In February, the USG Office of Faculty Development featured the CT2 Writer’s Boot Camp program as part of their Program Spotlight, which recognizes unique and successful programs of Teaching and Learning Centers around the system. The CT2 Writer’s Boot Camp is a professional development initiative that provides a dedicated time and space for writing. Separate boot camps are offered for faculty and graduate students throughout the year.
Read the feature article at the University System of Georgia’s website.
Dr. Jody Langdon (School of Health and Kinesiology, CHHS)
Jody Langdon, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the School of Health and Kinesiology. Dr. Langdon began her SoTL research at Georgia Southern as a SoTL Fellow in 2013 investigating the effects of the Flipped Classroom Model on perceptions of course experience, motivation, course performance, and basic need satisfaction. Since her experience as a fellow, she has continued researching in the SoTL field, leading to one publication and four conference presentations. Her most recent research focuses on metacognition and its ability to enhance student learning. Additional research is now being conducted on autonomy supportive teaching among undergraduate instructors. Dr. Langdon also serves on the Georgia Southern SoTL leadership team and has been a mentor to numerous emerging SoTL scholars.
Read more about the Georgia Southern SoTL Award.