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This slide show is an audio presentation of the orientation for students that are enrolled in LS-13, Union Leadership for the Fall 2013 semester at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College. It is presented …

This slide show is an audio presentation of the orientation for students that are enrolled in LS-13, Union Leadership for the Fall 2013 semester at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College. It is presented by the instructor, Jim Walker.

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  • 1. OrientationOrientation LS – 13LS – 13 Union LeadershipUnion Leadership JimWalkerJimWalker Instructor, Labor StudiesInstructor, Labor Studies
  • 2. InstructorInstructor’s Background’s Background  34 years as a labor advocate34 years as a labor advocate  Specialized in grievance and arbitration, contract negotiation,Specialized in grievance and arbitration, contract negotiation, organizing, political action, staff and organizational developmentorganizing, political action, staff and organizational development  Present: Labor relations consultant and educatorPresent: Labor relations consultant and educator  LATTC labor educator – 16 yearsLATTC labor educator – 16 years
  • 3. TechnologyTechnology  Firefox recommendedFirefox recommended  PowerPoint: required if viewing slides staticallyPowerPoint: required if viewing slides statically  QuickTime Player: Use this program to view lectures in movie formatQuickTime Player: Use this program to view lectures in movie format with audiowith audio  MicrosoftWordMicrosoftWord  Adobe PDF readerAdobe PDF reader
  • 4. Class Overview EssentialsClass Overview Essentials  Designed to educate union members, officers and staff andDesigned to educate union members, officers and staff and general studentsgeneral students  Understand the essential elements of Union LeadershipUnderstand the essential elements of Union Leadership  Role of Unions and LeadershipRole of Unions and Leadership  Labor’s ChallengesLabor’s Challenges  Strategic PlanningStrategic Planning  Leadership StylesLeadership Styles  Public SpeakingPublic Speaking  Facilitating Effective MeetingsFacilitating Effective Meetings  Written CommunicationWritten Communication  One-on-One CommunicationOne-on-One Communication  Volunteer DevelopmentVolunteer Development  Contract and Political MoblizationContract and Political Moblization LS-13 Union Leadership
  • 5. Textbook - RequiredTextbook - Required  RequiredTextbook/Instructional Materials   Introduction to Leadership: Concepts and Practice (2nd Edition)  In order for students to effectively and successfully participate in this course the below textbook is required.Additional reading and instructional materials will be made available online by the instructor.  This book is available as a paperback through Barnes and Noble,Amazon, and other online booksellers ( 2011 publication).  This book is not available at the campus bookstore.    ISBN-13: 9781412989527    This book isThis book is notnot available in the library or bookstore.available in the library or bookstore.
  • 6. Instructor Office HoursInstructor Office Hours  Meetings with the instructor are arranged upon request by the studentMeetings with the instructor are arranged upon request by the student at a time mutually acceptable to the student and the instructor.at a time mutually acceptable to the student and the instructor.  You may also communicate your concerns or questions via email orYou may also communicate your concerns or questions via email or through Moodle message center.through Moodle message center.
  • 7. Contact InformationContact Information  Moodle Message CenterMoodle Message Center  select participant linkselect participant link  select JimWalkerselect JimWalker  select messageselect message  compose and sendcompose and send  walkerjf@lattc.eduwalkerjf@lattc.edu  NoTextingNoTexting  Last OptionLast Option  Phone: 661-839-2925Phone: 661-839-2925
  • 8. Update ProfileUpdate Profile  Step 1 Select participants link on top left corner of your MoodleStep 1 Select participants link on top left corner of your Moodle Screen, located under the Moodle heading.This will link you toScreen, located under the Moodle heading.This will link you to enrolled class participantsenrolled class participants  Step 2 Locate your name and select as a linkStep 2 Locate your name and select as a link  Step 3 Select the edit tab at the top of the pageStep 3 Select the edit tab at the top of the page  Step 4 Complete all fields that have red asteriskStep 4 Complete all fields that have red asterisk  Step 5 Be sure to complete the description box by writing a briefStep 5 Be sure to complete the description box by writing a brief biography of yourself.biography of yourself.
  • 9. ProfileProfile  Step 6 Upload a digital photo of yourselfStep 6 Upload a digital photo of yourself  Step 7 List a few interests or hobbies in the interest fieldStep 7 List a few interests or hobbies in the interest field  Step 8 Select the advanced tabStep 8 Select the advanced tab  Step 9 Enter your phone number where you may reached by theStep 9 Enter your phone number where you may reached by the instructor.Your phone number is not available to other students.instructor.Your phone number is not available to other students.  Step 10 Select the update profile tab.Your profile will now be updated.Step 10 Select the update profile tab.Your profile will now be updated.
