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Professional Development Committee
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Professional Development Committee

Committee Co-Chairs:

Beata Jones, Texas Christian University




Committee Charge

The Professional Development Committee shall:

  1. Determine the professional development needs of NCHC members.
  2.  Develop and recommend strategies and activities to meet those needs.
  3. Compile a list of “honors resource specialists” and post it on the NCHC website.
  4. Report regularly in writing to the Board of Directors.
  5. Work to meet the goals and objectives of NCHC’s Mission Statement.  {October 2012}

Honors Portfolio Toolkit

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What is an Honors Professional Portfolio? Past president John Zubizarreta, Ph.D,.Director of Honors & Faculty Development at Columbia College South Carolina, and Carnegie Foundation/CASE U.S. Professor of the Year, shares his experience and expertise to assist you in developing your own professional portfolio.

"For many faculty, the teaching portfolio provides the formal process for making sweeping changes in pedagogy or methodology. As an instrument that grows out of substantial reflection and analysis tied to hard evidence, the document also offers teachers a credible system for valid assessment of performance. It utilizes a discipline-based format which validates the individuality and integrity of teaching, serving as a catalyst for substantive improvement of the philosophy, strategies, materials, outcomes, evaluations, and goals of teaching.:
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