Final Syllabus Items
These are the two final assignments for CPLC Season 3 Participants
Attend the Kathleen Fitzpatrick Keynote on April 1, 2022. Register online for this virtual event.
Choose one of the following prompts and use it to create a reflection (written or any other medium of your choosing) about your experience in the Cluster Pedagogy Learning Community. Submit your reflection by May 1, 2022 (using the form below) for inclusion (with your permission) in Cluster Learning at Plymouth State.
- Academic Units recently met at January Jamboree to discuss their successes and challenges related to Clusters and Cluster Learning. As the CPLC draws to a close, what insight can you offer about our progress or about the future of Clusters and/or Cluster Learning at PSU? You may wish to review the AU slide deck here.
- The Staff Learning Community recently prepared a “Staff Needs Report” (available through the SLC) and met at January Jamboree to discuss their successes and challenges related to transformation, innovation, and efficiency (review the staff slide deck here). As the CPLC draws to a close, what insight can you offer about our progress or about the future of transformation, innovation, and/or efficiency at PSU?
- The CPLC has started each year with a conversation about values. The conversation for our Season 2 cohort has been distilled into this document. Review the document, and reflect on the values that guide you in your work at PSU, and how you think those guidelines can or should shape our university in the future.
- When the CPLC began three years ago, we gave out copies of Kathleen Fitzpatrick’s Generous Thinking to members of the first cohort. Now, as the CPLC draws to a close, Dr. Fitzpatrick delivers a keynote address drawn from her book. Attend the keynote, and reflect on how her ideas dovetail with or diverge from your own, and how these ideas could be used to inform the future of our university.
- Consider any combination of Prompts 1-4 above, and synthesize them into a reflection that speaks to your experience with CPLC or at PSU.
- Craft a reflection about teaching, Cluster Learning, pedagogy, and/or Plymouth State that you would find meaningful in the context of our learning community.