Community of Practice - Sustainability Curriculum
CTLT's Communities of Practice (CoP) provide connections and shared expertise for groups of individuals with common goals and similar challenges. Communities of Practice are distinguished by three characteristics. Members (1) share a domain of interest, (2) engage in activities and discussions to share information and develop relationships, and (3) develop a repertoire of resources, experiences, tools and methods to enhance their practice. Membership requires only active participation and constructive contributions to the community. Regular gatherings are informal and lightly facilitated to offer opportunities for connecting with others and learning to become a better practitioner.
- Advancing sustainability education on campus
- Being a contributing author on a peer-reviewed journal article
- Building a secondary area of research expertise
- Contributing university service
- Practicing use of qualitative methodologies
For more information please attend the next meeting on Friday, January 19 from 2-4 pm in 33-285 or contact Brian Pompeii at email@example.com .
- Open to all Cal Poly educators (faculty and staff)
- Membership is achieved simply by providing your contact information so that you can be be informed of activities. Participation is voluntary and welcome at whatever level of engagement you desire.
Meeting Dates and Locations
2-4 pm Friday, January 19
Fisher Science (Bldg 33) Room 285.
Brian Pompeii, Social Sciences