Faculty Learning Community (FLC)
Faculty in the Center for Teaching and Learning lead Faculty Learning Communities with different focuses. 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. For Fall 2020 and Spring 2021, these meetings are held virtually and recorded. Contact CTL for topics covered and to view recordings of past sessions.
Remote Teaching Faculty Learning Community
This community meets biweekly via Zoom on Wednesdays from 4:20-5:20 PM (Central Time) . Each meeting is themed on topics such as tools and strategies for the remote classroom, designing and developing online tests, collecting and responding to student feedback, and metaphysical sharing. Requests are welcomed! Each session is led by one or more CTL faculty members, who invite other faculty to share their expertise. For session recordings, contact email@example.com.
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..