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Fall 2017

Section 0772 of ENGL1A
College Composition -- : Aug 21 - Dec 13 2017

Section 1375 of ENGL309
College Reading and Writing -- Extensive Writing Emphasis -- : Aug 22 - Dec 14 2017
The above section is a NEW course offered by the English department that will utilize innovative teaching methods. English 309 is open to all students placing into 305.1, 307, and 100, and will invite students to critically read, write, think and engage with college-level texts. Please note that the class meets for five hours each week; students will need another 10 hours each week outside of class to complete reading and writing assignments. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be eligible to enroll in English 1A.

Section 2099 of ENGL309
College Reading and Writing -- Extensive Writing Emphasis -- : Aug 22 - Dec 14 2017
The above section is a NEW course offered by the English department that will utilize innovative teaching methods. English 309 is open to all students placing into 305.1, 307, and 100, and will invite students to critically read, write, think and engage with college-level texts. Please note that the class meets for five hours each week; students will need another 10 hours each week outside of class to complete reading and writing assignments. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be eligible to enroll in English 1A.

Spring 2017

Section 4787 of ENGL1A
College Composition -- : Jan 17 - May 18 2017

Section 6225 of ENGL309
College Reading and Writing -- Extensive Writing Emphasis -- : Jan 17 - May 18 2017
The above section is a NEW course offered by the English department that will utilize innovative teaching methods, including acceleration. English 309 is open to all students placing into 305.1, 307, and 100, and will invite students to critically read, write, think and engage with college-level texts. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be eligible to enroll in English 1A.

Sonoma State University
Masters in Education: Reading, Thinking, and Learning

San Jose State University
Single-Subject Teaching Credential
French and English

San Diego State University
Bachelors of Arts
Major: French
Minor: English

Academic Experience: 

Santa Rosa Junior College 1995-Present
English Instructor

Sonoma State University-1995-2008 
Education Department Lecturer and Supervisor

Airport Health Club--1991-2008 
Masters Swim Coach

Santa Clara High School--1988-1990
French/English Teacher

Professional Areas of Interest: 

Literacy Across the Curriculum

Learning Communities and Interdisciplinary Studies

Accelerated Instruction

Professional Involvement and Community Service: 

Honors and Awards: 

Welcome to SRJC. I hope you enjoy all of your learning experiences here.
I have been teaching English at SRJC since 1995.  I strive to establish and maintain learning-centered classrooms  that  enable all students to develop the reading, writing, and critical thinking skills required in their academic, social, and professional communications.