The Division of Academic and Student Affairs, the Institute for Teaching and Learning and the Center for the Advancement of Instruction in Quantitative Reasoning provide an array of opportunities to support student success in first-year general education math/quantitative reasoning and written communication courses.
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The Campus's Role: Introducing Students to the Campus and the Campus to the Students
The Instructors' Role: Building Engagement and Community in a Remote Environment
The Student's Role: Engaging in Synchronous and Asynchronous Communities
The Academy of Inquiry Based Learning, directed by Dr. Stan Yoshinobu at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, will offer its summer workshop virtually this July. The workshop is designed for faculty new to, or wanting to learn more about, inquiry-based learning. Faculty from two-year colleges and primarily undergraduate institutions are the target audience, although all interested faculty are welcome. Non-tenure track faculty are also encouraged to attend this virtual workshop. Two days (Monday and Wednesday)will involve synchronous learning, and the two other days (Tuesday and Thursday) will be devoted mostly to individual work time with check ins. The Academy has been offering workshops in several US cities with funding from the National Science Foundation for many years now. The workshops bring faculty from many institutions and many levels together for inquiry-driven, transformative professional learning.