I view teaching as a collaborative process of creating and sustaining an environment in which learning takes place. I do this by recognizing the skills and understandings we all bring to the learning context; fostering an evolving sense of critical humanism; and providing ample room for reflection. I am trained in and work from an outcomes-based model of education.
I currently teach six courses on a regular and rotating basis. You can visit the most recent website for each by clicking on the titles below.
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• HIST 17 CH: Chicano/Latino Histories
• HIST 25 CH: All Power to the People! Social Movements for Justice
• HIST 101C CH: Chicana/Latina Feminist Histories
• HIST 127 CH: American Inequality
• HIST 101S CH: Latina/o Oral Histories
• CHST 101 CH: Community Partnerships (CP)
• CHST 125 CH: Latinas/os in the 20th Century