My secular website--Northeast Texas Virtual Library
--has the following folders: (1)Spanish Tutorial, (2) African-American Studies,(3)Other Ethnic Studies, (4)English: Writing, Grammar, and More,(5) Economic Development,(6) The Texas College NASA-PACE Project 2003 (Earth/Space Science & Nutrition),(7)Virtual Career Counseling, (8) The Librarian's Niche,(9) Education,(10) The Texas College Upward Bound and NASA-PACE Projects 2004, and (11) The Texas College Upward Bound and NASA-PACE Projects 2005, (12) English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), (13) Higher Education including Developmental & Educational Psychology, and (14) Obama Era Transparency in Politics and Economics.|
Go here for the religious side of my website http://tinyurl.com/439h5rs All folders feature a wide variety of annotated link pages to fine websites. Furthermore, you can find great general websites at the weblinks section together with a couple of e-magazines.
The Spanish tutorial includes link pages, my original documents, and footnotes to the materials used by the former Spanish instructor of Texas College.
The English section includes parts selected from my textbook, which I used in my course in Developmental English. There are a few essays from the textbook scattered elsewhere and a couple of link pages.
You can access the THEA practice exams, the exit for Developmental Education--Writing, Reading, and Math (formerly known as the TASP). Moreover, you can directly access my favorite interactive grammar website at Capital Community College of Hartford, Connecticut.
I divided the Ethnic Studies folder; African-American Studies is separate. I taught at Texas College, an HBCU, for five years (2001-06). My Selected Ethnic Studies folder features link pages on Mexican-American Studies, Japan, and Vietnam, several essays, and some direct links. Tom Sappington, a high school ESOL teacher from Cedar Hill, has contributed several essays and some links.
The Economic Development folder focuses on empowerment zone grants, university-community partnerships, and ecotourism.
The Texas College NASA-PACE Project gives an account of my part in the first three summer outreach programs for high school youth. Upward Bound program was added for the last two years too.
The Career Counseling folder focuses on two of the most popular psychology theories for decades. Both Psychological Type theory and Holland look at a variety of personality variables, so clients won't be pigeon-holed. This folder reflects that my M.S. was in Educational Psychology.
The Librarian's Niche is composed of links and other goodies from Laurie Ward, a Cedar Hill ISD librarian.
The Education folder was recently divided into ESOL an Higher Ed. sections.
Guest authors are acknowledged throughout the website.
And I've been selected by some nice people to be part of Strathmore's Who's Who, apparently because of this website.
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