Flipped Learning FLC
The awesomest group in the universe! A group of dedicated, attractive, successful scientists seeking to create the best study abroad experience for out students
Representatives of CHEM 1151K, CHEM 1152K, BIOL 2451K, BIOL 2452K, BIOL2516K evaluating course content and sequencing
GGC’s School of Science and Technology
Open to all who teach or are interested in GGC’s Mathematics Discipline!
Several interventions have been applied to decrease the DFW rates in introductory chemistry courses during the past five years. Even though higher student success rates were observed, the DFW rates remain at the […]
Provides training workshops for major Chemical Instrumentation.
The goals of the Specifications Grading Group (SGG) are: to assist members in development and refinement of the use of Specifications Grading methodology in their courses, to research possible effects of […]
The purpose of this group is to discuss topics related to active learning in higher education.
Environmental Education and Sustainability
This FLC proposal focuses on developing and evaluating class room activities that enhance career readiness of students in information technology. The national association of colleges and employers defines career […]
An example of what your Faculty Learning Community should have set up on Academic Commons. Feel free to make yours more interesting; this is just a template!
Description of Test Group
A group for information on, FAQ about, and help with the Commons.
SST’s STEM Education Innovations Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP)
Intro sample group
The Pursell Research Group investigates the GGC campus ecosystem using analytical, organic, biological, physical, and instrumental chemistry methods. Group members are GGC science, math, and technology majors and […]
Bienvenidos! Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world! Hope you join us to learn and broaden our knowledge in this amazing language and culture!
The purpose of this group is to discuss topics related to the use of technology in higher education.