New England Faculty Development Consortium

The Exchange

The Exchange

The Exchange, the biannual publication of the New England Faculty Development Consortium, is designed to provide a forum for members to publish work and exchange ideas related to our shared endeavor of enhancing faculty development and teaching effectiveness. We are particularly happy to receive articles about practical ideas and innovative programs related to teaching and faculty development. We will also publish reviews of books, films and software, notices of local or state-based faculty or teaching development opportunities, and updates on campus-based initiatives or ideas that may prove useful to members. Subscriptions are free to members of the NEFDC.

Current Issue

Spring 2019 Exchange (click to open and download)

  • President’s Message
  • Social and Emotional Learning, The Key To College Success
  • 3-C’s For Technology Integration: Coordination, Collaboration, And Co-Construction
  • Using Screencast Technology To Assess And Improve Student Writing: Research And Effectiveness
  • The Classroom as Practice
  • Career-Focused First-Year Seminars: Preparing Students For Success
  • NEFDC Board Members 2018-19

Call for Article Submissions – Special Issue of The Exchange – Education in the Age of Anxiety

Article submissions are now being accepted for a special issue of The Exchange related to our spring conference theme of Education in the Age of Anxiety. Submissions by presenters at our Spring 2019 conference are welcome and we highly encourage new submissions on topics such as:

• Anxiety across disciplines such as math, science, writing, reading
• Assisting students, faculty, and staff with stress
• Neurodiversity, learning differences, and executive functioning
• Learning disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Universal Design and creating accessible and effective learning environments
• Teaching and learning in higher education in a time of increasing diagnoses of anxiety
• Topics related to faculty support and faculty development
• Teaching tips and general classroom management strategies
• Backwards design, learning outcomes, and/or assessment of learning

Submissions are due September 15, 2019 to the Editor, Lori Rosenthal, and will be blind reviewed by NEFDC board members.

All submissions should adhere to the specific guidelines for submission of articles:
Guidelines for submission to The Exchange

The Exchange Editor:
Lori Rosenthal, PhD.
Phone: 617-243-2074