lin, S.R., Liu, C.w., Wu, Y.C. & Teng, H.T. (2007). Constructing an Interactive Environment for Faculty Instructional Development. Presented at International Educational Technology Conference 2007. Retrieved August 11, 2020 from .

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