Preparations. No more than three (3) preparations per academic term shall be assigned unless such additional preparations are compensated in accordance with the formula contained in Article 25, Section B. Preparations shall be defined and assigned in accordance with the definition of preparation contained in Article 25, Section B. However, where an overload course(s) is assigned in accordance with subsection 1.a. above, the additional courses(s) assigned may carry an additional preparation(s).
Preparations a. Unless otherwise required by the appropriate administrator, no more than three different preparations per semester may be required of any instructor. Each division shall establish and/or maintain its established class selection policy, subject to approval by the appropriate administrator. Any changes in a full-time instructor's instructional program shall not occur until after consultation with the full-time instructor.
Preparations. When possible, without disrupting the normal class offerings, a maximum of three (3) separate class preparations may be assigned. A faculty member normally will not be assigned more than six (6) class preparations for classes of three (3) or more credits in an academic year. More than six (6) class preparations may be assigned with the approval of the individual instructor. When the number of preparations exceeds seven (7), the total credits assigned to the faculty member will be reduced by one (1) credit per each additional preparation.
Preparations a. No more than three (3) preparations per academic semester shall be assigned to a faculty member. Appropriate adjustments will be made for laboratory, studio, clinic, activity, performance groups and team taught courses which are offered for only a portion of a semester or are related to other lecture preparations.
Preparations. 9.5 Past practice in assigning the number of preparations to faculty employees shall be maintained, except that a contract or regular faculty employee shall be assigned no more than three preparations of classes of three or more units in any quarter unless the faculty employee agrees to accept additional preparations. However, one additional preparation may be assigned if the total of four such assignments is needed to complete the employee’s full annual load. (This section may be reopened by either party at any time.)
Preparations. No more than three (3) preparations (different courses) per academic semester, or five (5) per academic year, shall be assigned to a faculty member, except where a faculty member agrees to a different type of teaching assignment, or where program structure dictates otherwise (e.g., Dental Technology, Nursing, Kinesiology).
Preparations. 1. As required by the assets appraisal, arranging the application form of assets appraisal for the entrustee and the appraised enterprise and assisting the appraised enterprise for assets declaration;
Preparations. 5.11 Normally, instructional faculty members will not be assigned more than three different course preparations per semester for regular load assignments excluding overload assignments. The District and the Federation understand that different disciplines or other extenuating circumstances (e.g., necessity to maintain full-time faculty load or to preserve programs) may require different numbers of preparations. The assignment of a course in a distance education modality is a separate preparation from the same course in a face to face modality.
Preparations. In recognition of the need to meet, through careful teaching and planning, individual differences represented in any given grouping of students, assignments will be made wherever possible in a manner which keeps to a minimum the number of different subject matter areas for which preparation must be made. Every effort will be made to balance the number of preparations required of middle school foreign language teachers.
Preparations. At the secondary level, it shall be the general practice to assign teachers no more than three (3) preparations. Where it is necessary to assign more than three (3) preparations, such assignments shall be reasonable and equitable and in the best interests of the students' and teachers' needs. Such assignments shall be made in consultation with the teacher, and the following guidelines shall be the criteria for such assignments: