What is FY PIE
FY PIE is a two-day institute offered in cohorts that focuses on supporting student success, persistence, and feelings of inclusion and belonging. Specific topics in the FY PIE Institute include:
- Intro to First Year Experience
- Metacognition, reflective practice & ePortfolio development
- Health, well-being, & mindfulness
- Advising, study skills & time management
- Identity, belonging, equity & inclusion
- Critical Digital and Information literacies
- Rhetorical awareness & writing processes
Who is eligible to participate in the FY PIE Institute?
Instructors of record (lecturer faculty, T/TT faculty, or Graduate Teaching Associates) who are currently teaching, or assigned to teach within the next academic year, one or more of the following courses are provided a stipend and given first priority for registration:
- Area A1: Oral Communication
- Area A2: Written English Communication
- Area A3: Critical Thinking
- Area B4: Quantitative Reasoning
- Area E: First Year Experience, Life-long Learning & Self-Development
When space is available, other instructors are welcome to participate, though we are not able to provide a stipend in those cases.
When is the course offered and how can I register?
Enrollment is closed at this time.
Learn more and register for each FY PIE Slice courses:
What is FY PIE Institute (Two-day)
FY PIE is a two-day institute offered in cohorts that focuses on supporting student success, persistence, and feelings of inclusion and belonging.
What is Equitable Teaching Series
CEETL's Equitable Teaching Series explores foundational teaching approaches that foster equity and inclusivity in support of student success.
What is a Teaching & Learning Community Leads?
TLCs are reflective teaching and learning communities of 8-12 individuals that foster reflective teaching practice and, based on the preference of the group, can take either a practical or theoretical approach.
What is Reflective Teaching Portfolio?
This workshop is created to develop your teaching ePortfolio.