Faculty learning communities
A learning community is a peer led cross-disciplinary group of 10-12 participants that meet regularly to look at topics of shared interest in an in-depth, ongoing, scholarly and systematic manner. LC members delve into research and experiences in their common area of inquiry, then can design and pursue individual or group projects that require them to apply and test new ideas and information about student learning.
Evidence shows that faculty learning communities provide
effective “deep learning” that encourages and supports faculty to investigate,
attempt, assess, and adopt new methods of teaching. Consider joining a faculty learning community, memberships are now open.
These Faculty Learning Communities are seeking new members:
Active Learning: Strategies for Developing & Implementing Active Learning Methods
International Student Inclusion & Support