Center For Teaching and Learning

Learning Communities

Faculty Learning Community (FLC)

Molly Broere, director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, leads the Faculty Learning Community. Faculty meet regularly to discuss topics such as classroom management, pedagogy, and best teaching practices. These meetings often include collegial sharing across disciplines and innovative teaching tips.

 

Works in Progress (WIP)

This learning community, usually led by a CTL faculty member, gets faculty together to read manuscripts (articles, dissertation chapters, etc.) and drafts of conference presentation papers. Faculty put forward a draft to read, noting areas of question or concern, and the rest of the group reads, makes notes, and gives feedback to help move the writer toward publication..

Student Learning Community (SLC)

The Student Learning Community meets weekly to strengthen skills for academic success. Some of the strategies discussed include goal setting, organization, and motivation. Faculty from the Center for Teaching and Learning lead these meetings, and all students are welcome to attend.

 

Write-In SEries (WISE) Workspace

While these workspaces are usually themed–Cookies and Capstones; Just Write, Write Now; Recipes for Revising–they are OPEN TO ALL. At WISE you’ll find space to get work done in a supportive and productive atmosphere. Stop in or stay awhile. Free cookies, and plenty of resources to help you get the job done!