Ohio University

Faculty Learning Community

Overview

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What is a Faculty Learning Community?

A Faculty Learning Community (FLC) is a faculty group that meets and provide encouragement, support, and reflection on teaching and learning issues. In addition, faculty will investigate, question, explore, and apply new or different teaching methods.

 

How does it work?

Each FLC meeting focuses on a question or a topic in teaching and learning. The group members collectively share their knowledge and skills. The Office of Faculty Learning, Development and Scholarship (OFLDS) will facilitate the sessions.

Interested?

Send an email to HCOM-FacultyLearning@ohio.edu or register here (just your name and email). Office of Faculty Learning, Development and Scholarship (OFLDS) will send you a short article about the topic and an outlook calendar invitation with location.

Upcoming FLC meeting

Time: Thursdays 12 – 1 p.m.
March 28 – Team Teaching
April 25 – Student Engagement Techniques
May 30 – Teaching with Technology