Small groups of faculty who collaborate together to develop expertise around a professionally relevant topic. Typically meeting once per month during the fall and spring semesters, circles currently running are:
Teaching Teachers How to Write and Publish their Research- facilitate faculty and staff to turn their research into a publishable format.. Contact MaryLou Galantino at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tara Crowell at email@example.com.
Changing Students, Changing Needs - develop a set of resources that faculty and staff can use to more effectively meet the needs of Stockton students, particularly as our population continues to grow and experience additional obstacles to academic success. Contact Nancy Reddy at firstname.lastname@example.org, Emily Ryan at email@example.com, or Lisa Youngblood at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Critical Thinking for First Year Students - strategies for teaching critical thinking skills, aptitudes and values to first year students, a foundational learning outcome required in all Freshman Seminars and FRST courses, and essential to serving students’ intellectual development and success in college courses. Contact Geoffrey Gust at email@example.com or John O’Hara at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Teaching Circles 2020 Plan Proposal
- Conversations on Race, Ethnicity and Identity Teaching Circle Proposal
- Service-Learning and Civic Engagement Teaching Circle Proposal 2016-2017
- Teaching Research in University Environment (TRUE) Teaching Circle Proposal 2016-2017
- Urban Education Teaching Circle Proposal
- Women in Academics Teaching Circle Proposal
- Writing Teaching Circle Proposal for 2016-2017