CTEL learning communities are ongoing discussion groups designed to promote thinking and discussion around a specific topic. Each semester, CTEL will identify several areas of focus based on cohorts, current trends in higher education, university goals and expectations, and faculty/staff interests and suggestions. Additional topics of interest can be added by contacting CTEL. Once convened, each learning community will be responsible for appointing a facilitator and establishing a meeting schedule and location. Bradley faculty and professional staff may participate in as many learning communities as they wish.
Following are CTEL’s learning community topics for the Fall 2014 semester:
- Classroom Strategies for Active Learning
- Course-embedded Assessment
- Department Chairs
- Faculty-Student Research
- Inquiry-based Learning
- Multi-disciplinary Integration
- New Faculty
- Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
- Teaching with Technology
- Writing in the College Classroom
- Faculty/Staff Well-being
To register for a Fall 2014 CTEL learning community, please contact Jana Hunzicker for more information at email@example.com.