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  • What is a learning community?
  • sociable — unsociablesensitive — insensitivepersonal — impersonalwarm — coldhumanizing — dehumanizinginformal — formal
  • During our recent meeting with Dean Fawson, he indicated that the Faculty Learning Community has his full support!
  • What can we do in the Learning Community?
  • Ss14 caywood chandler

    1. 1. Cynthia Chandler, KayDee Caywood, School of Education
    2. 2. Survey Preliminary Results (Caywood & Keeler, 2013) Increase in communication, collaboration and sharing Investigation ongoing
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