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Classes Taught

Since beginning my academic career I have taught the course listed below:

Future Classes:

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Fall 2014

Courses taught at Miami-Dade College

1. Social Environment (ISS 1200)

Type of Course: Undergraduate Level, 12-week course

Students Enrolled: 30

Type of Students:

 

*(All courses that follow were taught at Florida International University)

2. Introduction to Comparative Politics (CPO 2002)

Type of course: Undergraduate level, On-line

Students Enrolled: 27

Type of Students:

 

3. Introduction to International Relations (INR 2001)

Type of Course: Undergraduate Level

Students Enrolled: 28

Type of Students:

 

4. Politics of Development and Underdevelopment (CPO 4034)

Type of course: Undergraduate level, On-line

Students Enrolled: 20

Type of Students:

 

Summer 2014

1. Introduction to International Relations (INR 2001)

Type of Course: Undergraduate Level, On-Line

Students Enrolled: 40

Type of Students:

 

Spring 2014

1. Politics of Development and Underdevelopment (CPO 4034)

Type of course: Undergraduate level, On-line

Students Enrolled: 36

Type of Students:

 

Fall 2013

1. Introduction to Comparative Politics (CPO 2002)

Type of course: Undergraduate level, On-line

Students Enrolled: 39

Type of Students:

 

2. Politics of Development and Underdevelopment (CPO 4034)

Type of course: Undergraduate level, On-line

Students Enrolled: 37

Type of Students:

 

Summer 2013

1. Writing and Rhetoric I (ENC 1101)

Type of Course: Undergraduate Level,

Students Enrolled: 20

Type of Students:

 

Spring 2013

1. Writing and Rhetoric I (ENC 1101)

Type of Course: Undergraduate Level,

Students Enrolled: 27

Type of Students:

 

Fall 2012

1. Writing and Rhetoric I (ENC 1101)

Type of Course: Undergraduate Level,

Students Enrolled: 27

Type of Students:

 

Summer 2012

1. Writing and Rhetoric I (ENC 1101)

Type of Course: Undergraduate Level,

Students Enrolled: 27

Type of Students:

 

Spring 2012

1.Writing and Rhetoric I (ENC 1101)

Type of Course: Undergraduate Level
Students Enrolled:
27
Type of Students:Freshmen 89%, Sophomores 7%, Juniors 4%, Seniors 0%
There is a wide mix of students from the fields of: Economics, Criminal Justice,
pre-Engineering, pre-Health Sciences, pre-Political Science and International
Relations, pre-Computer Studies, and a few Undecided Majors.
 

Fall 2010

1. Politics of Development and Underdevelopment (CPO 4034)

Type of course: Undergraduate Level,
Students Enrolled:
53
Type of students:Freshmen 1%, Sophomores 9%, Juniors 52%, Seniors 38%
The majority of the students were Political Science and International Relations
Majors. There was also a mix of students from the fields of:
Criminal Justice and Economics.
Instructional Format:
Classes utilized a combination of teaching methods including; Mini
lectures and the socratic method for discussion of key concepts, as
well as the use of a variety of films during the thematic section for critical
analysis. This class was also web-assisted.
Assignments and Grading: Students were graded based on: attendance & participation, three critical
book reviews, submission of a take home paper,and a take home final combining the
use of films used for key themes and the theoretical content learned in the first
section

Summer 2010

1. Introduction to Comparative Politics (CPO 2002)
Type of course:Undergraduate level,
Students enrolled:
45
Type of students: Freshmen 36%, Sophomores 9%, Juniors 46%, Seniors 9%
The majority of the students were Political Science, International Relations, and
Communication majors. There was also a mix of students from the fields of:
Psychology, Engineering, biology, Economics and Nursing.
Instructional Format:
Classes utilized a combination of teaching methods
including; whole group lectures using powerpoint slides, discussion of key
concepts, themes, and film; using country cases specific to Latin America. This
class was also web-assisted.
Assignments and Grading: Students were graded based on: attendance & participation, four pop exams [focusing on the 4 major units of the class], submission of a 3-5 page reaction paper,and an in-class final exam.

Fall 2009

1. Politics of Development and Underdevelopment (CPO 4034)
Type of course: Undergraduate Level,
Students Enrolled:
46
Type of students:Freshmen 4%, Sophomores 17%, Juniors 50%, Seniors 28%
The majority of the students were Political Science and International Relations
Majors. There was also a mix of students from the fields of:
Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Psychology, and Liberal
Studies.
Instructional Format:
Classes utilized a combination of teaching methods
including; Mini lectures on theories, socratic method discussion of key concepts
and themes, as well as the use of film to compliment critical analysis. This class
was also web-assisted.
Assignments and Grading: Students were graded based on: attendance & participation, two critical
book reviews, submission of a 3-5 page take home paper,and a 10-page policy paper
final.

Summer 2009

1. Introduction to Comparative Politics (CPO 2002)
Type of course:Undergraduate level,
Students enrolled:
49
Type of students: Freshmen 17%, Sophomores 22%, Juniors 43%, Seniors 18%
The majority of the students were Political Science and International Relations
Majors. However there was also a mix of students from the fields of:
Communications, Criminal Justice, International businesses, Management, and Asian
Studies.
Instructional Format:
Classes utilized a combination of teaching methods including; whole group
lectures on theories, discussion of key concepts, themes, and country cases,
powerpoint visuals,and film. This class was also web-assisted.
Assignments and Grading: Students were graded based on: attendance & participation, an in class exam, submission of a 3-page reaction paper,and a research paper.

 

 

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