Teaching Community

 
Teachers engaged in discussion in an active learning classroom

One of our goals is to create a vast, rich, and diverse community of practice around teaching, learning, and learning improvement at Auburn. We envision this interdisciplinary community of practice encompassing teaching professionals (administrators, faculty, staff, graduate students) during each phase of their academic careers. Numerous studies support the positive impact of participating in a community of practice (Cox, 2008, Pharo et.al, 2013, Herman et.al, 2015, Gehrke & Kazar, 2017). To reach teaching colleagues as easily as possible, we offer these opportunities for linking with the community in a variety of modalities and encourage interdisciplinary teaching discussions, collaborations, and research projects.

Digital Badging

Faculty who participate in certain professional development events with the Biggio Center have a unique opportunity to earn digital badges by implementing and sharing what you have learned from our programming. These achievements are highlighted on our digital badging community page.

Digital Badging

Active Learning Happy Hour

Join a community of teacher-scholars to discuss issues related to active learning and collaborate with your active learning colleagues.

Active Learning Happy Hour

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

At Auburn, the culture of scholarly teaching extends beyond the walls of your classroom with events like Conversations in Celebration of Teaching and This Is Research

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Last modified: June 26, 2017