Human Development Coordinator: Lisa Theriot
Office Location: A218
The Human Development curriculum is composed of several courses that provide a theoretical and practical foundation in human growth and development across the life span. These courses are organized around different topics, including educational planning, career and life planning, interpersonal communication, personal and social growth, learning theory and study skills, and success in college. The Human Development courses offered by El Centro College at this time are HDEV 1310 (Career Exploration/Planning), HDEV 2315 (Principles and Processes of Personal and Social Growth), and HDEV 0110 (Assessment of Prior Learning).
HDEV 1310 is a 3 credit hour college-level course that introduces students to the process of career decision-making and related educational planning. Much emphasis is placed on gaining knowledge and skills necessary for success in college and in the workplace. Self-awareness and interpersonal skills are also an essential part of this course. AT EL CENTRO, THIS COURSE IS REQUIRED FOR ALL NEW-TO-COLLEGE STUDENTS WHO PLACE INTO DEVELOPMENTAL READING. IT WILL MEET THE FRESHMAN SEMINAR REQUIREMENT.
HDEV 2315 is a 3 credit hour college-level course designed to be an applied psychology and human relations course. It is an intensive theoretical and practical study of interpersonal relationships and communication skills, with special emphasis on success in college and in the workplace. AT EL CENTRO, THIS COURSE WILL MEET THE FRESHMAN SEMINAR REQUIREMENT. IT OFFERS A CHOICE FOR NEW-TO-COLLEGE STUDENTS WHO PLACE INTO COLLEGE-LEVEL COURSES. Those students may choose to enroll in HDEV 2315 OR HDEV 1310.
HDEV 0110 is a 1 credit hour course designed to assist Technical-Occupational students in documenting prior learning for the purpose of equating college credit to previous experience. Students develop a portfolio which includes a statement of educational/career goals, related non-collegiate experiences which have contributed to college-level learning, and structured documentation of such experiences. AT EL CENTRO, THIS COURSE IS RESTRICTED TO STUDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN SPECIFICALLY REFERRED BY AN INSTRUCTOR FROM THE RELATED TECHNICAL PROGRAM.
|Lisa Theriot||Executive Dean, Learning Support Services in Administration & Coordinator||214-860-2263||LTheriot@dcccd.edu||B302|
|Velma Allen||Counseling Associate||214-860-2068||VAllen@dcccd.edu||A110|
|W.G. Garland||Associate Vice Chancellor of Student Affairsemail@example.com||2nd Floor, District Office|
|Becky Garza||Director, Admissions/Registrar||214-860-2727||RGarza@dcccd.edu||A130|
|Sharon Grubbs||Counseling Faculty||214-860-2080||SGrubbs@dcccd.edu||C340|
|Jim Handy||Executive Dean, Student Development & Support Servicesfirstname.lastname@example.org||A110|
|Cassandra Harris||Coordinator, Rising Star||214-860-2658||CHarris@dcccd.edu
|Shanee' Holmes||Student Services Specialist, Rising Staremail@example.com||A076|
|Michael Jackson||Interim President||214-860-2011||MJackson1@dcccd.edu||A220|
|Joe Martinez||Counseling Faculty||214-860-2396||JMartinez2@dcccd.edu||A110|
|Rosalinda Minnis||Counseling Faculty||214-860-2074||RMinnis@dcccd.edu||A442|
|Charlie Morgan||Counseling Faculty||214-860-2077||CMorgan1@dcccd.edu||B301|
|Sarah Oglesby||Director, TRIOfirstname.lastname@example.org||A110|
|Rob Roddy||Adjunct Instructor||214-860-2247||RARoddy@dcccd.edu||A341|
|Suriya Sherriff-Edwards||Coordinator, Health & Legal Studies Division||214-860-2269||SSherriff-Edwards@dcccd.edu||A950|
|Karen Stills-Jones||Coordinator, School Alliance Office||214-860-2390||KStills-Jones@dcccd.edu||A220|
|Al Tolentino||Counseling Faculty||214-860-2291||ATolentino@dcccd.edu||A950|
|Dr. Bettie Tully||Ombudsperson||214-860-2105||BTully@dcccd.edu||B302|
|Gregg Williams||District Coordinator, Office of Transfer Services/Articulation||214-860-2185||G.Williams@dcccd.edu||7th Floor, District Office|
|Carisa Wilson-Bustillos||Advisor, TRIO||214-860-2076||CarisaWilson-Bustillos@dcccd.edu||A110|
For more information, please contact Lisa Theriot, Human Development Coordinator, at 214-860-2263 or LTheriot@dcccd.edu.
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October 28, 2009
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