IGNIS Webinar Series: Highlighting 2013-2014 Faculty Learning Communities

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Join your colleagues across the state for the upcoming IGNIS Webinar Series to highlight the work of the 2013-2014 Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs).  This six-week long series will start next Thursday, May 8, 2014 and will end on Thursday, June 12, 2014.  Each weekly session will begin at 2:00 p.m. on the specific date and will contain two to three ten minute presentations with opportunities for Q&A and follow-up discussions.  If you are unfamiliar with the 2013-2014 FLCs, please refer here to find out more about their work.  Pierce College’s work on interdisciplinary collaborations between professional and technical programs will be featured in the webinar series!

No pre-registration is required.  To participate, simply log in to the IGNIS webinar room.  If you are unfamiliar with the process, please refer here for a helpful step-by-step to the process.

Schedule of IGNIS Webinar Series

Thursday, May 8 at 2PM: Inclusion, Universal Design, Reading Apprenticeship

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

Thursday, May 15 at 2PM: K-12/CTC Partnerships, LGBPTQIA, QM: Transition from     F2F to Hybrid

  • Tacoma Community College: Reimagining Relationships Between High School and College Instructors
  • Highline Community College: LGBT+– LGBPTQIA Socially Responsible Faculty
  • Olympic College: 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 at 2PM: Transition from College to Workforce, Mindfulness, QM: Engaging and Accessible

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

Thursday, May 29 at 2PM: Learning Communities, Service Learning

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

Thursday, June 5 at 2PM: OER, Courage to Teach, Social Sciences Online

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

Thursday, June 12 at 2 PM: Cooperative Learning, Interdisciplinary Collaborations

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