Faculty-led Teaching Centers: Peer-to-Peer Leadership Strategies

Session Time and Location

Date:
Thu, 7 Jun 2018
Time:
Time:
9:45am to 10:45am
Room: Room:
Conference Center
Session Track
Session Format

Faculty-directed teaching centers have unique advantages and challenges as we seek to lead our campuses toward positive change. In this session, participants will explore models for faculty-led teaching centers, with an emphasis on identifying strategies for 1) “peer leadership” in faculty development, and 2) collaboration with administration or other campus units. Presenters will describe faculty-led centers at three different northern California universities. Additionally, this interactive session models several active learning tasks appropriate for undergraduate and graduate courses, as well as faculty development workshops.

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