Teaching and Class Management
A primary responsibility of each Faculty member is teaching. The following items are seen as minimal expectations of anyone who teaches in the College:
- Keep abreast of the subject matter related to their area(s) of concentration and teaching assignments.
- Work with colleagues in a cooperative manner in planning, scheduling, and implementing coursework, and curricular activities.
- Prepare course work which is consistent with the course basic data sheet and the objectives of the respective curricula.
- Issue in the first day of class a written syllabus which includes location and time, description of the course, office hours, a general calendar and outline of the course, grading policy and criteria, objectives of the course, expected student learning outcomes, readings, fees, field trips and related costs, University-required language or other mandated language, and the exam schedule. An electronic copy of the syllabus shall be transmitted to the Associate/Assistant Dean(s) for Program(s).
- Be available to students seeking additional help outside of class within posted office hours and otherwise as needed and requested.
- Insure that the required student evaluation procedures are followed.
- Be punctual in starting and ending classes.
- Give reasonable notification of and provision for instructor absences.
- Provide reasonable make-up procedures for students’ legitimately missed exams or other graded work.
- Evaluate students’ work with adequate and constructive written or oral comments on papers, projects, exams, and other work appropriate to the course.
- Evaluate student’s work within a reasonable time frame that allows students to benefit from the instructor's comments prior to the next assignment.
- Present themselves as role models for students, exemplifying integrity and citizenship in society.