Join FCIP and the Center for Experiential Learning for a two-part series on rubrics. In Introduction to Rubrics, Part 1, you will learn about the importance of rubrics and their components. You will view a demonstration of how to assemble rubrics in LUC’s new learning portfolio platform, Digication. In Workshopping Your Rubric, Part 2, in small break out rooms, you will receive peer feedback on a rubric you share.
Part 1: October 7th- 2:30pm-3:30pm (CST)
Part 2: October 23rd 2:30pm-3:30pm (CST)
You can attend Part 2 without attending Part 1. LEARN MORE
Theme: Developing Pedagogy that Fosters Anti-Racism
What are some examples of pedagogies that foster anti-racism? How can LUC educators view their courses through an anti-racist lens? How can we develop teaching and learning practices that foster anti-racism? This spring’s Focus on Teaching and Learning Conference will address questions like these. Faculty will share examples of strategies and approaches they use to design learning experiences in ways that support anti-racist pedagogy. Sessions will be led by small groups of speakers. Staff from the Provost’s Office will share the latest on anti-racist initiatives that support anti-racist pedagogy.
FOTL will take place over Zoom on January 13-14 from 9am-12:30PM on both days.
If you are interested in being a speaker and sharing examples of what you do in the classroom at the Spring 2021 FOTL, please fill out the call for speakers form (below) by Friday, October 9, at 5PM CST. DETAILS
The August 2020 Focus on Teaching and Learning was held on August 13, 2020. This year's conference was held completely online and focused on questions of online teaching and learning. Recordings and edited chat transcripts of the sessions are now available. LEARN MORE
Share some virtual lunch with colleagues while you exchange ideas about what you can do to enhance student learning this semester. Each lunch and learn will begin with a brief presentation about the topic from a member of the FCIP team. Then, colleagues will be invited to engage in open discussion related to the topic. Depending on the size of the groups, break out rooms may be used.
Nominate a Loyola faculty member for one of the university wide teaching awards. Nominations are open now, and have been extended through the end of the summer due to COVID-19. We will be providing more information about the award timeline this fall. DETAILS