PROE

Professional Recognition of Excellence (PROE)

PROE Elements Infographic

Pilot Program 

PROE (Professional Recognition of Excellence) is the SUNY Oneonta leadership program that recognizes faculty and staff leadership on campus for their contributions to building a culture of collaboration and a community of practice that fosters continuous professional growth.

Sharing of expertise

3 Explorer | One PD from each category

2 Innovator | Implement, share & specialize - four events from one category. 

1 Leader | Train, present & mentor 

 

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Elements

A: Empowered Educator (EE)

Continually improve practice by learning from and with others, and exploring proven or promising practices that leverage effective methods to improve student learning.

Example PD: Faculty Institute, Best Practices in Online Teaching and Learning, Common Read Workshop, Teaching Breakfast, OER Institute

B: Dynamic Leader (DL)

Seek out opportunities for leadership to support student empowerment and success and to improve teaching and learning.

Example PD: New Chair Workshops, TLTC Faculty Fellows, Mentor Training, SUNY SAIL

C: Engaged Citizen (EC)

Inspire others to positively contribute to and responsibly participate in the global environment.

Example PD: Teaching in the Age of Alt Facts & Fake News, Teaching Breakfast, Intergroup Dialogue

D: Constructive Collaborator (CC)

Dedicate time to collaborate with both colleagues and students to improve practice, discover and share resources and ideas, and solve problems.

Example PD: Mentor Program, Ed Tech Grants, GIMU, Faculty Book Talk

E: Innovative Designer (ID)

Design authentic learner-driven activities and environments that enhance student success and engagement, and that accommodate learner variability.

Example PD: Best Practices in Online Teaching and Learning, Instructional Design Principles, Effective Online Discussions, Problem-Based Learning, Applied Learning

F: Analytical Thinker (AT)

Understand and use data to drive instruction and support students in achieving their learning goals.

Example PD: Reading & Interpreting SPI Data, Data for Educational Design, Data Mining for Education

G: Professional Growth (PG)

Understand the personal career arc and the skills needed to be successful and accomplish goals.

Example PD: Chancellor's Award workshop, GDO Series, New Faculty Orientation, Write In/Grade In

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