a. Possesses the ability to utilize a variety of instructional delivery methods to improve student learning.
b. Embraces and utilizes emerging forms of pedagogy, where appropriate, such as team teaching, online teaching, interdisciplinary methods, active learning, etc.
c. Teaches students how to integrate, synthesize, and utilize information from various disciplines.
d. Teaches students information literacy skills and how to identify, locate, select, organize, evaluate, and present information appropriately.
e. Assists students in developing critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills, as well as critical analysis and thoughtful skepticism.
f. Encourages student interaction, collaboration, teamwork and cooperation in the learning process.
g. Demonstrates the ability to inspire student interest, curiosity, imagination, creativity, and love of learning.
h. Exhibits a love of learning.
i. Develops expertise in multiple areas over one's career as disciplines and industry change.
j. Demonstrates the ability to support different student learning styles and abilities.
k. Supports student development and success through curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular activities.
l. Embraces the emerging roles of faculty as facilitators, mentors, integrators, and decipherers of information and knowledge.