Community-Based Learning Courses

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Community-Based Learning (CBL) courses include volunteer projects related to the course material. These projects help students better understand the subject through first hand experience, allow students to participate in community problem solving, and engage students with issues of values, leadership, and civic engagement. Students who complete three or more Community-Based Learning courses may apply for the Community-Based Learning Focus Award.

Courses are designated as either having Optional or Integrated CBL components. Students will want to contact specific instructors for more details on their course CBL requirements.

The list of courses in the Class Schedule may not be a comprehensive list of all Community-Based Learning courses offered that term.

Spring 2015

Courses listed below are grouped by location and instructor name follows the CRN in ( ). Any included CBL details have been provided by the course instructor. Refer to the Schedule of Classes for specific days, times, locations, and other details.

Cascade

PSY 216 Social Psychology | CRN 20671 (M. Schneider-Anthony)

Distance Learning

BA 224 Human Resource Management | CRN 23582 (C. Selva) - Online

COMM 140 Introduction to Intercultural Communication | CRN 24086 (K. Doss) - Online

HST 107 History of Korea and Japan | CRN 23240 (S. Gray) - Online

HUM 100 Intro to Humanities | CRN 27724, 24618 (R. Woodbury) - Online

SOC 223 Sociology of Aging | CRN 21170 (J. Abushakrah) - Online

SOC 230 Intro to Gerontology | CRN 21529 (J. Abushakrah) - Online

WR 122 English Composition | CRN 20614 (Z. Newton-Calvert) - Online

Rock Creek

BI 163 Organic Gardening | CRN 20814 (K. Lien)

GEO 107 Geography of Global Issues | CRN 21877 (M. Kheirabadi) - Online
Discussion of issues related to environment, population, health, and natural resources. Instructor's objective is that their students learn about sustainability and sustainable living and fortunately city of Portland is known for its sustainability projects. Students will visit get extra points to do research about local sustainable projects.

SOC 205 Social Change in Societies | CRN 24879 (George, L.)

Southeast

ESOL 164 Level 6 Academic Communication | CRN 23686 (C. Thomas)

ESOL 250 Level 7 Academic Reading | CRN 23679 (L. Horani)

WR 227 Technical/Profession WR 1 | CRN 22540 (G. Monteverde)

WR 121H English Composition: Honors | CRN 23465 (J. Pepe)

Sylvania

ART 140A Digital Photography I | CRN 25482, 25485 (K. Manchester)

ART 140B Digital Photography I | CRN 25483, 26544 (K. Manchester)

ART 140C Digital Photography I | CRN 26545, 25484 (K. Manchester)

BA 208 Introduction to Nonprofits & Philanthropy | CRN 23708 (C. Killingsworth)

BI 101 Lab General Biology Laboratory | CRN 21804 (A. Fong)

BI 213 Principles of Biology | CRN 20094 (A. Fong)

CAS 123 Production Keyboarding | CRN 22194 (D. Kestek)

CAS 140 Beginning Access | CRN 24650 (D. Shingledecker)

CAS 170 Beginning Excel | CRN 22195 (D. Shingledecker)

CAS 171 Intermediate Excel | CRN 21337 (M. Schatz), 25891 (D. Shingledecker)
Optional community-based learning opportunity for students to provide tutoring for Biology 112 students in graphing.

CAS 246 Integrated Computer Projects | CRN 22189 (D. Shingledecker)

HST 107 History of Korea and Japan | CRN 23241 (S. Gray)

SOC 205 Social Change in Societies | CRN 23704 (A. Butz)

SOC 228 Intro Environmental Sociology | CRN 21529 (K. Smith)

Centers

Hillsboro

SOC 204 Sociology in Everyday Life | CRN 27305 (A. Butz)

Winter 2015

Cascade

FP 122 Fundamentals of Fire Prevention | CRN 14954 (D. Smith) - CBL is Optional

Distance Learning

COMM 140 Intro to Intercultural Communication | CRN 14110 (K. Doss) - Online

LIB 101 Library Research and Beyond | CRN 18036 (S. Seely) - Online, CBL is Optional

SOC 230 Intro to Gerontology | CRN 12062 (J. Abushakrah) - Online w/some optional class meetings at Sylvania

Rock Creek

 

Southeast

CG 100A College Survival and Success | CRN 17531 (R. Vogt) - To Enroll Call (971) 722-6121
8 hours of CBL time are required over the course of the term. Students choose the CBL site, but faculty have relationships with several sites if suggestions are needed.

PSY 101 Psychology & Human Relations | CRN 12587 (K. Kraska)

RD 115 College Reading | CRN 17534, 17537 (R. Vogt) - To Enroll Call (971) 722-6121
8 hours of CBL time are required over the course of the term. Students choose the CBL site, but faculty have relationships with several sites if suggestions are needed.

WR 227 Technical and Professional Writing 1 | CRN 12610 (G. Monteverde) - Hybrid Course

Sylvania

BI 101 Lab Biology | CRN 13015 (A. Fong) - 10 hours of CBL time are required

BI 145 Intro to First & Wildlife Conservation and Management | CRN 14093 (S. Ansley) - CBL is Optional

BI 212 Principles of Biology | CRN 10176 (A. Fong) - 2-4 hours of CBL is Optional

CAS 140 Beginning Access | CRN 11897 (D. Shingledecker) - CBL is Optional
Students will have an opportunity to help with the ongoing eCycling project in the Sylvania library.

CAS 170 Beginning Excel | CRN 10541 (D. Shingledecker) - CBL is Optional
Students will have an opportunity to help with the ongoing eCycling project in the Sylvania library.

CAS 171 Intermediate Excel | CRN 15580 (D. Shingledecker) - CBL is Optional
Students will have an opportunity to help with the ongoing eCycling project in the Sylvania library.

CAS 217 Intermediate Word | CRN 12658 (D. Kestek) - CBL is Optional

COMM 214 Interpersonal Communication: Process & Theory | CRN 14063 (S. Mann) - CBL is Optional

PHL 206 Intro to Environmental Ethics | CRN 11459 (J. Farnum) - CBL is Optional