Ken O'Donnell presents Making Sense to FTLA 2014

Ken O’Donnell pops in for FTLA 2014 final meeting

Posted on 09. May, 2014 by .

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Ken discussed high impact practices in his presentation such as the Great Debate  and Town Hall. Here is the link for the “tool kit” if you are interested in exploring this at your own campus: High Impact Practice Tool Kit Diffusion of Light – Ken O’Donnell’s blog. Presentations Participants presented on their final projects. Topics included […]

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FTLA Day 7

Posted on 27. Jan, 2014 by .

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Syllabus Review Be sure to include essential LACCD syllabus requirements: office hours, contact information, SLOs, Basis of grading, disability statement, code of conduct for academic dishonesty. Note that attendance cannot be used to factor grades Be mindful of syllabus length and readability of colorful syllabi when printed   16 Habits of Mind Watched student voices […]

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FTLA 2014: Day 6

Posted on 23. Jan, 2014 by .

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Syllabus Peer Review and Rubric [padlet key='sgx04h0pp1' width='100%' height='480'] [su_document url="http://ftla.laccdssi.org/files/2014/01/rubric-syllabus.pdf" width="520"]Syllabus Rubric

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FTLA 2014: Day 5

Posted on 22. Jan, 2014 by .

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Setting Literacy Goals Flipping the Classroom with Bob Martinez How to Flip The Classroom FTLA 2014 Classroom Research Project

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Day 4 Apple Ed Presentation

FTLA 2014: Day 4

Posted on 21. Jan, 2014 by .

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Presentation from Apple Education: Enhancing Community Colleges with Mobile Technology (Dr. Andrew Currah & Marlene Garcia) Apple’s vision of transformative education: How can technology in the classroom help to drive outcomes? Digital Learning Trends Smartphone and Tablets exceeded PC Market in 2013 Data Deluge: 5 Billion GB generated every 10 minutes How do we behave ethically, […]

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FTLA 2014: Day 3

Posted on 16. Jan, 2014 by .

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Syllabus Redesign Before and After Syllabi   Before FTLA   Reading Apprenticeship [su_quote cite="Nika Hogan"]A partnership of expertise between the teacher and students, drawing on what content area teachers know and do as skilled discipline-based readers and on learners’ unique and often underestimated strengths.[/su_quote]   [su_box title="Homework" box_color="#fe0012"] If you have an iPhone or iPad, […]

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FTLA 2014: Day Two

Posted on 15. Jan, 2014 by .

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Reflections on the first day: How were the ideas presented in the articles and video reflected in the FTLA syllabus and yesterday’s activities? Golden Lines from Connectivism Article: “The pipe is more important than the content within the pipe. Our ability to learn what we need for tomorrow is more important than what we know […]

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FTLA 2014: Day One

Posted on 14. Jan, 2014 by .

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Setting the Norms: Safe to be wrong group/project base learning Interdisciplinary Learning (Point of View) Teacher loves discipline (passion-participatory Open to technology (resource) Change for growth (flexible) Instructor’s lesson/energy for real-world Open and approachable Patience in addressing diverse learning styles ARCS (Attention, relevance, confidence, satisfaction Ownership/Autonomy Need more breathing room Say your name before commenting […]

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Applications Now Open: FTLA 2014!

Posted on 18. Oct, 2013 by .

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Deadline to Apply: November 27, 2013 Application Materials: FTLA_App_2014 FTLA_FAQ 2014 Share this flyer with your friends: ftla2014  

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