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Commonwealth Connections: Instructor Day Spring 2024
Join us on the morning of January 4, 2024, to hear from a panel of Commonwealth Campus faculty and students as they discuss their focus on future-readiness; developing a mindset and a set of competencies that enable lifelong learning, problem-solving, creativity, collaboration, and communication.
This summer, consider designing a course by applying concepts from Priya Parker's The Art of Gathering.
As instructors begin to think of the start of the upcoming semester, many start with a review and revision of their course syllabus. As you think of how you might prepare your syllabus, we wanted to share some information from a book entitled “What Inclusive...
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