EDCC 892 Leadership Fall 2000


EDCC 892 C Related Material

Thought for the week: "The aim of education must be the training of independently acting and thinking individuals who, however, see in the service to the community their highest life achievement. The school should always have as its aim that the young person leave it as a harmonious personality, not as a specialist. Otherwise he - with his specialized knowledge - more closely resembles a well-trained dog than a harmoniously developed person."
- Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
Music for the week: Can you paint with all the colors of the wind? :: Dare you trust the music of the night?
Recommended Reading: The Feel-Good Curriculum by Maureen Stout
Here is a sample exam (with answers) I give my classes.
Take a look at this Smithsonian Associates' Physics and the Universe short course.
Here's some sites to learn about THE FIFTIES for Laura's teaching demonstration Here's my Annotated Bibliography which is geared to those interested in physics and astronomy
Here's a list of sites you can use for getting wise: Check here for electronic response assignments from classmates: Take a look at my SELF EVALUTATION which addresses some of the comments I received
Transparencies from my Teaching Demonstration are now available on line.
See this message for directions to the library orientation room for 15 July 2000 10-12
See this message about library orientation on 15 July 2000 10-12 Regarding the Syllabus Presentation from 11 July 2000
Please note that I did not expect to have to "role-play" in my presentation of the syllabus. In fact, if you take a look at the full presentation that I had prepared (see link above), you will find additional slides about how I actually developed the syllabus for a course that will be taught in the Fall 2000 at NVCC Alexandria. I do not like "role-playing" or acting. To me, considering how you might approach different scenarios is another matter, and not the same as "acting."

Links of interest provided by classmates and me

Syllabi from Astronomy Courses at Community Colleges


EDCC 892 A Related Material including presentations


EDCC 801 Related Material including presentations


EDCC General Resource Links

Here's a link to finding online community colleges: Here's links to community college associations material:

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