Learning CommonsInformation For Faculty
Information for Faculty
There are many ways that faculty can collaborate with the Learning Commons staff to ensure that their students have a successful semester.
Our goal is to build strong and meaningful relationships with instructors and students by providing student-centered support and resources.
We achieve this objective by offering orientations/class visits, Learning Commons tours, workshops, and embedded content tutoring and success coaching, which are customized to each instructor's vision and need.
Simply call or e-mail your Learning Commons liaison contact if you have ideas, suggestions, or need more information about our services. We would be happy to assist you.
Liaison Contacts for Departments
Flagler College, Transitional Studies
|Jerrie M. Del Vecchio
All for Success Coaching
Behavioral, Social Science and Education: Psychology, History, Social Science
Student Life Skills (SLS) for Technology
|Dani Rowan Hawke
Embedded Tutoring and Coaching
Would you like to have some support in your classroom? Many of our instructors have found that embedded tutoring has increased student participation in the classroom while providing their students with the opportunity to get personalized assistance. Embedded tutoring is a collaborative effort between each instructor and a Learning Specialist in order to increase students' success.
Steps for Requesting an Embedded Specialist, Tutor, or Coach
- Submit the following Embedded Request Form via link: https://forms.office.com/r/w24brd59VM, or fill out the form below
- Interim Director and Program Coordinator will determine staffing availability
- Instructor and Specialist/Tutor/Coach will discuss embedded expectations
- Embedded Partnership Agreement is completed and submitted to the Interim Director
Orientations and class visits are a great way to introduce your students to the resources the Learning Commons offers. It is recommended that you book your class orientation and/or class visit within the first few weeks of each semester.
Orientations and class visits can entail the overall services of the Learning Commons, or only focus on the sections that are relevant for your particular classes, i.e. Math, Science, Success Coaching, English (writing/reading/grammar component), or Technology.
Learning Commons Tours
Often, instructors invite their students to the Learning Commons for an orientation that is followed by a tour of the Learning Commons. This is a perfect way to let students know where we are located while getting to know the layout of our physical space. Most students like the openess of our floorplan while getting to know our friendly staff.
Students are more likely to ask for assistance with their courses if they are familiar with our space and our faces, and have a personal contact. Students will also be pleasantly surprised to find that not only do we have computers and printers available for them, but also have a fully stocked Anatomy and Physiology Lab with models, the Honor Lock Room for taking tests, and our Foreign Language Lab that offers assistance with Spanish courses.
Every semester, our Learning Specialists, with the collaborative effort of faculty, and our Academic Success Coach create and provide a plethora of workshops for students.
Our Math and Science Specialists provide exam reviews for a variety of classes, while our Communication Specialists offer workshops that support and review the materials that are currently taught in ENC1101 and ENC1102.
Our Academic Success Coach is a great resource for students who could benefit from time management skills or want to overcome test anxiety.
Check out our calendar posted on the for upcoming workshops.
Boot Camp is an orientation for students who have signed up for classes in Math, Science, Psychology, History, American Government, and English.
Boot Camp sessions take place a few days before classes start, and provide students with an overview of what is expected of them academically once the semester begins.
Fall 2021 Boot Camp
Join the Learning Commons for Fall Boot Camp.
- Friday, August 20, 2021 starting at 2:00 PM in the Learning Commons (LC30)
- Saturday, August 21, 2021 starting at 2:00 PM on Zoom
- Sunday, August 22, 2021 starting at 2:00 PM on Zoom
How you can get involved with the Learning Commons
- Reserve orientations and/or class visits at the beginning of the semester. Contact your liaison.
- Refer your students to us for assistance.
- Mention us and our operating hours on your syllabus.
- Request to have a Learning Commons specialist embedded in your class/es.
- Co-host Workshops with our staff.
- Co-create materials with our staff.