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Monday, July 24 • 11:15am - 12:00pm
Empowering Reflective Practitioners: Schoologize Your Professional Development

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This session proposes faculty learning communities as a platform for sustained critical reflection and problem solving. Participants will engage in a live "faculty learning community" to solve real problems they experience in their own contexts. This parallels a model of faculty development designed to empower faculty to solve their own problems of practice at Lancaster Bible College.

1.) Identify problems of practice
2.) Solve problems of practice through community-collaboration
3.) Evaluate Faculty Learning Communities for professional development contexts

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Justin Harbin

Coordinator, Office of Teaching Effectiveness/Asst. Professor, Lancaster Bible College
Coordinator of the Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Assistant Professor in Middle Level Education. Passionate about being the best teacher I can be and equipping others to do the same. I'm currently studying how educational innovations spread from person to person and through... Read More →
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William Illingworth

Instructional Technologist, Lancaster Bible College
Ed, Tech, EdTech, Twitter, Social Learning, Slack, and so much more. Having been Enterprise for 2.5 years has helped me and my institution take great leaps with our teaching, learning, and professional development. I'd love to talk about any and all elements of Instructional Technology... Read More →

Monday July 24, 2017 11:15am - 12:00pm CDT
401a & 401b