Perception of faculty members regarding faculty development programme (FDP) at Katihar Medical College
Keywords:Development, Faculty, Programme, Workshops
Faculty Development is commonly used to describe activities and programmes designed to improve instruction with respect to both teaching and learning. Recently Academic Development has been used in literature to refer to development activities and programs that more fully address the multiple roles of faculty. Over a number of years, faculty developers have worked as researchers investigating various aspects of teaching and learning development in higher education. Major universities throughout the United States have faculty development programs usually coordinated by a campus wide teaching center. Workshops and learning communities should be open to both new and experienced faculty members. A survey was undertaken by the Medical Education Unit of Katihar Medical College to assess the awareness of faculty members towards the changing trends in medical education.
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