Faculty Learning Community Program
2014-2015

The Faculty Learning Communities (FLC) for the 2014-2015 academic year will be announced to the faculty later in the year.

Leaders will receive a stipend of $2,500 and participants will receive a stipend ($1000 full-year) for active participation in the FLC and upon fulfilling all FLC expectations. These expectations include attendance/participation in at least 80% of all group meetings and work, attendance/participation in the end-of-year FLC luncheon, submission of an end-of-year report documenting individual outcomes and results for the FLC’s project(s), and completion of the end-of-year feedback survey. For questions please contact Dr. Ed Pratt at epratt2@fau.edu or 7-1171 or Dr. Jennifer Bebergal at bebergal@fau.edu or 7-2432.

Past FLCs

Fall 2013 - Spring 2014

* QEP-funded FLC

 
Fall 2012 - Spring 2013
Developing Dual-Numbered Upper Division Undergraduate/Lower Division Graduate Courses, Daniel T. de Lill – Facilitator
Getting the Wizard of Oz into the Undergraduate Curriculum, Stephen Engle – Facilitator
Participating in the Distinction Through Discovery QEP: (Re) Visioning Undergraduate Curricula to Promote Scholarly Inquiry and Research , Jennifer Peluso - Facilitator
Taking your Classroom into the Field: Co-Curricular Studies, Jeffrey Morton – Facilitator
Teaching Online Courses for Creativity and Critical Thinking, Carol Gould – Facilitator

Fall 2011 - Spring 2012
Active Learning Across the Curriculum
Assessment Procedures, Strategies, and Challenges in an eLearning Environment

Research, Creative and Scholarly Activities into the Undergraduate Curriculum*
Teaching High-Ability Students*
Why and How to Transition to Student-Focused Teaching

Note: * This FLC is being conducted in conjunction with the university Quality Enhancement Program in compliance with SACS reaccreditation requirements. As such, the work produced by this FLC will be included in the compliance reporting for SACS reaccreditation. Participants in all QEP-related FLCs will meet periodically throughout the year to assess their work and contribute to QEP planning.

Fall 2010 - Spring 2011
Advance Topics Online Teaching/Learning  
Academic Service-Learning 
Assessment Technologies and Strategies 
Application of Problem Based Learning and Case Based Reasoning to Undergraduate Education 
Cultivating and Supporting Original Undergraduate Research 
Quantitative Reasoning across the Curriculum 
Using Teaching Technology in the Hybrid Course 

Fall 2009 - Spring 2010
Academic Services Learning

Analytic Reflection in the Arts, Humanities, and Social & Natural Sciences
Critical Thinking
Ethics and Values Across the Curriculum
Inquiry Based Learning in Classroom Teaching
Sustainable Pedagogy
Teaching Large Lecture Classes

Spring 2009 - Fall 2009
Analytic Reflection in the Arts, Humanities, and Social & Natural Sciences 
Challenges and Opportunities in Online Teaching/Learning 
Coordinating Multi-Section Courses in Lower-Division Mathematics
Technology-Enhanced Learning


Summer 2009 - Fall 2009
Developing Student Oral Communication Skills

Spring 2009 - Summer 2009
Utilizing Technology to Support Student Learning in Distance Education

Fall 2008 - Spring 2009
Academic Service Learning 

 Last Modified 5/20/14