2013-14 IGNIS Webinar Series—FLC Highlights

IGNIS LogoJoin members of the SBCTC-Funded 2013-14 FLCs as they share what they have learned through their work over the course of the year.  After 10-minute presentations from each FLC, there will be time for Q&A and discussion.

No pre-registration required. To participate, simply log in to the IGNIS webinar room.

Thursday, May 8: Inclusion, Universal Design, Reading Apprenticeship

  • North Seattle: Beyond Inclusion – Addressing Systemic Bias on Our Campuses by Developing Strategies to Build Cultural Competency Skills
  • Spokane Falls: Universal Design
  • Highline: Reading Apprenticeship Across Disciplines and Programs

Thursday, May 15: K-12/CTC Partnerships, LGBPTQIA, QM: Transition from F2F to Hybrid

  • Tacoma: Reimagining Relationships Between High School and College Instructors
  • Highline: LGBT+– LGBPTQIA Socially Responsible Faculty
  • Olympic: Transitioning a Face-to-Face Course to a Hybrid Course Using the Quality Matters™ Rubric Standards and Best Practices for Blended Learning

Thursday, May 22: Transition from College to Workforce, Mindfulness, QM: Engaging and Accessible

  • Highline: Improving Transition to College and Workforce with Technology
  • Olympic: Engaging and Accessible: Achieving Quality Matters Standards in Online Teaching
  • Olympic: Using Mindfulness Practices to Enhance Teaching and Learning

Thursday, May 29: Learning Communities, Service Learning

  • Clark: Incorporating the Learning Community Model into Clark College: A faculty learning community on student learning communities
  • Columbia Basin: Enhancing Student Learning and Development: Exploring Service Learning
  • Clark: Adopting Open Resources for Improved Student Learning

Thursday, June 5: OER, Courage to Teach, Social Sciences Online

  • South Puget Sound: Exploring Platforms for Collaborative Creation of Open Textbooks
  • Lake Washington: The Courage to Teach
  • Bellevue: Social Science Learning Online Group (SSLOG)

Thursday, June 12: Cooperative Learning, Interdisciplinary Collaborations

  • Lower Columbia: Integrating Cooperative Learning Activities into the Classroom Across the Disciplines
  • Pierce: Interdisciplinary Collaborations between Professional/Technical Programs

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