Teaching is multifaceted and is informed by scholarly endeavors. Faculty are expected to be involved in continual professional development to enrich their instruction of students, which is not necessarily limited to simply transmitting information to students. Teaching involves interactions with students that fall into four categories: instruction in undergraduate and/or graduate classes, seminars, workshops, and institutes; supervision of students in practicum and internships; direction or co-direction of independent investigations, master’s theses/projects, and/or dissertations; and advising of students with respect to course work, licensure, and mentoring.