Join a cross-disciplinary group of faculty and engage in an active, collaborative, semester-long program about enhancing teaching and learning. FLCs are teams of 8 to 10 faculty and members will engage in frequent seminars and activities that provide learning, development, and community building. Through participation in their community, faculty will build a product or plan in support of enhancing teaching and learning. FLC’s are facilitated by FCTL Faculty Fellows or staff and usually meet 5 times during the semester for a total of 10 contact hours. Members that successfully complete goals and objectives set by their community will be eligible for a $500 mini grant to extend their learning and implement their chosen project.
This community, led by Dr. Eric Nelson, will draw on our collective virtual teaching experiences over the past two years to rethink how blurring outside-of-class and face-to-face creates richer learning environments for our students. Topics include creating outcomes based learning ecosystems, preparing students for face-to-face teaching time, and learning by doing in digital and seated environments.
Please note that this is a series of sessions and you must register through My Learning Connection to be part of this Faculty Learning Community.