Comprehensive Faculty Development: Why the Separation of Evaluation From Growth Is Essential

Comprehensive Faculty Development: Why the Separation of Evaluation From Growth Is Essential
Comprehensive Faculty Development: Why the Separation of Evaluation From Growth Is Essential

Volume Number
Volume 45 (2020)
Issue Number
5
As stated in the first article in this series, “Comprehensive Faculty Development: An Overview,”* evaluation and growth have traditionally been conflated. When asked for the “why” behind faculty evaluation, the first response is often “to drive growth” or “to improve performance,” even though administrators readily acknowledge that it seldom does either. The most common challenges cited to explain this ineffectiveness include:
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