Part-Time Instructor Pedagogy Award
The Part-Time Instructor Pedagogy Award goes to the part-time instructor who shows dedication to teaching and to the development of student learning.
2017 Award Winner
Ms. Marlena Salters is a term-to-term faculty member who teaches in the Business and Social Sciences department in Georgia State University’s Perimeter College on the Clarkston Campus. Ms. Salters was nominated by her associate chair for this award, and he described her as having a “tenacious spirit and dedication to student achievement” and as “invested in the success of the entire department, campus, and GSU community at large.” Further, her associate chair states, she consistently sets “high goals,” employing a “variety of teaching methods to inform and inspire” our students. Ms. Salters also focuses on her own professional development, attending numerous training sessions to add to her teaching skill set and presenting what she’s learned about teaching at a pedagogy conference.
Marlena Salters’ Bio >
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