  • 10. Technology ContingencyTechnology Contingency  Problems may occur with your computer or internet provider.Problems may occur with your computer or internet provider.  Have a contingency plan if you encounter technology problemsHave a contingency plan if you encounter technology problems
  • 11. Contingency QuestionsContingency Questions  Where will you use a computer if your computer crashes or getsWhere will you use a computer if your computer crashes or gets a virus?a virus?  Where and how will you connect to the internet if you can notWhere and how will you connect to the internet if you can not connect from your normal location?connect from your normal location?  How will contact your instructor or another student if you canHow will contact your instructor or another student if you can not do so through Moodlenot do so through Moodle’s message center?’s message center?  What steps are you taking, or can you take to prevent loss ofWhat steps are you taking, or can you take to prevent loss of critical files associated with the class?critical files associated with the class?  What steps are you taking or can you take to always submitWhat steps are you taking or can you take to always submit assignments on time and stay up with the class?assignments on time and stay up with the class?
  • 12. Class Online StructureClass Online Structure  Each segment is referred to as aEach segment is referred to as a “block“block  TheThe “Heading Outline contains essential information“Heading Outline contains essential information  MoodleTutorialMoodleTutorial  CourseTechnical RequirementsCourseTechnical Requirements  Syllabus (web, word, pdf )Syllabus (web, word, pdf )  Textbook RequirementTextbook Requirement  SyllabusSyllabus  Syllabus quizSyllabus quiz  Instructor video commentaryInstructor video commentary
  • 13. Heading Block Content
  • 14. Curriculum Blocks 1 - 16Curriculum Blocks 1 - 16  Blocks 1-16 contain the course curriculumBlocks 1-16 contain the course curriculum  Curriculum block 1 will be available on August 27thCurriculum block 1 will be available on August 27th  Curriculum blocks 2-16 will be released in sequence eachTuesdayCurriculum blocks 2-16 will be released in sequence eachTuesday morning on or about 8 a.m.morning on or about 8 a.m.  Block 16 will contain the Final Exam and will be available one weekBlock 16 will contain the Final Exam and will be available one week before the semester concludes.before the semester concludes.
  • 15. Lesson Block Example
  • 16. MidTerm ExamMidTerm Exam  MidTerm exam will be available on October 22.MidTerm exam will be available on October 22.  Review and MidTerm will be included with Block 9Review and MidTerm will be included with Block 9  25 questions (T/F and multiple choice) covering lessons presented in25 questions (T/F and multiple choice) covering lessons presented in Blocks 1-7Blocks 1-7  MidTerm worth 50 pts. (2 pts each per question)MidTerm worth 50 pts. (2 pts each per question)
  • 17. Final Exam Block 16Final Exam Block 16 50 questions (T/F and multiple choice) covering lessons presented in50 questions (T/F and multiple choice) covering lessons presented in Blocks 1-15Blocks 1-15 Final Exam worth 100 pts. (2 pts. each per question)Final Exam worth 100 pts. (2 pts. each per question) Available 12/10Available 12/10 Last day to complete exam is 12/13. No exceptionsLast day to complete exam is 12/13. No exceptions
  • 18. Curriculum Block StructureCurriculum Block Structure  Each curriculum block contains:Each curriculum block contains:  Description of topicDescription of topic  Lesson Learning OutcomeLesson Learning Outcome  Foundational Reading Assignment (if applicable)Foundational Reading Assignment (if applicable)  Lesson Reading AssignmentLesson Reading Assignment  Lecture: video format with audio/QuickTime movie or PowerPoint w/o audio*Lecture: video format with audio/QuickTime movie or PowerPoint w/o audio*  Lesson Assignment or ForumLesson Assignment or Forum  Quiz or Examination (when required)Quiz or Examination (when required)  Think About it (optional review)Think About it (optional review)  Optional Reference MaterialsOptional Reference Materials  * Some lessons may not contain a lecture.* Some lessons may not contain a lecture.
  • 19. Recommended Order of Study andRecommended Order of Study and ParticipationParticipation  First: complete in the following order:First: complete in the following order:  Reading AssignmentsReading Assignments  Lesson LectureLesson Lecture  SupplementalVideo or Audio MaterialSupplementalVideo or Audio Material  Second: complete required work in the following order:Second: complete required work in the following order:  Forum or AssignmentForum or Assignment  Quiz or ExamQuiz or Exam  Third:Third:  review optional reference materialsreview optional reference materials  Think About It!Think About It!
