Team Learning Basics - Winter 2024
February 12 - March 10 | Fully online
This four-week, fully online, asynchronous workshop will focus on best practices for creating, managing, and assessing team learning activities in higher education classrooms. Participants will discuss the benefits and challenges of team learning, explore team learning models and methods, and determine when and why you might include team activities in your classes.
Assignments and Due Dates
This workshop is fully online with weekly assignments due on Sundays and some discussions due on Wednesdays. Two assignments will involve working on a small team with your cohort peers to complete a short activity. These will be synchronous activities via Zoom or another medium of your choice, during a time of your choosing. For the final assignment, you will apply what you've learned by creating a team learning activity for one of your classes and conducting a peer review for a colleague.
Time Commitment and Stipend Information
This workshop is designed for faculty who currently teach at Cal Poly. Time commitment is 6-8 hours per week for a total of 24-32 hours, depending on prior knowledge, skill level, and experience. A $500 stipend is available for those who complete all readings, quizzes, and assignments with an 80% minimum grade on each.
Before you register, please review the CTLT Stipend Policy to ensure you are eligible to receive a stipend for this workshop. If you have any questions, please contact Patrick O'Sullivan, CTLT Director, at email@example.com.
To reserve your seat in this workshop, please complete the registration form below. You will receive a confirmation email with your registration details. Limited enrollment; faculty and instructors only.
Facilitator: Pam Dougherty, Instructional Designer and Accessibility Specialist, CTLT