Spring 2023

Section 5448 of CSKLS731
Basic Academic Skills and GED Preparation I -- : Jan 19 - Mar 16 2023
La sección de arriba enseña matemáticas/ ciencias/ estudios social/ escritura básicas en español. Esta sección requiere una tarjeta / cuenta de la biblioteca del condado de Sonoma. How can I get a Sonoma County library card?

Section 6191 of CSKLS733
Basic Academic Skills and GED Preparation III -- : Feb 07 - May 25 2023
This section has Math/Science emphasis to prepare students for the credit Math pathway. Students are to attend live online meetings for each class session at the days/time(s) listed. Students are expected to be online with reliable internet, mic, This section has Math/Science emphasis to prepare students for the credit Math pathway. Students are to attend live online meetings for each class session at the days/time(s) listed. Students are expected to be online with reliable internet, mic, and/or camera during the entire scheduled window.

Section 6395 of CSKLS770
Supervised Tutoring -- : Jan 18 - May 26 2023
The Tutorial Center is available for in person and online tutoring with SRJC tutors. It is open MTWTh from 8am-7:00pm; F 8am-4:00pm; Sat-Sun 11:00am-5:00pm. Visit SRJC Tutorial Centers for more information.

Section 6609 of CSKLS732
Basic Academic Skills and GED Preparation II -- : Mar 28 - May 18 2023
La sección de arriba enseña matemáticas/ ciencias/ estudios social/ escritura básicas en español. Esta sección requiere una tarjeta / cuenta de la biblioteca del condado de Sonoma. How can I get a Sonoma County library card?

Fall 2022

Section 1903 of CSKLS733
Basic Academic Skills and GED Preparation III -- : Aug 29 - Dec 12 2022
This section has Math/Science emphasis to prepare students for the credit Math pathway. Students are to attend live online meetings for each class session at the days/time(s) listed above. Students are expected to be online with reliable internet, mic, and/or camera during the entire scheduled window.

Section 2867 of ADLTED791
Personal Finance -- : Aug 18 - Oct 06 2022
This section will be taught bilingually: Spanish & English. This section requires students to attend live online meetings for each class session at the days/time(s) listed above. Students are expected to be online with reliable internet, mic, and/or camera during the entire scheduled window.

Section 4130 of CSKLS770
Supervised Tutoring -- : Aug 15 - Dec 14 2022
The Tutorial Center is available for in person and online tutoring with SRJC tutors. It is open MTW from 9am-7:00pm; Th from 9:00am-6:00pm and F 10:30-4:00pm. Visit https://college-skills.santarosa.edu/srjc-tutorial-centers for more information.

No office hours

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
  • Vermont State University, Lyndonville, VT, Masters in Curriculum and Instruction, 1996
  • Vermont State University, Johnson, VT, Bachelors in Mathematics, 1992
  • CLAD/CTELCalifornia Certificate to teach English Learners, since 2007
  • California Secondary Math Certification, since 2004
  • Vermont Community College, 1984

Felicia loves teaching math at the Santa Rosa Junior College--and now at the Fall Program for Freshman at UC Berkeley. She likes teaching community college students and first year students--because she started out as a student in community college herself. She is a first-generation college student who lived in poverty, so she understands the challenges of being successful in college when one has fewer resources. She is an anti-racist, LGBTQ+ Ally, and UndocuAlly. She wants every student to feel like they belong in college, since students who feel like they belong in college, finish college. She possesses a PhD in Math Education from Stanford University and is a Fulbright Scholar. She has taught math and education courses for 30 years at the secondary, undergraduate, and graduate levels. Her research, teaching, and writing focus on trauma-informed and inclusive approaches to teaching--and living. We do not have to wait until we are perfect to make the world a more just and compassionate place!

Felicia wrote, Teachin’ It! Breakout Moves that Break Down Barriers for Community College Students. Teachin’ It! offers practical ideas to help instructors facilitate inclusive, active learning that reaches every student. She also published research about culturally inclusive instruction and Yucatec Maya and math. Read about her work in The Chronicle of Higher EdEducation Week, Inside Higher EdJournal of Mathematics and Culture, and North East Public Radio. Currently, Felicia is finishing Empathy Unchained: How imperfect beings can create a perfect world, which will be out in 2022. This book highlights her own and others' journeys to heal past trauma related to armed sexual assaults, long-term homelessness, car accidents, brain surgery, a broken heart, and childhood abuse. Also, it focuses on how we can dismantle systems of discrimination and rebuild inclusive systems by exploring our implicit biases and growing our anti-racist practices. Felicia loves to lead a guided breathing, meditation, and Little Points of Light body scan. To rejuvenate and relax, watch the video (click here).

Professional Involvement and Community Service

Faculty Advisor of the SRJC FLIP Club. This is a student club for First-Generation-College, Low-Income Students.