- Flex Day
- Spring into Spring
- Eagle's Nest
- MS IT Academy
- Outlook Email Training
- Video Tutorials
- Roster Reference Guide
- New Faculty Orientation Video
Professional Development Calendar
Spring 2016 Activities
Los Angeles Mission College Sociology Department
PRESENTS two screenings of Hunting Ground on Denim Day,
Wednesday, April 29th at 12:15 pm and 6:50 pm in Campus Center
Free to entire community, all are welcome to find out more about how to prevent sexual assaults on college and university campuses and why it impacts EVERYONE!!!
Campus questions: Prof Myriam Levy (818) 833-3414
Publicity questions and Film Website: http://www.thehuntinggroundfilm.com
Friday, March 11, 2016 9:00 AM-11:00 AM in CC1
Reading Apprenticeship Training
Tiffany, our RA coach will model Talk to the Text and Think Aloud strategies. Afterwards faculty will share what they have been able to implement in the classrooms in the last 4 weeks.
Monday , March 21, 2016 10:00 AM- 2:00 PM in Arroyo Room
Come enjoy breakfast and lunch and share ideas for student success and equity!
Join your fellow faculty members for workshops and learn techniques to promote equity and student success for all students at Mission College. Participate in a lively, thought-provoking session with Josh Wyner, author of What Excellent Community Colleges Do: Preparing All Students for Success. Be here to congratulate our colleagues as the Los Angeles Mayor's Office presents awards to our faculty!
For our 2016 Breakout Sessions, Mission College faculty have developed workshops designed to provide instructors with practical activities that can be used in the classroom. These sessions cover several hands-on activities: creating first day lessons and understanding the faculty's role in providing social capital; increasing students’ engagement through classroom management; exploring Reading Apprenticeship routines; using the new Library database, "Learning Express," to enhance our students' success; and learning more about the Student Services available for our students so we can help guide them to the services they need to succeed.
Fall 2015 Activities
Flex Day for Fall 2015 will be on Thursday, August 27 (Agenda)
District Disability Summit 2015 October 30,2015 8 am - 2:30 pm
Emerging Issues and Persistent Challenges, Section 504 & ADA Compliance Workshop
East Los Angeles College, Ingalls Auditorium
1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez, Monterey Park , 91754
VETERANS DAY CEREMONY
NOVEMBER 10, 10:00 TO 11:00 AM,
AT THE CAMPUS QUAD
Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 activities
Fall 2014 Activities at Eagle's Nest:
Online Mental Health Training:
For a limited time you can earn Flex credit by completing the Kognito training. This an online program designed to train faculty in helping students with mental health issues. The program is available for free to our campus only until June 2015.
You can find more information here.
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Join your fellow faculty members for workshops and learn techniques that can improve student success in your classes. Our Mission College faculty have developed workshops designed to provide instructors with practical activities that can be used in the classroom. These break-out sessions cover techniques for engaging students, exploring threshold concepts for our individual disciplines, designing effective PowerPoint presentations, and transposing our key course concepts into easily accessible videos for students. Come enjoy breakfast and lunch and share ideas for our LAMC students' success! Learn about our Mission College One Campus, One Book choice, Yes Chef: A Memoir, and explore ways to incorporate the book into your classes for Spring 2015.
EAP 2015 Workshops
Seeing GE Through the Lens of Threshold (TC) Concepts and Wicked Problems(WP)
Friday, April 17, 2015 from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM (PDT)
Reading Apprenticeship (RA) workshop
May 1st, 2015, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
the Arroyo Room (CAI building, LAMC)
In this workshop, RA facilitators from WestEd will present the fundamentals of the Reading Apprenticeship framework, including the social, personal, cognitive and knowledge-building dimensions.
Please bring a textbook or a sample from a textbook from a class that you teach! You will have an opportunity to practice RA routines with your sample.
Key RA strategies: Think-Alouds, Talking to the Text, and Evidence-Interpretation Logs, with a focus on their relation to the four dimensions.
Please register as soon as possible (max of 40 participants).
Registration via Eventbrite (click on Eventbrite) password: STEM RA LAMC (you can copy and paste the password)
Breakfast and lunch will be served and Flex hours are available.
If you have any questions, please contact
Par Mohammadian (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The DSPS office has setup a an online training program for faculty and staff to learn about how to serve disabled students at LA Mission College.
(You can earn flex credit for completing the program)