Graduate Teaching Communities of Practice: Fostering a Sense of Belonging and Professional Development for Graduate Students, by Graduate Students
Exploring How We Teach: Lived Experiences, Lessons, and Research about Graduate Instructors by Graduate Instructors
Utah State University
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- Communities of Practice provide explicit formal recognition for teaching work and serve as a network of pedagogical resources.
- Communities of Practice create a safe space and a strengthened sense of community.
- Communities of Practice can be formed anywhere to meet any set of needs but always thrive with members’ agency and institutional support.
Athnos, April; Kou-Herrema, Tianyi; Langley, Matthew; Oshima, Emile; Parker, Harrison; Rawal, Hima; Wilkins, Olivia; Lee, Alexandra; Hunt, Seth; Searle, Ellen; and Marinho, Nathalie, "Graduate Teaching Communities of Practice: Fostering a Sense of Belonging and Professional Development for Graduate Students, by Graduate Students" (2022). Exploring How We Teach. Paper 17.