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Curriculum for the Bioregion: Washington Center for Undergraduate Education Retreat
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n 1986, the Washington Center for Undergraduate Education began holding two-day curriculum planning retreats for faculty developing integrative learning experiences in the context of learning communities and Freshman Experience programs. This year's theme: Fostering an Ethic of Place.

4/28/2016 to 4/29/2016
When: Thursday, April 28, 2016
Where: Dumas Bay Centre in Federal Way
United States
Contact: (360) 867-6608

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Upcoming Curriculum for the Bioregion Events 2016

This year we are exploring the theme, "Fostering an Ethic of Place," and ways our affinities with places shapes sustainability thinking and practice. The Spring gathering in our conference series will be:

Washington Center’s Annual Curriculum Planning Retreat

Thursday and Friday, April 28-29, 2016 at Dumas Bay Centre in Federal Way

In 1986, the Washington Center for Undergraduate Education began holding two-day curriculum planning retreats for faculty developing integrative learning experiences in the context of learning communities and Freshman Experience programs. Since then, campus teams have come to the retreats to plan integrative curriculum for a variety of contexts, including living-learning communities, I-Best programs, and redesigned educational pathways. Leadership for the retreat has shifted to the Washington Learning Communities Consortium, in partnership with Washington Center. In 2016, we want to also welcome faculty teams working on the integration of sustainability-across-the-curriculum. The two-day retreat will provide workshops, support from resource faculty, and team planning-time in an attractive retreat setting. Registration is now open for this event.

For more information, visit Curriculum for the Bioregion

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