  • 20. ForumsForums  Forum:There are seven forumsForum:There are seven forums  Each forum will consider issues associated with the lesson planEach forum will consider issues associated with the lesson plan  Forums are not optionalForums are not optional  Students are required to participate in each forum in accordance withStudents are required to participate in each forum in accordance with the instructor’s direction.the instructor’s direction.  Student’s are required to adhere to timelines or risk having credit lost.Student’s are required to adhere to timelines or risk having credit lost.
  • 21. AssignmentsAssignments  Seven blocks will contain an assignmentSeven blocks will contain an assignment  Assignments are set up as online text or document upload submissionAssignments are set up as online text or document upload submission  With online text uploading a file is unnecessaryWith online text uploading a file is unnecessary  When you click the assignment link the assignment appearsWhen you click the assignment link the assignment appears  Follow the directions of the assignment.Follow the directions of the assignment.  Submit the answers to your assignment using the edit my submissionSubmit the answers to your assignment using the edit my submission button.button.  Consider cut ting and pasting the questions to save time.Consider cut ting and pasting the questions to save time.  Assignments must be submitted on time/no late assignments accepted.Assignments must be submitted on time/no late assignments accepted. Late submissions will result in lost credit.Late submissions will result in lost credit.
  • 22. QuizQuiz  Four (6) quizzes will be administered, not including the syllabus quizFour (6) quizzes will be administered, not including the syllabus quiz  Each quiz contains ten questionsEach quiz contains ten questions  Each quiz is worth a total of 20 pointsEach quiz is worth a total of 20 points  All quizzes will contain multiple choice and/or true/false questions.All quizzes will contain multiple choice and/or true/false questions.  The first two quizzes may be taken twice.The first two quizzes may be taken twice.  Remaining quizzes shall be taken once and will be timed for 3oRemaining quizzes shall be taken once and will be timed for 3o minutes.minutes.
  • 23. Semester ProjectSemester Project  Each student is required to complete the Semester ProjectEach student is required to complete the Semester Project  The project has a total accumulated value of 100 pointsThe project has a total accumulated value of 100 points  The project is introduced in Lessons 10 and 11The project is introduced in Lessons 10 and 11  Due on 12/9/2013Due on 12/9/2013
  • 24. Total PointsTotal Points  AssignmentsAssignments 70 pts70 pts 7 @ 10 pts each7 @ 10 pts each  ForumsForums 70 pts70 pts 7 @ 10 pts each7 @ 10 pts each  QuizzesQuizzes 120 pts120 pts 6 @ 20 pts. each6 @ 20 pts. each  MidTermMidTerm 50 pts50 pts 25 questions (2 pts)25 questions (2 pts)  ProjectProject 100 pts100 pts  Final ExamFinal Exam 100 pts100 pts 50 questions (2 pts)50 questions (2 pts)  Total Pts.Total Pts. 510 pts510 pts  Extra CreditExtra Credit 20 pts (lesson 1 & 15)20 pts (lesson 1 & 15)
  • 25. Total PointValue - GradeTotal PointValue - Grade  AA 459 – 510 points459 – 510 points 90 – 100 %90 – 100 %  BB 408 – 458408 – 458 80 – 8980 – 89  CC 357 - 407357 - 407 70 - 7970 - 79  DD 306- 356306- 356 60 – 6960 – 69
  • 26. Personal Grade ReviewPersonal Grade Review  SelectSelect “Grades” under the Administration heading on left side of“Grades” under the Administration heading on left side of screenscreen  Your point values will show for all completed activitiesYour point values will show for all completed activities  Grade categories include:Grade categories include:  AssignmentsAssignments  ForumsForums  QuizzesQuizzes  Mid-Term ExamMid-Term Exam  Final ExamFinal Exam  ProjectProject  Extra CreditExtra Credit  Total accumulated points shownTotal accumulated points shown
  • 27. Academic Honesty  Students are expected to complete their own original work  Students shall not plagiarize their work  Students shall not share or discuss their answers to a quiz or examination until the quiz or exam deadline has passed  In other words:  No Cheating!!!!!!!
  • 28. Check In ChatCheck In Chat  Approximately 3 weeks and 9 weeks into courseApproximately 3 weeks and 9 weeks into course  Dates and times to be announcedDates and times to be announced  Purpose: opportunity to give feedback, and receive updates.Purpose: opportunity to give feedback, and receive updates.  All students encouraged to participateAll students encouraged to participate

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