As a new CSUDH faculty you will face a number of challenges. To help you through the first semester, we conduct a new faculty orientation. This year's spring 2013 orientation was held on January 18, 2013. The orientation included an overview of CSUDH, an introduction to our CSUDH students, tips for effective teaching and use of technology, information on University policies services and other topics vital to new faculty.
If you couldn't attend orientation or would like to learn more, following are presentation materials from past orientations you can download.
The mission of the Faculty Development Center is to support the University’s mission of success in education through a student’s contact with faculty members who effectively combine teaching, scholarship, and service and to help create a campus culture that values and supports excellence in teaching, learning, and research.
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Student Centered Learning
This student-centered perspective is a hallmark of the CSUDH approach to teaching. We strive to empower instructors by helping them develop a deep understanding of how students learn, so that they can effectively apply and adapt teaching strategies to meet their own goals and their students’ needs.
Assessments should reveal how well students have learned what we want them to learn while instruction ensures that they learn it. For this to occur, assessments, learning objectives, and instructional activities need to be closely aligned so that they reinforce one another.
Additional presentation materials available for download:
An Admissions Presentation [PDF] is available and topics covered are:
The Office of Faculty Affairs provides RTP services on the overall management of the RTP process; Design and manage the RTP schedule; Custodian of all RTP and faculty personnel files; Notifications to candidates; and Notifications to RTP reviewers.
A RTP Presentation [PDF] is available and topics covered are: