Hispanic studies portfolio ProjectHispanic studies portfolio Project
The Portfolio consists of an organized collection of students’ intellectual work and activities that reflects knowledge, understanding, interest, and accomplishments over a period of two years in the Hispanic Studies major
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Aml2410: Topics in American Literature and Culture section 4800: Early American Women WritersAml2410: Topics in American Literature and Culture section 4800: Early American Women Writers
Texts read in this class will include those by Anne Bradstreet, Mary Rowlandson, Phillis Wheatly, Susanna Rowson, Hannah Foster, Sarah Kemble Knight and Elizabeth Ashbridge. We will also read several critical essays to help us contextualize this
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Difficult Dialogues: Race & Public Policy in the U. SDifficult Dialogues: Race & Public Policy in the U. S
Difficult Dialogues program, which was originally designed (and funded by the Ford Foundation) to help promote open scholarly inquiry, academic freedom, and respect for different cultures and beliefs on the campus
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Dept. Eng. Course: Engl. 10 (H)Dept. Eng. Course: Engl. 10 (H)
While I attempt to be thorough in my class introduction and syllabus, I cannot possibly anticipate every academic or disciplinary issue that may occur during a given school year
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Engl 1101 Syllabus ~ Fall 2016 Contact InformationEngl 1101 Syllabus ~ Fall 2016 Contact Information
Office Hours and Location: 10: 00-11: 00 mw; 3: 15-4: 15 tr; 9: 00-11: 00 and 12: 00-2: 00 F; and otherwise by appointment, Academic Building 103H
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Collegewide course outline of recordCollegewide course outline of record
Prerequisites: Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of “C” or better in engl 083 Reading Strategies for College and engl 093 Introduction to College Writing, or engl 095 Integrated Reading and Writing
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Informal assessment usefulness of Norm-Referenced TestsInformal assessment usefulness of Norm-Referenced Tests
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Aml 2070-8599 Survey of American Literature InstructorAml 2070-8599 Survey of American Literature Instructor
Class Time: Tu 2nd-3rd periods, Th 3rd period Office Hours: Tu and Th 4th per or by appt
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Accreditation of Prior and Experiential Learning (apel)Accreditation of Prior and Experiential Learning (apel)
This learning may have come about as the result of a course, self-directed study or as the result of experience either at work or in leisure pursuits”
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Advanced placement world history syllabusAdvanced placement world history syllabus
World History high school credit. This is a rigorous academic course which utilizes a nontraditional approach to history. History is viewed through common threads of humanity over time- political, religious, intellectual, militaristic
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Advanced Placement (“AP”) World History 2016-2017 Course Syllabus sheldon early college high school instructor: Sheryl Raffat Saeed, M. A. EmailAdvanced Placement (“AP”) World History 2016-2017 Course Syllabus sheldon early college high school instructor: Sheryl Raffat Saeed, M. A. Email
World History high school credit. This is a rigorous academic course that gives students an opportunity to view history through common threads of humanity, both over and across vast spans of time
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Scoring ap essays scale 1-9Scoring ap essays scale 1-9
Ap essays are analytical essays. The essays need to reflect the how rather than the what
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Application deadline: may 10, 2009Application deadline: may 10, 2009
Applicant requests school records from Registrar’s office
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Contributions to PedagogyContributions to Pedagogy
The Contributions that Africa Can Make to the Conceptualization of Pedagogical Practices and Theories of the Contemporary Public School Classroom
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Emergency Medicine Rotation Student Manual The University of Maryland School of MedicineEmergency Medicine Rotation Student Manual The University of Maryland School of Medicine
Students will gain crucial skills in patient assessment and stabilization. Emphasis is placed on teaching students how to develop a working differential diagnosis and how to appropriately narrow it
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