Faculty Learning Communities 2019 – 2020
Proposal Deadline: May 1, 2019
Faculty members who are interested in leading or co-leading a Faculty Learning Community during the 2019-2020 academic year should submit a proposal.
A Faculty Learning Community (FLC) is a group of actively engaged cross-disciplinary faculty who work together in a year-long program geared toward developing new teaching methods, exploring an issue related to teaching and learning, or redesigning a course or part of a course to improve the learning experience for students. An FLC can be topic based focused on an issue, concern, or opportunity. They can also be cohort-based, for instance, early career or mid-career faculty, or department chairs. Each community will have between 8 and 12 members.
The CITL Executive Board will review applications and select up to 4 learning communities based on the strength of their proposals for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Expectations of Facilitators
Each FLC is expected to share its work at the annual the Bay-to Bay-Symposium (2nd Friday in February) and at the CITL Week of Teaching at the beginning of the next academic year.
Leading Difficult Conversations
Faculty who teach Distance Learning Courses