Faculty Development

Academic Affairs Division

Chancellor’s Learning Scholars

Chancellor's Learning Scholars

The Chancellor’s Learning Scholars (CLSs) are representatives from each institution in the University System of Georgia (USG) who facilitate Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs) on their campuses.

FLCs are designed to give small groups of faculty (typically 8-10) the opportunity to engage in sustained, meaningful conversations about teaching and learning with supportive colleagues from across campus. Members will meet regularly throughout the length of the program as they explore areas of interest, leading to changes in their teaching practice.

At the end of the program, each CLS and FLC participant should be able to point to a change or innovation they have made in their classroom or on their syllabus to an assignment, activity, or course material as a result of their participation in the FLC.

CLS Coffee Breaks

Coffee Break: Final Projects
Coffee Break: Answers about stipends and expenses

Resources from the 2020 Kickoff Meeting

Welcome and Overview

Webinar recording
CLS Kick-off Introduction Presentation slides

Facilitating Your FLC

Webinar recording
Facilitating your FLC slides
CLS Toolkit 2020

2020 Webinar Series

Summer 2020 Webinar Series
Fall 2020 Webinar Series

Resources from the 2019 Kickoff Meeting

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FLC Overview and Support Materials

Workshop Materials from CLS Kick-off Meeting

Brain-based Learning
Transparency in Learning and Teaching (TiLT)
High-Impact Practices (HIPs)
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Resources from the 2018 Kickoff Meeting

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FLC Overview and Support Materials

Faculty Learning Communities Overview (PPT)

FLC Toolkit (doc)

Editable recruitment flyer (PPT)

Sample application form (doc)

Workshop Materials from CLS Kick-off Meeting

Galle, Momentum through Chancellors Learning Scholars.pptx

Mindset Workshop (PPT)

USG Inclusive Pedagogy Workshop (PPT)

Small Teaching Workshop (PPT)

Course Design Workshop (PPT)

OER-Enabled Pedagogy