CTL Faculty Learning Circles

Faculty Learning Circles: Self-Directed Professional Development through Research and Collaboration

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Faculty Learning Circles are small groups of faculty who agree to meet regularly and study a topic related to their disciplines or to the scholarship of teaching and learning. Research has found that peer learning communities are a highly effective form of professional development.  Faculty participating in faculty learning communities are more likely to implement a change that results in academic gains for students.  Additional benefits include reduced isolation of instructors and a renewed sense of professional commitment and enthusiasm.

View this slide presentation for more information and ideas about starting your own Faculty Learning Circle: Faculty Learning Circles at CNM

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