I am not presently teaching courses at UC Merced, but I plan on
teaching a freshman seminar when the campus opens. I have my course
syllabi from Stanford archived below. Some of the powerpoints on
the course lectures contain copyrighted materials (e.g., figures
from course textbooks, illustrative newspaper articles for statistics)
which I have posted on a personal decision that they are for an
educational purpose, and if anything, they would help rather than
hinder sales for the owner of the copyrighted materials.
I continue to offer on-line courses for the California CLAD Certification
through Stanford University. This is continuing work that I began
in 1999 in collaboration with San Francisco Unified School District,
and joined by an on-line teacher professional development company,
Teachscape, Inc., in 2001. Supported by grants from the Carnegie
Corporation of New York and the U.S. Department of Education's Office
of English Language Acquisition, most of the video content materials
from these courses are available for free. Enrollment in courses
through Stanford's Continuing Studies Program for university credit
approved by the California Commission for Teacher Credentialing
to obtain the CLAD Certification is available as well, for fee.
There is a separate website for my CLAD certification materials,
-- for this work, I have recently been joined by a collaborator,
Professor Guadalupe Valdes who will progressively take control of
the work as I transition out of Stanford.