Show simple item record BrckaLorenz, A. Yuhas, B. Stupnisky, R. H. 2019-09-18T20:23:35Z 2019-09-18T20:23:35Z 2017-10-27
dc.description Presented at the 2017 Professional and Organizational Development Network Annual Conference in Montreal, ON, Canada.
dc.description.abstract Understanding faculty motivations for teaching can provide a powerful window into what encourages instructors to do the work of teaching. We administered a brief survey developed from self-determination theory to instructional staff at nineteen institutions across the country. These survey items investigated faculty experiences and motivations for teaching. The results varied by race and discipline, among other factors, and we will give an overview of our findings in this session. Discussion will focus on how these findings can inform faculty development and hiring practices. This session was a recipient of the 2017 Robert J. Menges Award for Outstanding Research in Educational Development.
dc.publisher Professional and Organizational Development Network Annual Conference
dc.subject FSSE
dc.subject faculty
dc.subject faculty motivation
dc.title Why do we teach? Examining faculty teaching experiences and motivation
dc.type Presentation

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