From Faculty: Posts On Teaching & Learning

Welcome, Ernesto Querijero to WCC!  Ernesto is the English Department’s newest faculty member. What is your favorite English class to teach at WCC? My favorite English class to teach at WCC is Composition 111. It is a challenging course that offers students the opportunity to develop their writing skills and show what they can do. …

Teaching Online: The 21st Century Classroom Your colleagues have raved about it, and now you can experience this offering of Teaching Online: The 21st Century Classroom. This four week online class explores the theory and pedagogy behind successful e-learning and teaching. Not only will you learn techniques for online collaboration and instructional tools for connecting …

~ sustaining a quality education ~  A Note for the Blackboard Help-with-a-capital-“H” Desk I wish I could be a computer wiz. I also wish I could be a chess champion and an Olympic diver, but I’ll leave all these wishes to my daydreams. At this point in my life, I figure I’ll do what I …

sustaining a quality education  ~ with Nagash Clarke  ~ Let them eat cake . . . I gave my class the option to bring in snacks to share with the entire class. Each week a different group of students sign-up for this. Nothing brings more joy than the promise of sugar! Yes most of the …

  When did you first start working at WCC?  What brought you here initially?  I started working at WCC in September of 1989. I had completed my associate degree at WCC and transferred to EMU in the early 1970’s. At EMU, I completed a BS in Psychology and then a Masters in Guidance and Counseling. …