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Teaching & Learning Commons

 

This website is stewarded by the Teaching & Learning Commons which serves as a catalyst, collaborator, connector, communicator and coordinator for teaching, learning and scholarship at KPU.

Find professional development opportunities, get the latest news and tips, share your own updates and experiences, read others' experiences, and get the details about exciting initiatives for KPU educators that are underway.

 

Scholarship, Funding, Awards & Leadership

Scholarly Inquiry Grants (SIGs)
Want to try a new approach, learning technology, tools in your field, etc., in your teaching and to observe the results? Need a research assistant to help you with the literature review, data collection and analyzing the data? Need some funds to present your inquiry project? Apply for a Scholarly Inquiry Grant (SIG) for up to $2k to innovate and inform your teaching practice. Grants are available 3x a year. Next Deadline: Feb 15 | Info

Award, Funding and Leadership Opportunities
Additional opportunities for KPU educators are listed on the T&L Scholarship, Funding and Awards page.

 

Events

Oct 5 / 2018
Conversations about the redesigned K-12 Curriculum: What can KPU faculty expect

Sorry, this session is cancelled. Please check the T&LC event calendar for additional dates.

Jul 27 / 2018
Open Educational Resources

Hosted by Leeann Waddington, Manager, Learning Technology & Educational Media.

11/21/2018 - 09:00 to 10:00
Open Educational Resources

Hosted by Leeann Waddington, Manager, Learning Technology and Educational Media.

11/21/2018 - 09:30 to 11:00
BOOTCAMP Facilitation 101

Wondering about how to facilitate increased student engagement in your classroom? Struggling to successfully engage a diverse community of students in dialogue?

11/22/2018 - 09:30 to 11:00
BOOTCAMP Facilitation 101

Wondering about how to facilitate increased student engagement in your classroom? Struggling to successfully engage a diverse community of students in dialogue?