Modern Languages & Literatures and Interdisciplinary Studies:
What do you do at the school of Arts & Humanities?
ASC for Modern Languages and Literatures and ASC for Interdisciplinary Studies.
Where did you go to college and what was your major or field of study?
CSUB! Class of 2014: Major – Religious Studies with a Minor in English Literature
What are the most rewarding aspects of your job?
Working with amazing faculty and students
Where is your favorite place to eat?
Breakfast at Old River Grill
Lunch at Lengthwise
Dinner at Café Med
What was the last book you read?
I got hooked on the Mortal Instruments series and just finished City of Glass, but I’m taking a break and reading “Gilead” by Marilynne Robinson
What do you like to do for fun?
Read – Play Sudoku – Ride my bike
If you could visit any country in the world, where would you go?
Any of the Scandinavian countries.
Do you have any words of advice for our students?
Ask questions! Ask more questions.
What drives you crazy?
The sound of people scuffing their heals when they drag their feet!
Students enrolled in Dr. Dianne Turner's ART 3100 "Art in the Elementary Classroom" are teacher candidates majoring in Liberal Studies, Special Education, Child, Family and Adolescent Studies, and Art Education. ART 3100 is a Service Learning Course which means the students spend about 10 hours in the classroom teaching art. These students will eventually enter a program to earn a credential.
This semester the students are studying artists of the 1980s and will be teaching about them at Ronald Reagan Elementary School (in grades 1, 2, and 4) with the help from CSUB Alumna Mrs. Ellen Ansolabehere, to develop their skills for when they want to become classroom teachers.
To help understand what the 80s culture is about students presented a celebration of presentations at the CSUB campus that will also be presented to the Reagan children. The topics they presented were on 80s children's television, 80s inventions, 80s vocabulary, 80s fashion, and much more.
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