Registration: Real Experience. Real Success. Challenge.
Registration is open to all faculty wanting to integrate technology within their online or on ground courses. The challenge is meant to be a game and it is broken into three tasks: Digital Communication, Universal Design for Learning, and Assessment in Canvas and Beyond. Within each task is three levels of difficulty. Complete each level to unlock the next. Each time you complete a piece of instruction and the challenge, you’ll be given points. At the end of the semester, the winner will be given a special prize. The game begins September 3, 2019. Will you be ready?
If you have any questions, please email Brittany Weiss, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professional Learning Communities
Faculty Use of Service Learning Interest Survey
Dr. Julie Turner, Professor and Chair, Nonprofit Administration, is a participant in this year's Faculty Fellowship Program regarding effective adoption of serving learning practices and is seeking input from faculty interest in better integrating service learning into their courses on topics of interest.
Would you like to integrate more authentic, relevant, and research-based learning experiences into your courses? Are you an expert at designing highly engaging learning experiences and want to share your knowledge? At this meeting, we will discuss outcomes for the PLC, share resources, and begin thinking about projects to implement in your courses.
This semester, we will meet as a Professional Learning Community (PLC) to collaboratively think about how to design more meaningful and authentic learning experiences. The goal of this PLC is to provide the space and opportunity for faculty to come together and share ideas, while thinking innovatively about ways to engage our students. Specifically, we will consider how our current coursework can be revised or adapted to include more authentic, research-focused learning. This semester, we will focus on designing new learning experiences to be implemented in the fall.