Initial Publication Date: June 8, 2017

Sustain Faculty Learning

Every faculty member needs opportunities for continuing to learn about their craft. The resources here can help faculty members learn on their own or provide professional development for their colleagues.

Developing as a Leader

This subset of pages was developed by Jingjing Liu and Pamela Eddy (William & Mary) to draw together threads of leadership development that have run throughout the entire SAGE 2YC project.

Framing LeadershipPractice LeadingBringing Others Along

SAGE MusingsPrinciples of Effective Workshop DesignMaterials for Faculty Development WorkshopsFaculty Discussion SeriesDiversity and InclusionDevelop Students' Science IdentityImplement Active LearningEmbrace Adjunct FacultyUsing Course-Level Outcomes Data

Other Resources

  • InTeGrate: Support the Whole Student
    There are many moving parts to supporting all kinds of students. A holistic approach to supporting students is fundamental to their learning and appears to be particularly important in helping minority students persist in STEM majors.
  • Earth Educators' Rendezvous - Participant in the Earth Educators' Rendezvous are researchers and practitioners working in all aspects of undergraduate Earth education, including a mix of college faculty, graduate students, and K-12 teachers from all disciplines who are interested in improving their teaching about Earth. The conference program is made up of long-format professional development workshops, single-afternoon mini-workshops, contributed posters and presentations, and plenary sessions.
  • National Association of Geoscience Teachers - NAGT works to raise the quality of and emphasis on teaching the geosciences at all levels. Its members include K-12 teachers and college and university faculty as well as educators working with the general public through outlets such as museums and science centers. NAGT's purpose is to foster improvement in the teaching of the Earth sciences at all levels of formal and informal instruction, to emphasize the cultural significance of the Earth sciences, and to disseminate knowledge in this field to the general public.