Faculty & Staff Resources
Hostos faculty and staff can find information on programs and departments that assist them in the pursuit of teaching, research, funding, and administrative responsibilities.
Faculty Orientation New Faculty Orientation is a continuing introductory activity for all new faculty hired at the college. Welcome New Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning through New Faculty Orientation emphasizes the power of career…
Microlearning is a teaching strategy where educational material is delivered in manageable, bite-sized portions that are simple to comprehend and remember.
Professional Development @ Hostos
Professional Development at Hostos Community College is a program designed to provide ongoing learning opportunities for faculty and staff.
Professional Development Beyond Hostos
Professional development opportunities are not limited to just Hostos Community College and can be found in many different forms outside of the college.
Hostos Teaching Institute
The Hostos Teaching Institute is a professional development program developed by the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Office of Academic Affairs to promote continuous improvement and the advancement of faculty pedagogical approaches in order to foster teaching excellence and innovation.
The Teaching Day program is an initiative designed to support and enhance the teaching and learning experience at Hostos CC. It provides an opportunity for faculty to come together to share their teaching practices and strategies, learn from one another, and explore new and innovative teaching methods. During the program, faculty members have the opportunity to attend workshops and presentations led by experts in the field of education, as well as participate in roundtable discussions and networking opportunities. Topics of discussion include the use of technology in the classroom, active learning strategies, assessment and evaluation, and inclusive teaching practices. Teaching Day is a valuable resource for faculty to stay up-to-date on the latest teaching strategies and practices, and to develop new skills and knowledge to improve their teaching and student learning outcomes.