During my teaching career at Eastern Florida College, I have created new classes for the Computer Science department, created a summer computer applications class for kids and even created and led faculty in-services for my college.
The following is a list of of these activities:
1. Developed and taught a two week summer computer applications program for kids. The class was offered as part of the Eastern Florida College Super Summer Fun Camps program for children. Many educational programs that were popular at the time were used. June 1995
2. Developed and taught a 1 credit hour undergraduate class titled: "Introduction to the Mac". August 1995
3. Developed and taught a two hour faculty workshop titled: "Maximizing Your Mac". Jan 1996
4. Developed and taught a two hour faculty workshop titled: "Introduction to Windows 95". Feb 1996
5. Created and taught a new 3 credit hour introductory programming class titled: "Principles of Programming" (Collaborated with professors from four Eastern Florida College campuses to create it.) June 2003
6. Created and taught a 3 credit hour class titled: "Web Programming Languages". August 2004
7. Created and taught two 3 credit hour undergraduate level Unix courses for Eastern Florida College titled: "Unix Fundamentals" and "Unix System Administration". Fall 2006
8. Worked with another professor to revise the course described in item # 6 above. We decided to create two classes under this subject titled: "Server Side Web Programming Languages" and "Client Side Web Programming Languages". Spring 2006
9. Due to the fact that few students were signing up for the advanced Unix class in item # 7, I decided to consolidate the most important parts of the two classes and create a new class. I also named the class: "Linux Networking and System Administration". Fall 2007
10. I created and taught a two hour faculty workshop titled: "Creating Better PowerPoint Presentations" to present at an Eastern Florida College faculty conference.