You will find here some basic information about me as a teacher, and also the classes I teach. I have taught in the Health Education department at CCSF since 2004 (http://www.ccsf.edu/healthed).
I am no longer the coordinator of the Trauma Prevention & Recovery Certificate in the Interdisciplinary Studies Dept but you can get more information about the certificate at www.ccsf.edu/trauma or you can contact Lauren Muller.
I have been teaching at CCSF since 2004, and have over 20 years of experience in adult education and community health. My work has touched on issues of human rights, violence prevention, gender, leadership development, cross-cultural understanding, workforce development and community mobilization. I love teaching at CCSF because of the diversity of students, the commitment of the faculty and the opportunity to make a difference. My classes are highly interactive, with activities, discussion and video in addition to lecture. I currently serve on the Executive Board of the faculty union, AFT 2121. I received my Masters in Public Health (Community Health Education) from U.C. Berkeley in 1998.
The Courses I Teach:
I have taught a number of different courses at City College. In the 2013-2014 year, I will teach the following courses. Each course has a link to another page, with more info on it.
HLTH 54: Introduction to Public Health (online) (fall 2013)
HLTH 48: Violence as a Public Health Issue (spring 2014)
HLTH 221: Health and Social Justice (fall 2013)
HLTH 33: Introduction to Health and Wellness (fall 2013) - Team teaching with Darouny Somsanith, MPH
HLTH 221 is part of the Metro Academy of Health and is limited to students in Metro. For more information about Metro, contact Beth Freedman at 239-3513 or visit this website: http://www.ccsf.edu/metrohealth
HLTH 48 is open to all students (no prerequisites) and it is also part of the Trauma Prevention & Recovery Certificate. For more information, see the subpage titled Trauma Certificate or go to http://www.ccsf.edu/trauma.
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More about HLTH 54, Intro to Public Health - ONLINE
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More about HLTH 48: Violence as a Public Health Issue (Prevention Strategies)