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Fall 2005
Claim of Fact
A Fist in the eye of God
Concept Formation: Attributes Dynamically Inhabited From Conscious Awareness
Women, Sex And Darwin
Darwin
Pedagogy Of The Oppressed
Neurology Summary
Emotional Intelligence
The Intellegent Eye
The Allegory of the Cave
Psychology From A Culturec Perspective
Thinking Styles
Who I Am, How I Learn
Winter 2006
Claim of Fact
The Sane Society
Rethinking Primate Aggression
Domination & Subbordination
Blaming The Victim
The Social Construction of Reality & Stigma & Social Identity
Economic Justice: The American Class System
Deconstructing the Underclass & Constructing Race, Creating White Privilege
Citizenship as a Source of Obligation
Better Together: Restoring the American Community
Imperial, the Highest Stage
Imperialism 101, Shooting an Elephant & The Gentleman of the Jungle
Spring 2006

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That's Me! I love rock climbing!

The Progress I've Made

Inquiry & Critical Thinking

 

            The purpose of Inquiry & Critical Thinking is to get us, as students, to think and pose questions through a process which includes problem posing, investigating, and conceptualizing. This process helps us become active, self-motivated students. For this category I selected my reflection on: “The Sane Society” by Fromm. I chose this reflection because the article really challenged me to think and ask a lot of questions.

Communication

            The process of Communication is very important. Through various class and group discussions, partner projects as well as individual pieces we are able to build our communication skills, both verbally and non-verbally, with the help from technology and the use of other materials. . This process helps us become active, self-motivated students. For this category I selected my power point I did on “Tea Advertising and its ideological Support for Vertical Control over Production.” By Ramamurthy. This was my first partner project in college and it was so hard to get together to do it because trying to match up two college students schedules is nearly impossible.

 

Here is my little sister Sheryl (left) & myself (right) hiking in the Gorge. It is one of my favorite things to do here in Oregon year round.

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Diversity of Human Experience

            Diversity of Human Experience is a huge and very important skill to learn and use in our everyday lives. To better understand ourselves we must understand others first. By submerging ourselves in others texts, conversations, culture and lifestyle, we better understand the world as well as ourselves. This process helps us become active, self-motivated students. For this category I selected my reflection on: “Shooting an elephant” By Orwell and “Gentleman of the jungle” By Kenyatta. I selected these articles because I thought they were amazing and are really good examples of showing us all a different perspective, but yet we can relate to it.

Ethics & Social Responsibility

            Ethics & Social Responsibility is one of the most important skills a human can hold. Without this skill we would not be able to secure a functioning community. In essence we would have nothing. You get out of society what you put into it. . This process helps us become active, self-motivated students. For this category I selected my reflection on: “Citizenship a source of Obligation”. This article really brought my citizenship into perspective for me, I really never realized what I was given and what I haven’t given back.

 

Stacey Schiefelbein