Faculty Learning Communities

(DEMO CONTENT) Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs) are cohorts of 8-12 faculty who meet regularly over the course of a semester or year to engage in collaboration and discussion about teaching and learning (based on a specific theme or topic). Each spring faculty have the opportunity to propose a theme for a faculty learning community. Once the FLCs themes for the year are determined, there is an application for participation in a particular FLC. These cohorts bring together a multidisciplinary group of faculty who are interested in exploring the challenges of teaching and in finding ways to improve student learning at TRU.  (For more info LINK to FLC website)

Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs) are cohorts of 8-12 faculty who meet regularly over the course of a semester or year to engage in collaboration and discussion about teaching and learning (based on a specific theme or topic). Each spring faculty have the opportunity to propose a theme for a faculty learning community. Once the FLCs themes for the year are determined, there is an application for participation in a particular FLC. These cohorts bring together a multidisciplinary group of faculty who are interested in exploring the challenges of teaching and in finding ways to improve student learning at TRU.  (For more info LINK to FLC website)

The Center for Teaching Excellence facilitates a number of communities for full time and part time faculty. These communities provide opportunities for faculty to explore new methods. The New Faculty Teaching Enhancement Program is for full time faculty where as the Part-Time Education Program is for part time faculty.

Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs) are cohorts of 8-12 faculty who meet regularly over the course of a semester or year to engage in collaboration and discussion about teaching and learning (based on a specific theme or topic). Each spring faculty have the opportunity to propose a theme for a faculty learning community. Once the FLCs themes for the year are determined, there is an application for participation in a particular FLC. These cohorts bring together a multidisciplinary group of faculty who are interested in exploring the challenges of teaching and in finding ways to improve student learning at TRU.  (For more info LINK to FLC website)

The Center for Teaching Excellence facilitates a number of communities for full time and part time faculty. These communities provide opportunities for faculty to explore new methods. The New Faculty Teaching Enhancement Program is for full time faculty where as the Part-Time Education Program is for part time faculty.

Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs) are cohorts of 8-12 faculty who meet regularly over the course of a semester or year to engage in collaboration and discussion about teaching and learning (based on a specific theme or topic). Each spring faculty have the opportunity to propose a theme for a faculty learning community. Once the FLCs themes for the year are determined, there is an application for participation in a particular FLC. These cohorts bring together a multidisciplinary group of faculty who are interested in exploring the challenges of teaching and in finding ways to improve student learning at TRU.  (For more info LINK to FLC website)