Thursday, November 24, 2011

Doctoral Coursework...

Completed Coursework, Thus Far:
DOCTORAL SUCCESS ORIENTATION [completed]
COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES [completed]

PLANNING AND LEADING CHANGE [completed]

DOCTORAL PROGRAM ORIENTATION SEMINAR [completed]

LEADERSHIP THEORY AND PRACTICE [completed]

CREATIVE AND CRITICAL THINKING [completed 1st Year Residency 3/2011]

SOCIAL CONTEXTS AND CONTEMPORARY ISSUES [completed]

INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP [completed]

FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF SOUND RESEARCH [completed]

RESEARCH DESIGN [completed]

DEVELOPMENTAL AND LEARNING THEORIES [completed]

DOCTORAL SEMINAR I [2nd Year Residency 3/2012]

CURRICULUM THEORY [completed]

CURRICULUM DESIGN [completed]

 INSTRUCTIONAL MODELS [completed]

 DOCTORAL SEMINAR II [completed]

 COLLABORATIVE CASE STUDY [completed]

 DOCTORAL SEMINAR III [3rd Year Residency 11/2012]

 ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING [completed]

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION [completed]

SUPERVISION OF CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION [completed]

 CONTEMPORARY POLICY ANALYSIS AND DEVELOPMENT [completed]

PROGRAM EVALUATION [completed]

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION [completed]


Friday, July 15, 2011

My Life as a Doctoral Learner

Study Time ________________________________________*
Work (instructor) ___________________________*
Prayer ________________________________________*
Exercise _____________________*
Sleep ____________*
Social Life __*
Eat ________________*

Monday, April 25, 2011

SF Intl Film Festival

Went to the San Francisco International Film Festival. One particular documentary that stood out was called Crime After Crime-The Battle to Free Debbie Peagler.

CRIME AFTER CRIME is the exclusive documentary film on the legal battle to free Debbie Peagler, a woman imprisoned for over a quarter century due to her connection to the murder of the man who abused her. She finds her only hope for freedom when two rookie attorneys with no background in criminal law step forward to take her case…

In 1983, Deborah Peagler, a woman brutally abused by her boyfriend, was sentenced to 25 years-to-life for her connection to his murder. Twenty years later, as she languished in prison, a California law allowing incarcerated domestic-violence survivors to reopen their cases was passed.

http://crimeaftercrime.com/

Friday, March 25, 2011

1st Year Residency in Phoenix AZ

I just completed LDR 711A Leadership Theories and Practice. I'm currently in Phoenix for five days on my 1st Year Residency PHL 700R Creative and Critical Thinking.