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CIS 140 - 9032
Intro to Google Apps
Interested in how to use Google Applications for fun? Maybe you want to know how Google can help you make your workflow more efficient? Are you a teacher and interested in learning more...maybe becoming a Google Certified Educator?! Or maybe you just want to learn more about Google so you can keep in contact with your family members?
This course examines the major physical, psychosocial, and cognitive/language developmental milestones for children, both typical and atypical, from conception through adolescence. Emphasis is placed on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors. Students will observe children, evaluate individual differences, and analyze characteristics of development at various stages according to developmental theories.
ECE 130 - Child, Family and Community
This course presents an examination of societal influences and the role of collaboration between family, community, and schools in supporting children's development. Community resources supporting children and their families within their cultures and communities are introduced.
ECE 144 - Diversity in Early Childhood Education
This course examines the impact of various societal influences on the development of children's social identity. Developmentally appropriate, inclusive, and anti-bias approaches are discussed. Self-examination and reflection on issues related to social identity, stereotypes, and bias will also be emphasized.
SRC has open sections of English 122, First Year Composition—a required course for all transfer students and a gateway course for most upper-level courses that involve writing. This course will not only sharpen your writing skills on both the organizational and sentence level, but also provide a rich trove of readings and ideas that will stimulate your thinking and deepen your perspective on the issues that matter—family, language, culture, identity. Enroll today!
Space available in English 122-9025, English 122-9028 and English 122-9090 or English 122L-9202 (for students who wish additional support in English). For additional information, please contact Charles Shackett (email@example.com)
Hist 120 - History of the United States Before 1865
We'll cover American history from what Native American societies were like before the arrival of Europeans to the founding of the United States and through the end of the Civil War. This semester we'll focus in particular on the "First Thanksgiving" in 1621 and its legacy.
Hist 122 - Critical Reasoning in History
We'll hone our critical thinking skills by spending the semester studying World War II. We'll use a range of source-materials, from first-person written accounts to oral histories, and even manga; we'll dissect propaganda; we'll explore digital archives; and (health guidelines permitting) we'll visit a site of importance in World War II right here in the East Bay!
Hist 181 - World History Since 1500
Journey with us through World History as we trace the interconnected histories of the Americas, Asia, Africa and Europe from the 1500s to the present and use them to make sense of the world around us today. Along the way, we'll meet Malintzin, the indigenous woman who served as Hernando Cortés' translator during the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire, and Nakazawa Keiji, whose manga series Barefoot Gen documents his experiences as a child, in Hiroshima, Japan, during World War II.
PHYS 120 - General College Physics I
This course is the first semester of a two-semester sequence (PHYS-120 and PHYS-121) designed for majors other than engineering and physical sciences such as life science and allied health majors among others. It includes an algebra-based lecture and laboratory study of mechanics, heat and sound.