Section VIII - Faculty & Instruction


Instruction - Instruction

To state the College’s primary instructional objective and some of the roles of department heads and associate deans for instructional programs

The primary objective of the College is to provide a learning environment which promotes active learning so students can maximize their general knowledge and/or technical skills, while developing professional attributes necessary to succeed in today’s workplace. It is the responsibility of each instructor to do all he/she can to help students develop wholesome professional attitudes and the highest possible degree of knowledge and skill.

Classes will be visited by the appropriate supervisor. In most cases this will be the responsibility of the department head or the appropriate associate dean. The purpose of class visitation is to evaluate classroom instruction. Instructional methodology is to be competent, effective, and appropriate to the academic discipline. The department head and the appropriate associate dean are available for consultation concerning matters of instruction.


Adopted: 04/15/1999

Revised: 01/17/2008, 07/16/2009, 07/14/2011