Faculty Learning Communities
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Faculty who participate in Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs) report increases in student engagement and student achievement.
A few of the advantages and benefits of Faculty Learning Communities:
- Stimulate innovation and create experiential, collaborative learning environments.
- Increase collaboration and make the best use of limited funding.
- Provide a flexible professional development structure to support learning of any topic — instructional technology, cultural competency, the scholarship of teaching and learning — necessary to keep faculty up-to-date with changes in student demographics and an evolving higher education culture.
- Increase communication and collaboration among faculty who, by the nature of their work in individual classrooms, are often isolated from colleagues.
Faculty Learning Communities Scholarly Works
2012 Faculty Learning Communities Project Evaluation
Contacts: Stanford T. Goto, Western Washington University; Maureen Pettitt, Skagit Valley College; Benjamin Moll, Corban University.
Assessment of Faculty Learning Communities: Considering Social Dimensions of Participant Choice
Contacts: Paul Marshall, Everett Community College; Stanford T. Goto, Western Washington University; Shannon Gaule, Western Washington University
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