Spring 2020 Registration
Faculty Learning Community Registration
Registration for spring 2020 has begun! We are excited to continue offering our wonderful general focus faculty learning communities, as well as several new faculty learning communities. Our theme this semester is focused on student engagement. We'll be using the resource Student Engagement Techniques: A Handbook for College Faculty to support our discussions. Additionally, the Chronicle of Higher Education has a useful advice guide on student engagement: How to Make Your Teaching More Engaging.
Please click on any of the links below to find out more information and to register for a FLC. You only need to register once and you are signed up for the semester.
If you'd like to look over the schedule in a table format, click here to access.
The FLC kick-off event will be on January 24th, from 9:00am-10:30am in SAGHA 202. Please join us (even if you haven't joined an FLC yet). RSVP HERE.
See you soon!
Please contact Sarah Grace with any questions.
General FLC: Chad Park & Paul Blowers - Monday, 9-10am *FULL* Focused (Online Teaching) Virtual FLC: Lindsay Hansen, Monday, 10-11am General FLC: Byron Hempel - Monday, noon- 1pm Focused (Learning to Learn) FLC - Sarah Grace & Dana Narter, Tuesday, 10 - 11am *FULL* Focused (Online Teaching) Virtual FLC: Laura Smith & Nicole Schmidt, Tuesday, 10-11am General FLC - Kate Bunton, Tuesday, 1-2pm General Virtual FLC - Erin Dokter, Tuesday, 3:00-4:00pm General FLC - Darin Knapp & Samantha Orchard, Wednesday, 11-noon Focused (Open Educational Resources) FLC/PLC - Cheryl Cuillier & Jennifer Ravia, Wednesday, noon-1pm General FLC - Tim Ottusch & Jessie Brown, Wednesday, 1-2pm Graduate Student Learning Community - Angela Kaczowka, Wednesday, 3:30-4:30pm Focused (New Faculty/New to FLC) FLC - Lisa Elfring, Thursday, noon-1pm Focused (Large Classes) Virtual FLC - Sarah Lavelle, Thursday, 4:00-5:00pm General FLC - Tom Wilson, Friday, 10:00-11:00am Focused FLC Inclusive Teaching - Mascha Gemein, Thursdays 12:30-1:30
If you have never tried FlipGrid, now is your chance to see if you like it, how you might use it in your teaching, and to discuss the newest book on evidence-based teaching practices.
To join the book club, please click here. The password is FLCbook. You can join any time and contribute when you have time.