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Faculty learning communities (FLCs) are small, peer-led groups of faculty who come together to discuss particular teaching topics, issues, or practices. The CTE currently offers FLCs focused on:
Learn more about each learning communtiy through the links in the sidebar.
Specifications Grading Faculty Learning Community
This learning community ran in Fall 2021 and supported instructors interested in exploring and adopting an alternative grading approach called specifications grading.
SoTL Faculty Learning Community: Evaluating Student Learning
This learning community ran in Summer 2021 and explored the SoTL literature on evaluating learning. Participants:
Community-Engaged Faculty Learning Community
This learning community took place in Fall 2020 and explored the unique challenges and opportunities of community-engaged teaching in an online environment. The online medium required us to reimagine how we teach, what we teach, and, in some cases, even why we teach. Community-engaged faculty also had to reenvision relationships with their students and their community partners in ways that proved to be both extraordinarily challenging and surprisingly rewarding. This learning community offered a space for dialogue and brainstorming around these issues.
This learning community preceded our Community-Engaged Teaching Scholars program.
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