Faculty Teaching & Learning Communities

Join a CETL Faculty Teaching & Learning Community to meet faculty with similar interests and participate at the forefront of educational discussion at the university. Communities will receive $100 of professional development funding per member to put toward community goals and will meet 9 or more times during the 2016-2017 academic year.

Digital Literacy Across the Curriculum

Facilitated by: Robin Wharton (English) and Jeremy Brazas (Math & Stats)
This community is open to all GSU faculty.

Changing your Students’ Minds: Student Motivation and Self-Efficacy

Facilitated by: Betty Lai (Epidemiology & Biostats)
This community is open to all GSU faculty.

Exploring Adaptive and Personalized Learning

Facilitated by: Toby Bolsen and Mike Evans (Political Science)
This group is open only to faculty involved in the APLU Adaptive Learning Courseware grant and other interested GSU faculty.

Surviving & Enjoying Your First Year of Teaching

Facilitated by: Laura Carruth (CETL Director)
This Faculty-TaLC is for new (or fairly new) instructors. The topics will be determined by the Faculty-TaLC members and may include developing and evaluating classroom activities, technology in the classroom, writing and assessing student learning outcomes, how to prepare for promotion and/or tenure, how to document teaching effectiveness, campus employee wellness programs, mentoring, work/life balance.

Meeting frequency: 1-1.5 hrs every three to four weeks as decided by the Faculty-TaLC members.Register 

Problem-Based Learning in STEM Education at Perimeter College

Facilitated by: John Weber (Math)
This community is open to STEM faculty from the Perimeter College campuses at GSU.

Part-time Instructor Learning Community at Perimeter College

This community is open to part-time teaching faculty members from the Perimeter College campuses at GSU.