Day 2-FTLA

Welcome Back
Grumpy Cats

■ Reading
■ The Networked Student http://ed.ted.com/on/DvuRF16k

Bain Reflection
■ Take a few minutes to find some golden lines
■ What connections can you find from the Bain article that are
connected to what the students shared in the “Student Perspectives”
Video -Think Pair Share

Questions to ask Students for the Student Voice
1. What do you think your teacher expects of you? What should
teachers expect of you?
2. What do you expect from your teacher? What should you expect
from your teacher?
3. Do you think you can be successful in any college class? Why, or
why not?
4. Do you experience any anxiety/fears in college? Why, and to what
extent, or why not?
5. Do you think class assignments are important? Explain. (Why and
why not?) Why do you think there are assignments?
6. Do you think quizzes and tests are important? Explain. (Why and
why not?) Why do you think there are quizzes and tests?
7. A) Do you feel there are stereotypes in education? (race, age, sex,
ethnicity, socio-economic status, etc.)
a. B) How may/do these stereotypes affect learning?
8. Do you feel you are in control of your own learning or is it your
instructor’s responsibility?

■ “First Day” Lesson in FTLA
– How were the ideas presented in the articles and video reflected in
the FTLA syllabus, first day of FTLA Welcome Package, and
yesterday’s activities?

The Golden Circle
■ http://ed.ted.com/on/CAYQHCjK

Teaching Philosophy

■ https://www.powtoon.com/embed/bpsPDMcplwz/

Using Videos
■ Remembering your
reflection from last night,
revise your reflections on
a piece of paper
■ Find a partner
■ Record your partner’s
reflection and post it in
Canvas or FB


Review Homework
■ 1) This American Life: Episode with Paul Tough (
■ 2) Teaching Philosophy Draft-Post on Canvas
■ 3)Bring e-copy of syllabus and a hard copy
■ 4) Share the links to TedEd lessons links and point out that there are
more resources listed under “Dig Deeper” for both topics.
■ The Networked Student http://ed.ted.com/on/DvuRF16k
■ Golden Circle http://ed.ted.com/on/CAYQHCjK