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  • Walter W. Perlick Ph.D.
    Management College of Business Administration California State University Sacramento More About Professor Perlick Office Tahoe 2008 Office phone 916 278 7071 Office hours Look at Class Syllabus Email perlickw csus edu Current CSU Sacramento Courses PARIS XII INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/p/perlickw/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Faculty Page
    Classroom Applications and Integration Literature Presentation EdTe 387 Social Studies for the Secondary School Special Problems course Global Negotiation Project Integrating Technology and High School World History Papers and Publications CalStateTEACH curriculum guides Fall 1998 Stage 2 Activity Geography is Everywhere Stage 3 Activity Social Studies Unit Planning Stage 4 Activities Integrated Unit Planning Teaching Conflict Resolution Technology Guide Getting onto WebCT Spring 1999 Research Projects Interests PT3 P reparting T omorrow s T eachers to Use T echnology A three year U S Department of Education Grant Teacher training is a partnership between the university and school placements The purpose of the grant is to continue our past partnerships and provide greater solidification by jointly developing curriculum which is enhanced by technology and that may be used in methods courses or in the field by teachers and student teachers This will be accomplished by creating design teams around the typical course work in teacher education literacy math science social studies and foundations Each design team will have two teachers a technology mentor a College of Education faculty member and a university faculty member from Arts and Sciences During the course of the grant activities participants will have an opportunity to learn more about technology and its integration into the curriculum CalStateTEACH An online course designed for emergency credentialed teachers throughout California Participated in this chancellor s project in two capacities developed materials related to social studies which were integrated into an 18 month series of four study curriculum guides and helped develop sections of the technology guide Eureka Apple Learning Interchange Project A collaborative project with CSU Sacramento and Sonoma to create a website for university students and university education professors to submit and review work which infuses technology and curriculum Materials are for use in methods courses for

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/p/pfeiferj/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Hugh Pforsich's Home Page
    Hugh Pforsich s Web Page Office Tahoe 2098 Phone 916 216 0082 Email pforsich csus edu Spring 2016 ACCY 2 Principles of Managerial Accounting MBA 210 Managerial Accounting for MBAs

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/p/pforsichh/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Katherine Pinch :: home
    participate in the construction of knowledge Teaching methods should be chosen to fit specific situations but my pedagogical practices are grounded in a belief in experiential education I believe in constructivist learning theory and liberatory educational practice I wish to empower students through the learning process so that they take responsibility for their own learning and feel that through their education they can become advocates and active agents for positive change and growth for themselves and for society To these ends I construct a classroom environment that is supportive of discussion and free interchange of ideas I encourage debate and contend that it can be passionate and heartfelt and still respectful to others Opinions my vary but I want my students to feel free to debate passionately to interact with readings and with classroom work and with each other to listen with an open mind and not to feel threatened by questions but challenged positively by them My students know that I will always be asking Why or What does that mean or Can we expand on that or Where does that thought take us l encourage them to do the same thing and as the class progresses they learn how to ask these questions of each other and not to rely on me to do so Through this process they begin to realize that they ARE agents in their own learning that they DO have a knowledge base they can build on that they AREN T simply repositories for information that is poured into them and that they CAN think critically and become problem solvers Looking at the world critically and not simply accepting things as they are also helps students to realize that they CAN change themselves and the world and that perhaps they have an obligation to do so In line with my experiential approach to learning and the free flow of ideas the physical space that I utilize for teaching is also important My classroom seating arrangements for example are fluid We move chairs and other furniture into group and circle formations or push furniture aside entirely to free up space for an activity of some sort Often I shift from indoors to outdoors and back again as I take the class outside for an activity that I then use metaphorically to link back to theory or concepts we are dealing with in the course Using such an approach to learning also enables me to connect with the wide range of learning styles and needs of my students There will be something for the visual the kinesthetic or the oral learner and all will be stretched a little beyond their comfort zones to deal with the multiple ways that information will be presented to them in the world inside and outside of the university Similarly the tasks they undertake in class and the assignments they are asked to complete will be varied in terms of what I do and what they are expected to do from

