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Learning Communites for Fall 2009 

   

Fall 2009 Learning Communities

Theme:  STUDENT SUCCESS:  Designed for students who want to improve their chances for success these Learning Communities give you a foundation for success in college while also helping you explore cultural issues and increasing self-esteem.

Class

Days

Time

Section #

Instructor

Room

Units

English 70

TTH

11-1:30

  27866

J. Gillam

Holt 407

5

Guidance 5

MWF

11-12:00

  28234

D Baker

Shim 326

3

 

English 70

MWF

8-9:40

 54763

L. Nugent

Lock 108

5

Guidance 5 

TTH

10:30-12

 11183

D. Baker

Holt 317

3

 

Prerequisites:  Reading Level II and Composition Level II  and Math Level II

Math 80

M-TH

8-9:00

 56844

P. Hammer

Lock 316

4

Guidance 5

TTH

11-12:30

 88689

S. Whitt

Holt 401

3

English 79

MW

11-1:30

 25718

M. Slakey

Cunn 233

5

 

Theme:   MATH SUCCESS: This Learning Community gives you a foundation for success in math.  Math anxiety, math study skills, and test taking along with other college success strategies will be explored.

Guidance 19

W

10-11:00

  36277

C. Xiong

Shim 326

1

Math 74 - lecture

MF

10-11:00

  75322

K. Beale

Shim 326

1-3

Math 73 - lab

MWF

11-12:00

  75322

K. Beale

Shim 315

0

 

Theme:  AFFIRM:  The AFFIRM Learning Community  will share a learning experience and develop unity through the discovery of African American History; utilizing the power of the written word; and developing a recognition of personal cultural empowerment.

English 79

MWF

9-10:40

    53529

L. Williams

Lock 302

5

Hist 30 A

MWF

1-2:00

    88620

?

Cunn 324

3

Guidance 5

TTH

11-12:30

    57778

H. Robinson

Holt 305

3

 

Theme:  PUENTE  (Spanish for "bridge") is a national-award-winning program that has helped thousands of students to reach their dreams of college success with a curricular focus on Latino literature and experience.  Contact Heather Robinson at 954-5658 for more information.

Eng 79

MWF

8-9:45

    ******

P. Ramirez

Shim 206

5

Guidance 5

MWF

11-12:00

    ******

H. Robinson

Shim 122

3

 

Theme:  Finding Our Voices, Empowering Ourselves.  Using the written word to empower your voice.

English 1A

MW

1:30-3

     38446

B. Rennicks

Shim 408

3

Comm St 1A

TTH

9:30-11

     59833

S. Graham

Shim 319

3

Library Science 1

MW

12:30-1:30

     54477

J. Wang

Shim 408

1

 

Major Themed Learning Communities

Psychology:  Students will learn English grammar, writing, and vocabulary and will apply their writing skills to current topics in their psychology class.

Psy 1

MWF

9-10:00

   75641

E. Maloney

Holt 415

3

Eng 79

MWF

10-11:40

   69848

J. Hemmington

Cunn 325

5

 

Criminal Justice- Voicing Justice:  Exploring the Impact of the Criminal Justice System in our daily lives.

AJ 21

TTH

9:30-11:00

   13741

J. Hislop

Cunn 311

3

Eng 79

 TTH

11-1:30

   79608

G. Holden

Shim 132

5

 

Music:  Students will learn English grammar, writing, and vocabulary and will apply their writing skills to current topics in their music class

Eng 79

MWF

7:30-9:00

   34485

M. Blackford

Holt 317

5

Music 3A

M-F

9-10:00

   57910

A. Garner

Holt 317

4

 

STEM Majors:  These Learning Communities are designed for the student interested in a career in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) or obtaining a degree in a STEM field.  Contact Laura Ocha-Sanchez at 954-5473 for more information. 

Math 38A

M-Th

11-12:00

   63900

P. Hammer

Budd 321

4

Eng 1A

MWF

1-2:00

   97520

M. Hamilton

Budd 315

3

Guide 31

MTW

2-3:00

   20043

 

Lock 417

1

 

Math 82

M-Th

11-12:15

   22538

C. Williams

Lock 316

5

Engl 1A

MWF

1-2:00

   87784

M. Hamilton

Budd 315

3

Guid 31

MTW

2-3:00

   25187

      TBA

Lock 417

1

 

Math 1A                     M-TH    10-11:15              86670   S. Lindborg          Cunn 319    5

Guid  31                     MWF    11:30- 12:30       67590         TBA                Lock 301     1

 

Teacher Pipeline Program

The Teacher Pipeline Program/TAP Learning Community supports students on a pathway to becoming a math teacher in Middle School or High School.  Students in this community will have an opportunity for paid work experience.  Contact Sharon Daegling at 954-5472 for more information

Teacher Pipeline 1

Eng 1A                      MWF      9-10            ***** 

Math 38A                  M-Th      10-11           *****

Teacher Pipeline 2

Cdev 21                   MWF      8-9               *****

Hist 17A                   TTH       8-9:30          *****

 

CAT Program:  Performance, Presentation, and Pride:  The Makings of a Caterpillar Technician.  Contact the Applied Science and Technology Division office at 954-5230 for application information. 

CAT 90

Eng 79    

 

EOPS ACADEMY

This Learning Community is designed for EOPS students.

Contact the EOPS Office at 954-5682 for academy details and application information.

Guid 8                        TTH       8:30-10        *****             C. Louie    

Guid 107                     MW       9:00-10        *****             J. Rotert

Guid 30                       MW       10:00-11      *****             T. Giron

Guid 31                       MW       10:00-11      *****             T. Giron

Guid 34                      TBA .5 hrs week.

 

 

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