Day 5–Technology, Literacy Goals, and Lesson Planning

Posted on 21. Jan, 2015 by .

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CATS Setting aside some “tech time” Social Media for Student Engagement E-Portfolios with Tiffany Ingle, our superstar friend from PCC Tiffany’s Presentation: https://prezi.com/g6x6ehauq06j/eportfolios-what-now/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy Visit Tiffany’s site: http://usingeportfolios.weebly.com/ Text and Task Analysis Setting Literacy Goals Homework Draft your 1st Day Lesson and post to Canvas Continue to work on “Flip” ideas  

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Day 4 – Technology and Equity

Posted on 20. Jan, 2015 by .

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Technology Workshop with Deanna, Day 1 QR Generator Stereotype Threat Micro-aggression FTLA_2015_Equity 2 Rubrics syllabus_rubric Homework Think of a topic to use for a lesson flip in your classroom §  Find online resources that could be used for classroom flip topic: copy URLs for the resources, etc. §  Could be a reading, video, chart or […]

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FTLA 2015: Day 3 – Why? How? What?

Posted on 15. Jan, 2015 by .

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Jigsaw Brainology reading: Carol Dweck – Brainology brainology Jigsaw   Syllabus Redesign Before and After Syllabi   Before FTLA   You can find some sample newsletter templates in the Facebook group or here: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/newsletter-TC102686615.aspx First Day and Teaching Philosophy Focusing on our why, group activity, peer review. Technology Roundtable Homework Work on the following assignments and […]

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FTLA 2015: Day 2

Posted on 14. Jan, 2015 by .

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    Connectivism video: http://ed.ted.com/on/DvuRF16k Bain and Connectivism  group reflections: How do we foster equity and access when you reply on technology? How might technology actually help foster equity and access? Never presume you know what a student is dealing with. How do we get students to get excited about school and new technology;  in […]

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FTLA 2015: Day 1 – Why Are We Here?

Posted on 13. Jan, 2015 by .

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Welcome to FTLA 2015!!!           Introduction to Professional Learning in the FTLA So, why are we here?!                     Norms: “Safe” environment – create trust so we can be vulnerable to learning Hands on experiences – be authentic in sharing your thoughts Listen […]

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Applications Now Open: FTLA 2015!

Posted on 23. Sep, 2014 by .

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The Los Angeles Community Colleges’s Student Success Initiative Steering Committee invites you to participate in its 2015 Faculty Teaching and Learning Academy (FTLA), part of our ongoing efforts to build a “Success Network” for the development of institutional cultures and environments that are learning-centered and technologically advanced.Application Materials FTLA_App_2015 FTLA_FAQ 2015 LACCD_Application Set to begin on January 13, 2015, […]

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FTLA 2010 Presentation to BoT

Posted on 27. May, 2010 by .

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We had a great time yesterday presenting to the Board of Trustees.  The Board was quite pleased with your work and participation in the FTLA.  We had a great luncheon at Sazon afterwards and had some great swag.  Post pictures of yourselves wearing your FTLA and SSI shirts on Facebook.

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Reflective Writing Number One: Student Pathway

Posted on 19. Jan, 2010 by .

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Guided Freewrite Before you start writing, please setup your account on box.net.  Use this to store all of your writing and documents. Spend the next ten to fifteen minutes reflecting on your own student pathway to instructor, librarian, counselor, administrator. Use the four questions below as prompts to  help you brainstorm. In  chapter one of the College […]

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More About Faculty Inquiry

Posted on 06. May, 2009 by .

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During the first few minutes of the video below, Brock Klein gives a great summary of faculty inquiry: Faculty Inquiry is a professional learning approach advocated by higher education institutions across the country, but it shows particularly strong development in the state of California–especially through the Carnegie and Hewlett sponsored SPECC and FIN Projects.  Links […]

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