Faculty Development Programs!
Faculty development programs (FDPs) have proven to be successful for improving teaching skills in higher education. FDPs produce promising outcomes in the learning and teaching practices and recommended that teachers in higher education should attend FDP training activities on regular basis and that the scope of planned FDPs should extend beyond the regular teaching discipline, to include social skills necessary for collaboration, professional growth as well as management, and leadership abilities.
Faculty members need to be prepared enough by some sort of a faculty development program (FDP) in order to deal with the rapid changes and shifting paradigms in technical education. Without such training, teaching is often reduced to instructors presenting their understanding of the subject by one-way lecturing.
Computer Science and IT
Electrical and Electronics
Marketing and Management
A speaker system.
One/Two LCD projectors for presentation.
Two cordless mike (One Collar mike preferred).
A lecture hall having sufficient seating arrangement.
At least one faculty coordinator for conducting the FDP smoothly.
A laptop/PC (with a minimum of 2 GB RAM, 100 GB HDD, Intel i3+ processor) in a group or individually.