Category: Course Features

Vignettes from the Summer of ’09

Human Anatomy & Physiology (ED) Patty Holman and Paul Bruno We got up extra early one morning to pick up our specimens for the day: sheep hearts. Getting up early is never fun, but this time it was completely worth it. A couple of hours later the hearts were in the hands of be-gloved and […]

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AP Art History at ATDP

by Laura Shefler, Instructor s the call to prayer echoed within the walls, a hand-held camera glided down one aisle of the great hall of the Umayyad Mosque of Damascus, then panned left, revealing key features of Islamic architecture: the ornately carved marble pulpit, known as a minbar, and a tiled mihrab, one the niches […]

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“Every Child’s Right” — An Insider’s Review

Dear ATDP student, parent or friend, If you are a student—whether still in high school, college or grad school—you’re surely looking forward to your life ahead, and the possible careers you might engage in given your skills, talents and interests. As you’ve been an ATDP student, I like to think that your experience with us […]

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Bragging Rights

Please enjoy reading a few instructors’ remarks regarding their classes and their students. A note written by long-time Elementary Division instructor and Cal State East Bay professor Heather MacLeod to Nina that made it clear that we needed to share ATDP instructors’ words with you. Heather wrote: “May I brag about the parents of my […]

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