Conversations with Colleagues: Minnesota State Guided Learning Pathways Questions and Answers

November 22 @ 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Join this month’s Conversations with Colleagues session all about Minnesota State Guided Learning Pathways.

Minnesota State Guided Learning Pathways (GLP) is a student-centered framework for Equity 2030 that outlines effective practices in academic and student support program design and delivery to effectively engage and support each student from their initial connection with our faculty and staff through their educational journey to attainment.

Faculty and staff are critical to the implementation and success of Guided Learning Pathways – specifically Curricular and Program Design and Delivery. GLP focuses on the wholistic student experience including in the class experiences, interactions with faculty, and understanding how even individual courses fit into programs and recommended sequencing.

The Educational Development Committee has been having conversations, asking questions, and compiling resources about GLP to increase our understanding. We suspect we are not alone, and that other faculty and staff may have the same questions including:

  • What is Guided Learning Pathways?
  • How does this relate to my work?

Register and join us as together we share resources, ask questions, and explore GLP.

Conversations with Colleagues is a monthly platform for colleagues across Minnesota State to gather remotely to share ideas and bring questions (along with your lunch). These monthly gatherings will provide you opportunity to engage in rich conversation in both small and large groups and networking with colleagues across the state! We have amazing innovations and work being done across the state and the goal of Conversations with Colleagues is to foster a network of support for faculty and staff across Minnesota State.

Conversations with Colleagues is hosted by faculty and staff from the Minnesota State Faculty Development Committee.

Register for the other conversations: February | April


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