Kent State University at East Liverpool Campus Criteria for NTT Faculty Three-Year, Six-Year, and Nine-Year Performance Reviews
For full-time, non-tenure track teaching faculty members (NTT faculty), classroom instruction is the principal responsibility. The primary concern of NTT faculty in the three-year, six year, and nine-year performance reviews is the quality of their teaching. Criteria for teaching excellence will include the fulfillment of the following expectations. NTT faculty members:
- should be professional in the classroom, maintain order, and conduct class in a climate of civility and respect,
- should use the complete class time for instruction,
- should apply appropriate teaching techniques for a given course, depending upon class size and discipline,
- should remain current in the pedagogical theory of their disciplines and experiment with innovations in classroom teaching,
- should provide students and units with a syllabus that follows University procedures & guidelines.
- should evaluate student performance on a regular basis, and report grades in a timely manner according to University policy,
- should accommodate students with disabilities according to University and Federal and local policies,
- should receive satisfactory student evaluations from the approved evaluation measure.
- have a minimum of one per academic year peer review of their teaching.