Center for Excellence in Learning, Teaching, Scholarship and Service
Wednesday, October 12, 2022, 6-8pm, McCarthy Center Alumni Room and Zoom
FSU faculty members share their experiences using, adapting, and creating Open Educational Resources for STEM courses with an eye to improving equity in the classroom.
AANE (Asperger/Autism Network) Presentations
Additional Faculty Development and Opportunities outside of Framingham State University
You're invited to a new community of learning exploring Open Pedagogy in STEM.
Participants in this Learning Community will explore and discuss benefits, actionable strategies, and challenges to implementing Open Pedagogy, including socially-just pedagogical approaches. Pre-session work and session mini-workshops and discussions will focus on exploring Open pedagogy attributes where we create learning spaces that include (but not limited to): creating a community where all voices are valued, providing opportunities for autonomy and agency, fostering collaboration both within and outside the learning space, promoting a culture of peer-review, and encouraging reflective practice.
This 6-week Learning Community series is facilitated by Dr. Carlos Goller and Dr. Melanie Lenahan and supported by Dr. Kaitlin Bonner (on behalf of the RIOS Institute). Shared discussions, implementation strategies, and resources from these sessions will be used to build and create new curated materials to provide you success strategies as you move beyond this workshop. In the true spirit of Open, registration to participate in this Learning Community is free and all are welcome to join. However, registration is required to ensure that you have access to all of the session materials and resources.
- Meeting times: Wednesdays, 2:00-3:30 pm (EST) on Zoom
- Dates: October 5th - November 9th.
- Registration is due by October 3rd. (Register here: https://forms.gle/TBKVvTSkkPXJiavm6)
Looking for Funding for Diversity Initiatives? The Inclusive Excellence Funds webpage contains important information including proposal deadlines, as well as links to a funding guide with frequently asked questions, a blank “practice” application, and the Qualtrics form to submit your online application. If you have any questions, please contact Eric Nguyen, Director of the Center for Inclusive Excellence, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On behalf of the Office of Grants and Sponsored Research, interested in some external funding? Fill out the Faculty Interest Form.
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