Faculty Learning Communities

November 3rd, 2016

In the exploration of teaching and learning pedagogy, connecting with colleagues is incredibly valuable. These conversations can generate new ideas, develop solutions for shared trials, and foster relationships across disciplines. The CTL offers ongoing Faculty Learning Communities which are designed to do just that.

These groups meet regularly, sometimes with consistent members, other times with new faculty stopping by. Ultimately, these communities establish safe spaces for faculty to learn peer-to-peer, to discuss challenges, and discover new strategies to use in the classroom.

For the 2016-2017 academic year, the Center for Teaching and Learning will offer faculty learning communities for instructors of large classes, faculty new to teaching or new to Brandeis, faculty passionate about the scholarship of teaching and learning, as well as for faculty involved with the instruction of foreign languages. These groups are led by Brandeis faculty.

You can learn more about the Faculty Learning Communities being offered, topics they address, and the faculty who lead these groups, by visiting the Center for Teaching and Learning website.

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