Learning Communities

Proposing a Learning Community at the Center for Faculty Excellence.

The Center For Faculty Excellence sponsors 11 interdisciplinary Faculty Learning Communities each year. Communities are generally proposed by faculty members with an interest in a topic related to teaching and learning. As a result of participation in the community, members are expected to produce "deliverables" such as specific and measurable changes to pedagogy, course redesigns, assignment redesigns, resource materials, and so on.

The proposal process generally begins in early May and extends through the end of that month. The CFE will notify facilitators about the status of their proposals and will begin to solicit members. To run, a community must have a minimum of 8 members. The maximum number of members is 10. Applications are due by August 22nd. LC facilitators will select and notify members and will establish specific meeting dates for the community. The community should meet from 6 to 8 times per semester. For more information about facilitating a learning community see the following link.

Learning Communities.

Active Learning and The Transition to Digital

Creating a Community of Care

Curating the Digital: Providing Critical Contexts for the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

Practicing Diversity and Social Justice at BGSU Firelands (Firelands)

Efficient (and Effective!) Techniques for Faculty

Fostering Students Digital Literacy Habits with Guidewire

Strategies for Teaching Effectively in a Large Classroom

Promoting and Assessing Oral Proficiency in World Languages

You Think What?! Student Misconceptions in STEM

Service Learning, Faculty Learning Community