The Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning (VPTL) promotes and advances the vibrant, intellectual endeavor of teaching and learning at Stanford. VPTL collaborates with faculty and departments to enrich the depth and range of Stanford learning experiences. We leverage digital technology to make Stanford research and scholarship more broadly accessible beyond campus. And we support the growing interest in extended educational programs, which provide meaningful learning opportunities to additional audiences around the world.
The Associate Director, Faculty and Lecturer Programs works under the general direction of the Director, Faculty and Lecturer Programs or other management to develop, implement, and administer the vision, strategy, and goals of VPTL's teaching development and learning programs continually assessing needs and appropriately initiating, maintaining, or expanding relevant, general and discipline-specific resources on teaching and learning. As a member of a highly collaborative VPTL professional team, this person contributes to a broad range of campus teaching and learning efforts, with specific management responsibility for selected programs and projects. Partnerships will be with departments, programs and schools.
The Associate Director will guide and mentor the work of part-time VPTL lecturer and graduate student consultants and mentors-in-teaching program, and as relevant, professional and part-time staff.
Assume primary vision, program management, and oversight responsibility for one or more selected major program(s) for faculty and graduate teaching programs. Includes budget responsibility.
Develop, implement and evaluate educational offerings and create and/or disseminate materials in collaboration with colleagues across VPTL that are specialized to the disciplinary needs of instructors, TAs, and students, and serve broader audiences. Teach pedagogy courses and workshops in the teaching development programs.
Develop partnerships with departments and university-wide office to leverage existing and create new opportunities to design and build new programs for faculty and TAs to extend VPTL's pedagogical outreach through distributed campus networks, train-the-trainer efforts, and partnerships.
Collaborate with VPTL colleagues and departments to ensure that the experiences of Stanford students inform course design and pedagogical decisions.
Offer one-on-one instructional support to instructors such as conduct mid-quarter and other formative assessments of teaching, and class room observations, and teaching with technology.
Participate in long-term planning, working with the Director of Faculty Programs and Sr. management to design and implement unified programs/services that expand VPTL's impact and ensure effective campus engagement with research-based teaching and learning practices.
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