Instructor: Bob Riesenberg, MSW, MA, Ph.D.
Office Location: LDC Room 222
Office Hours: MWF 2:00-3:00; TTh 12:30-1:15 and by appointment
Winter Quarter, 2013
Downtown Bellingham and Bay from Alabama Hill Mount Baker from east of Baker Lake
Three courses taught by Bob Riesenberg at WCC are represented on this web page:
|Psych 100 General Psychology has many sections each quarter.
There are both hybrid and all classroom sections. One Fall hybrid
section is 50% in-class and 50% online work. The other hybrid section is
the former telecourse General Psychology. It is now a hybrid section
that is 20% classroom, 40% online, and 40% telecourse videos.|
|Psych 220 Abnormal Psychology is offered Fall and Winter Quarters.|
|Psych 240 Environmental Psychology is offered Spring Quarter 2013 . The course fulfills the "sustainability" degree requirement.|
All three courses meet WCC distribution requirements. Environmental Psychology also meets the Global requirement (G in the catalog) for the AA transfer degree from WCC. Abnormal Psychology also meets the Diversity requirement (D in the catalog).
|Lead Instructor for Introduction to Psychology through Washington Online (WAOL), the consortium of all community and technical colleges in Washington state for offering online courses, degree programs and certificates.|
|Developed the General Psychology for the Open Course Library Project of the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges. This is part of a larger project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to develop courses open to anyone to use or modify with very low cost for course materials. The project enables faculty to work on developing a new course in place of teaching a course in Fall and Spring quarters.|
|Sustainability - Chair of the WCC Sustainability Committee and Faculty Sustainability Coordinator.|
|Research - Developing assessments of the impact of sustainability education across the curriculum on related attitudes and behaviors|
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