Faculty Learning Communities
Faculty learning communities are made up of cross-disciplinary faculty who commit to a collaborative yearlong program. Faculty Learning Communities are about building community, and are not committee work. FLC members have a topic-specific curriculum and participate in facilitated scholarly activities (seminars, discussions) that provide enhanced teaching and learning experiences within the area of concern. The FLC provides a support structure and represents a sustained professional development opportunity.
FLC faculty have one deliverable: they create an individual, well-defined project, completed within one year. Final projects may include revised syllabi or new assignments. These are related to teaching and learning, publishable, reflective of qualitative and quantitative inquiry, and anchored in existing research on scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL).
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Call for participation
FLC for Chairs
The goal of this Faculty Learning Community is to support chairs as faculty leaders. This FLC is limited to 14 Chairs or Associate Chairs. Chairs will commit to a monthly curriculum and six meetings. See online application for more details.
Regular attendance by all faculty emails is critical to the success of an FLC. Makes sure you check your calendar and are available to attend all meetings. Fill out the online application. Participants will be notified by Friday, November 8. We begin Friday, November 15, 2013.
Deadline to apply is Friday, November 1, 2013