The Teagle-funded GLCA Lattice for Pedagogical Research and Practice takes a communal, multi-college approach to faculty development through: a cadre of Teagle Pedagogy Fellows that will travel to our member colleges in a series of Colloquies on Pedagogical Research and Practice; peer-reviewed Research-Based Alternative Pedagogy Projects; and a Digital Communication Network that allows for timely and substantive follow-up of campus engagements while providing convenient venues for interaction among faculty engaged in the exploration of alternative pedagogies as a form of scholarly research.
In creating a more visible and interactive cohort of faculty members who share an interest in strengthening teaching across our colleges, the program creates an environment that encourages more faculty members to engage in forms of professional practice that broaden the accepted domain of faculty work.
An important foundation for the GLCA Lattice for Pedagogical Research and Practice was the earlier Teagle-funded program called the GLCA Pathways to Learning Collegium, which provided support to 20 faculty-led pedagogical research projects to explore alternative pedagogies for particular courses and compare student learning results to those from more familiar teaching methods. Click here
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Summary Description General Program Description Request for Proposals
Teagle Pedagogy Fellows Selective Annotations of Research on Learning and Pedagogy
Summary of Key Themes from Campus Colloquies