2013 FACULTY LEARNING COMMUNITIES - Click links below for description of each FLC:
Enhancing Student Performance in the Psychomotor Domain - http://www.oakland.edu/?id=25999&sid=431
SurPriSe: An Interdisciplinary FLC on Surveillance, Privacy and Security - http://www.oakland.edu/?id=26000&sid=431
GRASP - Grizzly Response : Awareness and Suicide Prevention - https://www.oakland.edu/?id=26002&sid=431
Connecting Learning Theory to Practice and Scholarship - http://www.oakland.edu/?id=26003&sid=431
Campus Engagement and Retention - http://www.oakland.edu/?id=26005&sid=431
Integration of Arts and Sciences - http://www.oakland.edu/?id=26004&sid=431
HOW TO APPLY?
Applications to participate must be submitted online by submitting an online proposal form. Deadline is January 15th, 2013.
WHAT IS A FACULTY LEARNING COMMUNITY?
An FLC is a cross disciplinary faculty group of 6-15 members engaging in a yearlong program to enhance teaching and learning. Their activities include frequent seminars and activities that provide learning, development, and community building. Participants typically engage in bi-weekly seminars and retreats and present results to the campus. FLCs increase faculty interest in teaching and provide an atmosphere which allows faculty to investigate new teaching methods.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Faculty, staff and graduate students are encouraged to apply to any of the Faculty Learning Communities.
Participants must commit to meeting on a regular basis with members of the group, typically twice a month. The days and times are pre-selected and participants must be able to participate for the full year.