Higher Education in American Society-EDADM855
Education for Liberation-URED855
Education and Schooling in America-EDU1196
I am currently teaching two courses in the Adult and Organizational Development Program in the College of Education at Temple University. One course is Organizational Communication AOD-3396, and the other is Team Process in Education AOD-2176. The course blogs/sites are listed below:Organizational Communication-AOD 3396: http://orgcomm3396.wordpress.com Team Process in Education-AOD 2176: http://teamprocess2176.wordpress.com
In Fall 2013 I taught Organizational Communication AOD-3396 and Research Methods AOD-2201.
During Summer II-2013 I taught a graduate level course called Leadership and Management AOD-5532. This 8 day intensive course is offered through the College of Education and hosted at Church Teachers’ College in Mandeville, Jamaica.
During Summer I-2013 I taught an undergraduate course that I designed called Race and Gender in Organizations. This course uses film as a vehicle through which to explore issues of race, gender, social class, and ableism in order to make connections to organizational problems.
In Spring 2013 I taught Organizational Communication AOD-3396 and Team Process in Education AOD-2176.
In Fall 2012 I taught Organizational Communication AOD-3396 and Research Methods AOD-2201. This was my first semester teaching in the Adult and Organizational Development Program (AOD) as a full-time faculty member. I had previously taught courses in the Master’s Program in AOD when I was a grad student.
For twelve years I taught in the Intellectual Heritage Program in the College of Liberal Arts at Temple University. I also served as Associate Director of the Intellectual Heritage Program from 2009 until 2012. The IH Program offers two required General Education courses, Mosaic I and Mosaic II. I taught both courses including Honors Mosaic I and II.
I co-taught (and then later taught) a course with Dr. Mel Silberman in the Master’s Program in Adult and Organizational Development called Interpersonal Dynamics 501.