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/p/pinch/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Dr. Dale Pletcher
    Department of Management TAH 2116 California State University Sacramento 916 278 6849 pletcher cba4 cba csus edu

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/p/pletcher/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Plummer's Web Page
    Photos January 2000 trip to Yucatan Peninsula and our October trip to Mexico and a shot of Popocatepetl erupting Photos J ust the October 2000 trip to Oaxaca and Mexico City Photo album of 1999 travels including famous scenic and geologic sites 1999 Newsletter At Tengboche Nepal Himalaya 12 800 feet elevation Everest group of mountains in the background Contact Information Name Dr Charles C Plummer Carlos Title Professor of Geology Emeritus fully retired spring 2003 E Mail Address PlummerCC at csus dot edu use the usual email format COURSES TAUGHT DURING LAST FEW YEARS AT CSUS Geol 1 General Geology Geol 10 Physical Geology Geol 101 Introduction to Geologic Mapping Geol 104 Metamorphic Petrology Geol 106 Optical Mineralogy Geol 119 Geologic Mapping Field course Geol 184 Geology FieldTrip Publications Plummer Carlson 2008 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY 12th Ed McGraw Hill available now Carlson Plummer McGeary 2008 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY EARTH REVEALED 7th Ed McGraw Hill Plummer Carlson McGeary 2007 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY 11th Ed McGraw Hill Plummer McGeary Carlson Eyles Eyles 2007 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY THE ENVIRONMENT 2nd Canadian Edition McGraw Hill Ryerson Carlson Plummer McGeary 2006 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY EARTH REVEALED 6th Ed McGraw Hill Plummer McGeary Carlson 2005 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY 10 th Ed McGraw Hill Plummer McGeary Carlson Eyles Eyles 2004 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY THE ENVIRONMENT 1st Canadian Edition McGraw Hill Ryerson Plummer McGeary Carlson 2003 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY 9 th Ed WCB McGraw Hill Plummer McGeary Carlson 2001 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY Updated 8 th Ed WCB McGraw Hill McGeary Plummer Carlson 2004 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY EARTH REVEALED 5th Ed WCB McGraw Hill The first edition of Plummer McGeary was published in 1979 by Wm C Brown Publishers Plummer McGeary 1996 INTERACTIVE PLATE TECTONICS CD ROM Wm C Brown Publishers Plummer C C 2003 OVERCOMING THE CURSE OF THE FLATLAND CAMPUS GIVING A FIELD TRIP EXPERIENCE TO

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/p/plummerc/PLUMMER.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Faculty Page
    8 Papers and Publications Economics for Social Workers The Social Consequences of Economic Globalization with Strategies for Community Action Publication in process expected date of printing 1999 Course Syllabus on International Social Work Global Dimensions in Policy Analysis and Social Development Practice SW196D in Global Perspectives in Social Work Education A Collection of Course Outlines on International Aspects of Social Work 1997 Compiled by Lynne M Healy and Yvonne W Asamoah Alexandria Virginia Council on Social Work Education Co author with Dorothy Van Soest 1997 Chapters 12 From Violence and Trauma to Processes of Healing and 13 Toward Solution Approaches to Healing The Global Crisis of Violence Washington D C NASW Press The Findings of Research on Gender Social Development Issues Vol 16 No 1 1994 Women Social Development and the State in Latin America Social Development Issues Vol 14 No 1 1992 Research Projects Interests International Social Work professional exchanges with Nicaragua El Salvador Colombia Mexico Macedonia Economics economic theory the social and environmental impact of economic globalization and trade policies community economic development and their relevance for social work Social Welfare evaluation of welfare policies and practices based on consequences for families and communities Levels and Cycles of

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/p/prigoffa/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Professor Donna Provenza
    t y Professor Donna Provenza dept home csus home Welcome To Sociology Courses Areas of Specialty Contact Information Title Sociology Professor Office Location Amador 451 C Hours Spring 2006 MWF 11 00 am 11 50 am E mail donnaprovenza yahoo

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/p/provenzad/ (2016-02-12)
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