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Creativity and Evidence A Webster Faculty Learning Community

Welcome!

The Creativity and Evidence Learning Community at Webster University focuses on using digital tools to promote creativity while teaching skills such as critical thinking, digital literacy, and effective communication.

All part-time and full-time faculty and staff are welcome to join our group for informal monthly chats!

If you’re interested in topics such as evaluating evidence and digital literacy, or if you’re interested in how you might use Adobe tools in your classroom, please consider joining us!

2017-18 Meetings

All meetings held on Thursdays, 3-4 pm, FDC Suite (Emerson Library 420)

November 2

December 7

January 25

February 22

March 29

April 26

More About This Learning Community

Our group focuses on the 4 "C"s of Creativity, Communication, Critical Thinking, and Career Strategy.

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Creativity

What tools can we incorporate into our classrooms that encourage creative expression, fruitful collaboration, and the promotion of original ideas?

Communication

How can we give our students the skills they need to be global citizens, to communicate effectively, to advocate productively, and to be promoters of digital literacy?

Critical Thinking

How can we support our students as critical consumers of information and how can we promote a mindset of inquiry in our classrooms?

Career Strategy

How can we help our students see the value of what they’re learning by tying it to what matters in their individual careers, and by giving them tools that they feel will make them more marketable candidates?

To RSVP for meetings, please email Liza Dister, Faculty Development Coordinator, at edister17@webster.edu

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