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Courses

ECE 110-111W Lecture | Fall 2022 | J. Longley

ECE 110-111W Lecture | Fall 2022 | J. Longley

This course examines the psychological and psychosocial foundations of early childhood and relates these foundations to educational practice with young children, birth to eight years. It focuses on historical and contemporary theories of childhood development. Early learning is considered in relation to biological factors, child and family factors, program factors and social factors, particularly in diverse urban settings. Young children’s physical, cognitive, communicative, social and emotional development is explored as contributors to and as consequences of early learning experiences. This course requires 15 hours of fieldwork.

ENG 201: Introduction to Literature Fall 2022 [Conway]

ENG 201: Introduction to Literature Fall 2022 [Conway]

Introduction to Literature

ECE 211 Curriculum for Young Children 1 – Fall 2022

ECE 211 Curriculum for Young Children 1 – Fall 2022

This course is an introduction to the theories, methods and materials of curriculum planning in early childhood education (Preschool – Grade 2), with an emphasis on providing developmentally and culturally appropriate learning environments and experiences that encourage creativity in young children. The following topics are explored in depth: the intellectual and emotional importance of fostering creativity, the role of play in learning, the design of effective arts-based learning environments; the role of visual arts, music, movement and language arts/emergent literacy in developing children?s cognitive, social-emotional, physical, language and self-help skills. Course work includes workshops in planning and implementing creative arts experiences for young children.

Art104: Art History Survey II Fall 2022 Yan Yang

Art104: Art History Survey II Fall 2022 Yan Yang

This introduction to art history includes the study of painting, sculpture, architecture and other media by surveying the Renaissance period through the early 20th century using a global approach. The exploration of art and architecture in terms of historical, social, and political contexts, meaning and style will promote a general understanding of the development of art forms and style from different periods and in different cultures, as well as the effects of cultural exchanges on the arts. Discussions of techniques, media, composition, and representation will provide an understanding of key concepts in art.

GWS 100-1300 Introduction to Gender and Women’s Studies, Prof. Hollis Glaser

GWS 100-1300 Introduction to Gender and Women’s Studies, Prof. Hollis Glaser

This Introduction to Gender and Women’s Studies course is a fully online course taught during the fall 2022 semester by Dr. Hollis Glaser. Dr. Brianne Waychoff created this course and I am teaching it in her honor and memory.

Communities

Media Arts and Technology Department

Media Arts and Technology Department

This community is for the students, faculty and staff of the Media Arts and Technology (MEA) Department and anyone who is interested in the department and its activities.

BMCC Reads

BMCC Reads

BMCC Reads – The space for sharing books, reviews, clubs, films and ideas

Black Studies Across the Americas (BSAA)

Black Studies Across the Americas (BSAA)

This project is supported with U.S. Department of Education Title VI National Resource Center funding from the Center for Latin American Studies at The Ohio State University and the NYU Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies as well as the the BMCC Dept. of Ethnic and Race Studies and the President’s Fund for Innovation and Excellence, funded by McKenzie Scott. BSAA faculty and student researchers create OERs to help integrate Black studies into disciplines that historically don’t address Blackness and questions of race and ethnicity. BSAA OERs are hosted here on the BMCC OpenLab to foster further collaboration and use of the OERs at BMCC and beyond.

BMCC Learning Academy

BMCC Learning Academy

This community is dedicated to BMCC Learning Academy students, staff, and faculty.

CIS Department – Student Learning Community

CIS Department – Student Learning Community

CIS Department Community

Projects

Instruction Committee

Instruction Committee

Open Lab site for the Instruction Committee of the Academic Senate.

Open Educational Resources at BMCC

Open Educational Resources at BMCC

Coming soon! Avatar image from a photo by Viktor Forgacs on Unsplash.

BMCC Academic Leaves

BMCC Academic Leaves

A space for faculty to share information about the projects they worked on while on academic leave. Contact Greer McPhaden for information about how to submit your project. If you join this group, you will receive email notifications when new projects are submitted.

Syelle’s Sandbox Project

Syelle’s Sandbox Project

Experimentation

Open Educational Resources for Chemistry

Open Educational Resources for Chemistry

OER for chem