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Tuesday, January 11, 2022 - Winter Workshop

All-day event with special guest keynote speaker Saundra McGuire and faculty-lead workshops!

Fall 2021 Calendar
Day Date Time Event Location Zoom
M 8/30/21 10:00 AM Idea Exchange - Structuring Your Course with Flexibility for the New Normal Knight 6060 Join us!

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9/20/21

  FLC Applications Due (see below)    

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9/30/21

1:00 FLC - Cognitive Neuroscience Meeting 1 Knight 5579  
F 10/1/21 12:00 PM DEI Lunch & Learn - Hispanic Heritage Month - Betty Francisco   Register here
M 10/4/21 2:00 PM Information Session on Teaching Excellence Grants Knight 5579 Join us!
T 10/5/21 12:30 PM Information Session on Teaching Excellence Grants Flanagan 2362

Join us!

Passcode: 777322
R 10/7/21 1:00 FLC - Cognitive Neuroscience Meeting 2 Knight 5579  
W 10/20/21 12:00 PM Finding Your Match: Understanding the Faculty Position in Various Institutional Contexts   Register Here
R 10/21/21 1:00 FLC - Cognitive Neuroscience Meeting 3 Knight 5579  
M 11/1/21 11:30 AM CCRI Reads! Small Discussion Group   Register Here
T 11/2/21 12:00 PM CCRI Reads! Small Discussion Group   Register Here
M 11/8/21 3:00 PM CCRI Reads! Small Discussion Group   Register Here
W 11/10/21 1:00 PM CCRI Reads! Small Discussion Group   Register Here
R 11/18/21 1:00 FLC - Cognitive Neuroscience Meeting 4 KN 5579  
R 12/2/21 1:00 FLC - Cognitive Neuroscience Meeting 5 KN 5579  
F 12/3/21   Teaching Excellence Grant Applications Due    
F 12/3/21 11:00 Idea Exchange - Learner-Centered Teaching KN 6004 Join us!
F 12/10/21   Celebration and Announcement of Award and Grant recipients    

Teaching Excellence Grants

CTE invites applications for two $5000 grants to full-time faculty members. The CTE Teaching Excellence Grant will support projects to make teaching and learning more excellent, specifically in the areas of:

  • Student retention strategies
  • Supporting student success
  • Active learning strategies
  • Infusing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the curriculum

Learn more and apply here.

What is an FLC?

A Faculty Learning Community (FLC) is a group of 6-12 faculty members from various divisions and departments who work together to learn together, enhance their teaching and learning, and build a community (Cox, 2004). The goal of this FLC is to learn about cognitive neuroscience as it relates to learning, consider how to relate this knowledge to our courses, and apply this new knowledge to support students' learning in a supportive environment.

Faculty who participate fully in the FLC will be awarded a stipend from CTE to compensate for their time and effort.