Posted on 20. Aug, 2015 by Scott.
Grumpy Cats/ Remaining Questions What worked to support your learning today? Sharing the teaching philosophy and syllabus helped. I received enough feedback to revise it. The afternoon cultural insight training to overcome stereotypes. Loved the breakout sessions after lunch. Working with peers to evaluate the materials we brought. CRT was great. The feedback on the […]
Posted on 19. Aug, 2015 by Scott.
Grumpy Cats Follow-up From Last Friday: Success: Jigsaw exercise was a success Syllabus Reading Help with teaching philosophy statements Remaining Questions: Connectivism Homework (modified in assignment list) How are we graded? More breaks and more examples Less talking and more activities More discussion on syllabus First Day Lesson Plans: Peer Reviewing Teaching Philosophy Statements and Syllabi […]
Posted on 14. Aug, 2015 by samiib.
Grumpy CAT Syllabus Redesign Examples Fundamentals Syllabus F 11 (Sheridan) English 101-1287 syllabus PORTER.Finance.CourseSchedule.Sp14docx math 265 Syllabus for Samii Fall_2011_EN120018 112.Spr11 Syllabus pair and share Canvas Intro Brainology Jigsaw Philosophy pair and share Recap Homework: Post to Canvas and bring a copy of your revised teaching philosophy and syllabus next Wednesday. […]
Posted on 13. Aug, 2015 by Scott.
Welcome Back! Connectivism and Baine Bain’s What the Best College Teachers Do, Bain’s What the Best College Students Do and Howard’s The College Fear Factor. Should we advocate that our district acquire EDUROAM, which will provide student wifi access across colleges? Introduction to Reading Apprenticeship Articles referenced: Everything Bad is Good for You: How Today’s Popular Culture Is Actually Making Us […]
Posted on 12. Aug, 2015 by Scott.
WELCOME! What is Professional Learning? Setting Norms: How do we set up the ideal learning environment? Did you Know: What does education look like in the 21st Century? Ice Breaker: Why are we here? Syllabus Goals for the Class Reduce Learning Barriers: Many students have preconceived notions of what they cannot and cannot […]
Posted on 28. May, 2015 by Eddie Tchertchian.
The Los Angeles Community Colleges’s Student Success Initiative Steering Committee invites you to participate in its 2015 Pierce Faculty Teaching and Learning Academy (PFTLA), 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.summer-fall LACCD_Application Set to begin on […]
Posted on 29. Jan, 2015 by samiib.
Grumpy CATS Finish Introducing Student Support Services Assignment Peer Review of 1st day lesson plan (2nd draft) Complete Peer Observation -1st check-in Class Picture: Smile! More Swag! Reflection on FTLA and its relationship to Teaching philosophy: in second half of class have them make a video of their reflections and/or teaching philosophy development? Peer Review […]
Posted on 28. Jan, 2015 by Deborah.
RA with Lilit RA Continued—work on one lesson and one week planning for 30 minutes and then whole group share out Syllabus Peer Review, Set up peer observations, & begin discussing Student Services- Instructional assignment Homework for Thursday (day 8)/ it is on Canvas: Teaching philosophy 2nd draft 1st day Lesson Plan (2nd […]
Posted on 22. Jan, 2015 by samiib.
More Great Instructional Technology with Deanna: Weebly Do a Flip! Using Facebook to Increase Student Engagement Great Links to Help You Flip Without Flopping Peer Observation & Capstone Project for FTLA Homework: Finish Revision #2 of syllabus and post to Canvas: will peer review on Wednesday using the syllabus rubric Continue working on Flip (draft […]
Posted on 21. Jan, 2015 by Deborah.
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