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It is always easier to read the books you feel you SHOULD and WANT to read if they are sitting beside you. Plus, GOOD PEOPLE to DISCUSS them with helps. We have curated a short list of some MUST-READS for those interested in teaching and learning, and provide at easy way to gather.
How Does it Work? Pick a book from the list below. Gather with colleagues. Enjoy the discussion. We give you the book for free and provide easy ways to structure your gatherings.
Deadline? Requests to join accepted until supplies run out or the end of Spring term.
Deliverables: None What's the Catch? None. Start when it works best and aim to finish by the end of summer.
Gathering Options: Asynchronous. Synchronous in person. Synchronous on zoom.
Frequency of Gatherings: Determined by group.
The Process: Groups can range from 3 - 5 faculty (tenure-track or fixed term), graduate students, or staff associated with teaching and learning.
Our goal is to provide a guilt-free way to motivate your thinking about teaching, make new pedagogically-inclined friends, or gather with old ones. We would love to hear about your experiences and will provide avenues to share reflections, takeaways, and insights, but the book is yours regardless of your participation level. We trust in your self-regulation and know how valuable flexibility is during these pandemic times.