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05 January 2004 @ 07:52 am
First day of classes maybe  
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THEATER ARTS THEA-104 -01
Multmedia Authoring
Call Number Credits Gen Ed Reqs Instructor
38168 5.00 A Pearson,E.L.


Days Start End Activity Location
TR 02:00PM 03:45PM LEC Ta Mainstage A214
Maximum Class Size Number Enrolled Class Status Concurrent Enrollment
15 14 Open

Description
Introduces students to basic tools for the creation of multimedia digital projects. Special attention is given to the integration of video, sound, graphics, text and virtual reality and to the creation and execution of strategies for interaction between users and the projects themselves. With this in mind, students design and create computer puzzles and games.



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EDUCATION EDUC-160 -01
Educ Reform Issues
Call Number Credits Gen Ed Reqs Instructor
38008 5.00
Ogawa,R.T.


Days Start End Activity Location
MWF 02:00PM 03:10PM LEC Oakes Acad 106
Maximum Class Size Number Enrolled Class Status Concurrent Enrollment
40 39 Open

Description
Explores a variety of perspectives on key educational policy issues including desegregation, bilingual education, affirmative action, charter schools, national and state curriculum standards, student assessment and the assessment and certification of teachers.



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EDUCATION EDUC-125 -01
Tching Chldrn's Lit
Call Number Credits Gen Ed Reqs Instructor
38006 5.00
Scott,J.A.


Days Start End Activity Location
TR 10:00AM 11:45AM LEC Soc Sci 1 161
Maximum Class Size Number Enrolled Class Status Concurrent Enrollment
35 34 Open

Description
Offers opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to learn about fundamental aspects of children's literature, to increase their knowledge of range and quality of children's literature, to enhance their understanding of multicultural children's literature, and to develop ways to integrate children's literature into elementary and middle-school curriculum areas.


Course Priorities and Restrictions
All of the following restrictions apply
Restricted to juniors and seniors