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The Learning & Teaching Council is charged with enhancing the quality and scholarship of learning and teaching at BYU-Idaho. This council is comprised of the chairs of six Learning & Teaching Committees. It is chaired by the Associate Academic Vice President of Instruction. This council meets at least once each semester to coordinate resources from the Academic Office and the efforts of over thirty five faculty serving on the various committees noted below:
Promote best practices through faculty recognition and gatherings
Foster and share educational practices and ideas for ongoing, extended discussions
·Spori Summit Retreats
Encourage investigation and sharing of faculty research on learning and teaching
·Brown Bag Lunch Discussions
Publish findings and insights from faculty including conferences, site visits, and research
·Learning & Teaching Website stories
Advertise and allocate resources for Thomas E. Ricks funds
·Thomas E. Ricks Grants
Coordinate selection and travel for faculty groups while developing cross-disciplinary friendships
·Best Practices site visits