STLR NCUR Reflections
From Camille Kilbourne
At the request of the Provost, please consider STLR-tagging and including this NCUR Reflection Assignment in your spring courses (and syllabi). This assignment is already built for you with well-developed reflection prompts encouraging students to respond with rich internalization rather than merely describing the NCUR session(s) they attend. Using Transformative Learning, Critical Reflection, and Embodied Knowledge best practices, the STLR Office has worked to make this as quick and efficient as possible for busy faculty. View the video below from Provost Barthell and your faculty colleague Dr. Kato Buss — it outlines what you’ll do to participate as UCO becomes the first-ever host institution to provide both quantitative and qualitative data to NCUR*. If you haven’t been STLR-trained yet — there’s still time to do so. See the links below to sign up via the Learning Center for an early Spring session prior to NCUR. There are one-time stipends for completing STLR-Training and implementing STLR.
STLR Module 1 Training Sign-Up Link
*This project has been approved by the University of Central Oklahoma Institutional Review Board (IRB #17204).
Thank you for everything you do for UCO and your students!
Dr. Jeff King, Dr. Brenton Wimmer, Camille Kilbourne, & Mark Walvoord