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Liki Lab and On-line Stores: My New ‘Fave’ in Teaching

Published December 1, 2015  |  Fashion Design

Natacha Tremblay Teacher, Collège LaSalle

During the fall semester of 2014, I attended a presentation on Liki Labs that was organized as part of the Ped Day at my college. It was love at first sight! Right away, I decided to work with the platform for second half of a course I would be teaching during the winter semester of 2015, entitled Sales Office or Store Layout.

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Concept Mapping: A Great Instructional Strategy That Encourages Transfer of Knowledge and Critical Thinking

Published August 30, 2018  |  Fashion Design

Heather Sorella Teacher, Collège LaSalle

A while back, in a marketing strategy course of the Fashion Marketing Program, I integrated a project where students would identify the problems experienced by a fashion retailer who was struggling. They then had to propose solutions, find objectives and strategies and create an action plan. It became a very linear project for the students: 2 assignments of 20 marks each. The students would get into groups of 5 and divide up the work, “You do part A, you do part B and I’ll do part C…” etc. Each student would summit their part and the assignment had very little cohesiveness. I even had to tell the students to at least assign the proofreading of the entire work to one of the members of the group and make sure they all used the same font. I could tell which of the students were doing the work.

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Integrating E-Commerce Skills into Our Pedagogy

Published December 14, 2014  |  Fashion Design

Heather Sorella Teacher, Collège LaSalle
Maureen Buck Teacher, Collège LaSalle

This is how two teachers, Heather Sorella and Maureen Buck, from the Fashion Marketing program at College LaSalle, came to develop an E-commerce AEC. During an industry internship, Maureen recognized the growing demand for E-commerce in the fashion industry. Both teachers decided that their students needed to have E-commerce knowledge in preparation for entering the workplace. As a result, the Fashion Department Co-coordinator, Sandra Parker, decided to implement a one semester 180 hour (120 academic/ 60 internship) E-commerce Retail Specialist AEC.

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Where Fashion Meets Technology

Published November 7, 2010  |  Fashion Design

Heather Sorella Teacher, Collège LaSalle

Heather Sorella feels that ilasalle's online curriculum is bringing the needle trade out of prehistoric times. Dynamically synchronous and highly international, ilasalle is bringing fashion education to another level.

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Tweeting the Benefits of Twitter

Published March 20, 2011  |  Fashion Design

Maggy Richmond-Mhairig Teacher, Collège LaSalle

Maggie Richmond became aware of MySpace and Facebook when she realized that a lot of her students were using them and furthermore inviting her to see their page or their blog. This is an account of how Maggie channeled her students' interests into the development of important resources for her courses and her use of Twitter in her classes.

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Published August 30, 2018

Concept Mapping: A Great Instructional Strategy That Encourages Transfer of Knowledge and Critical Thinking

Heather Sorella Teacher, Collège LaSalle

A while back, in a marketing strategy course of the Fashion Marketing Program, I integrated a project where students would identify the problems experienced by a fashion retailer who was struggling. They then had to propose solutions, find objectives and strategies and create an action plan. It became a very linear project for the students: 2 assignments of 20 marks each. The students would get into groups of 5 and divide up the work, “You do part A, you do part B and I’ll do part C…” etc. Each student would summit their part and the assignment had very little cohesiveness. I even had to tell the students to at least assign the proofreading of the entire work to one of the members of the group and make sure they all used the same font. I could tell which of the students were doing the work.

Fashion Design

Real Life Stories

Published December 1, 2015

Liki Lab and On-line Stores: My New ‘Fave’ in Teaching

Natacha Tremblay Teacher, Collège LaSalle

During the fall semester of 2014, I attended a presentation on Liki Labs that was organized as part of the Ped Day at my college. It was love at first sight! Right away, I decided to work with the platform for second half of a course I would be teaching during the winter semester of 2015, entitled Sales Office or Store Layout.

Fashion Design

Real Life Stories

Published December 14, 2014

Integrating E-Commerce Skills into Our Pedagogy

Heather Sorella Teacher, Collège LaSalle
Maureen Buck Teacher, Collège LaSalle

This is how two teachers, Heather Sorella and Maureen Buck, from the Fashion Marketing program at College LaSalle, came to develop an E-commerce AEC. During an industry internship, Maureen recognized the growing demand for E-commerce in the fashion industry. Both teachers decided that their students needed to have E-commerce knowledge in preparation for entering the workplace. As a result, the Fashion Department Co-coordinator, Sandra Parker, decided to implement a one semester 180 hour (120 academic/ 60 internship) E-commerce Retail Specialist AEC.

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