Current Faculty Learning Community opportunities
Grab your lunch and join us for the October 2016 CETL Brown Bag luncheon
Universal Design: Helping All Students Succeed,
Thursday, October 6th, Clarke 378, 12 noon -1 PM.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles encompass three primary design techniques that facilitate the learning process for all learners, including those with learning disabilities. The workshop is being facilitated by Dr. Melissa Brydon, Associate Professor of Graduate Education at CCLS and the Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) policy implementation coordinator. All attendees will have the option of receiving a digital attendance badge for sharing on social media and similar sites.
Faculty Learning Communities archive
What is a Faculty Learning Community (FLC)?
Faculty Learning Communities are groups of faculty and/or staff from all disciplines engaging in a collaborative program to promote learning, professional development, transdisciplinarity, the scholarship of teaching and learning, and community building. FLCs also support Goal #3 of the Provost's 2016-19 Academic Affairs plan to "Develop opportunities for faculty participation in intellectual conversations and academic pursuits."
Help us "take back the academy" while fostering a greater appreciation and understanding of methods that assist our student's success in the classroom.