Fall 2020

Section 0377 of CSKLS373
Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning -- : Aug 31 - Dec 14 2020

Section 0379 of CSKLS373
Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning -- : Aug 18 - Dec 10 2020

Section 1125 of CSKLS363
Pre-Algebra Skills -- : Sep 01 - Oct 15 2020

Section 4131 of CSKLS770
Supervised Tutoring -- : Aug 17 - Dec 17 2020
The Tutorial Center is located in the Doyle Library, Rm 4251. It is open MTWTh from 8am-7:00pm and F 8am-3pm.

Spring 2020

Section 4477 of CSKLS373
Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning -- : Jan 14 - May 14 2020

Section 4513 of CSKLS373
Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning -- : Feb 03 - May 20 2020

Section 6071 of CSKLS770
Supervised Tutoring -- : Jan 13 - May 22 2020
The College Skills Drop-In math lab is located in Analy Village, room 618. Open MTWTh 9am-4pm and F 9am-2pm.

Felicia's schedule varies each semester, but generally she teaches Monday through Thursday beginning at 8:00am.

  • Stanford University, Stanford, CA, PhD in Math Education, 2016
  • Stanford University, Stanford, CA, PhD Minor in Spanish Language, 2016
  • Garcia Robles Fulbright Scholar, 2015
  • Lyndon State College, Lyndonville, VT, Masters in Curriculum and Instruction, 1996
  • Johnson State College, Johnson, VT, Bachelors in Mathematics, 1992
  • CLAD/CTELCalifornia Certificate to teach English Learners, since 2007
  • California Secondary Math Certification, since 2004

Felicia enjoys teaching math at the Santa Rosa Junior College in California, because community college students are her favorite students to teach--partly because she started out as a student in community college herself. Felicia Darling is an instructor, author, researcher, teacher educator, and speaker who would like to see every person actualize their greatest human potential. She is a first-generation college student, anti-racist, LGBTQ+ Ally, and UndocuAlly who has taught math and education courses for 30 years at the secondary, undergraduate, and graduate levels. She possesses a PhD in Math Education from Stanford University and is a Fulbright Scholar. Check out Felicia’s CV here.

Felicia wrote, Teachin’ It! Breakout Moves that Break Down Barriers for Community College Students.  Teachin’ It! offers practical ideas to help instructors bolster the success of students seeking to attain their educational dreams–especially students underrepresented among those with four-year degrees. Her inclusive teaching approach focuses on: (1) co-developing a community of learners with students; (2) illuminating students' assets; (3) using culturally responsive instruction; and (4) fostering a classroom environment where students from all backgrounds feel safe to develop their unique identities as powerful lifelong learners. Her work is highlighted in national press such as The Chronicle of Higher EdEducation Week, Inside Higher EdJournal of Mathematics and Culture, and North East Public Radio.

Currently, Felicia is writing, The Ripple Effect: Becoming the Change We All Need.  The Ripple Effect is a self-help book that is not just about helping oneself. While The Ripple Effect does offer practical ideas to heal past hurts, resolve trauma, and transform limiting beliefs about one’s self and others, it does so to support a reader’s unique journey to become an agent of positive change in the world. To try out a free rejuvenating, guided breathing and the body scan contained in the book, click here. Also, Felicia would love to lead a free, relaxing and rejuvenating breathing, body scan, or meditation session for any student groups.