Gavilan Community Education Schedule of Classes Summer2010

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<ul><li><p>8/9/2019 Gavilan Community Education Schedule of Classes Summer2010</p><p> 1/36</p><p> Over 90 Classes for Adults &amp; Kids</p><p> New! PiYo, pg. 27</p><p> New! Budget Cooking for Summer Heat, pg. 30</p><p> New! Drawing for Teens &amp; Adults, pg. 4</p><p> New! Science Camps: Robots, Rockets,Sea Otter Biologist &amp; much more, pg. 5-6</p><p> Over 250 Online Classes Availableincluding Career Preparation</p><p>ClassesbeginJuneAugust</p><p>Enroll Now!</p><p>(408) 852-2801</p><p>www.gavilance.com</p><p>Summer 2010</p><p>Transform</p><p>yourSummer!</p></li><li><p>8/9/2019 Gavilan Community Education Schedule of Classes Summer2010</p><p> 2/36</p><p> ThinkYouCanTeach?</p><p>Water/WastewaterOperations</p><p> Paralegal</p><p> SmallBusiness</p><p> GreenBuilding&amp;LEEDRatingSystem</p><p> CruiseShipLecturer</p><p> AutoWholesaleDealer</p><p> Pen&amp;InkWatercolorNaturePainting</p><p>NotaryPublic</p><p> VoiceActing</p><p>Weve got new and exciting programs for you this summer as well as returning</p><p>favoritessuchasCollegeforYouthclasseswithcampsinsports,science,English,math</p><p>andmediaarts.Ifyouarelookingatstartinganewcareer,thenwehaveatonofcareer</p><p>options inwatertechnology, legal, teaching, acting orevencruisingtheworldas a</p><p>professionallecturer!</p><p>Career Choices Returning FavsCollege for Youth</p><p>Dont forget about our online course offerings.</p><p>Visit our website at www.gavilance.com.</p><p>Go to page 21for more details.As an added bonus, dont forget, we have a secure website which allows you to</p><p>register for classes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and pay by credit card.</p><p>What could be easier? See you at Gav!</p><p>408-852-2801</p><p> English&amp;MathInstitute</p><p> ComputerGaming</p><p>Drawing</p><p> DigitalAnimation</p><p> Tennis,Softball, Baseball,Volleyball</p><p> Rockets,Robots,SpaceGeologistsandmore!</p><p>Alternate Formats:The Gavilan College Schedule of Classes is available in alternate formats, such as Braille, Large Print or E-text. Contact the</p><p>Disability Resource Center to request a copy at (408) 848-4865.</p><p>Formas Alternativas:El Catalogo y el Horario de Clases de Gaviln College est a su disposicin en diferentes formas de publicacin como en braille, parapersonas privadas de la vista, impresin grande o e-texto. Comuniquese con el Centro de Recursos de Invalidez al telefono (408)848-4865 o con el Vice Presidente de Instruccin y Servicios para estudiantes, al telefono (408) 848-4865 para solicitar su copia.</p><p>The Gavilan Joint Community College District and the Office of Community Education have made every reasonable effort to deter-mine that everything stated in this brochure is accurate. Courses, programs, instructors, class locations, together with other matterscontained herein, are subject to change without notice by the administration of the Gavilan Joint Community College District and</p><p>the Office of Community Education for reasons related to student enrollment, level of financial support, instructor availability, or forany other reason, at the discretion of the district and college.</p><p>TransformYour Summer,2010!</p></li><li><p>8/9/2019 Gavilan Community Education Schedule of Classes Summer2010</p><p> 3/36</p><p>College for Youth</p><p> Math: Math Basics, Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry ................................................................. 3 English/Language Arts: English Institute ................................................................................... 4</p><p>Media/Tech Arts: Computer Gaming, Digital Animation ........................................................ 4</p><p>Fine Arts: Drawing .......................................................................................................................... 4</p><p>Science: ..........................................................................................................................................5-6Robots, Rockets, Science Experiments, Animal Sciences, Space Geology</p><p> Action &amp; Sports: ................................................................................................................................ 7Tennis, Volleyball, Softball and Baseball Camps</p><p>Business &amp; Money</p><p> Business Management: ................................................................................................................8-10Selling Techniques, Exporting, QuickBooks, eBay Stores,Small Business Success Series, Excel, Word, Web Pages, Accounting,Supervision &amp; Management, Project Management, Business Plans, Payroll</p><p> UGotClass Online Courses: ......................................................................................................11-13Supervising &amp; Leadership, Green Building &amp; LEED Ratings,eMarketing Essentials Series, Social Networking for Business Series</p><p>Legal Field: .................................................................................................................................14-15Legal Secretary, Paralegal Training Program</p><p>Water Training Programs: .......................................................................................................16-17Water/Wastewater Operations, Water Treatment Plant Operations</p><p>Careers: ......................................................................................................................................18-20Medical Transcription, Medical Terminology, Notary Public, Teaching,Cruise Ship Lecturing, Auto Wholesale Dealing, Voice Acting,Online Career Training Programs</p><p>Online Classes</p><p>Over 250 classes in a wide variety of subjects ..........................................................................21-23</p><p>Leisure</p><p> Arts &amp; Crafts: ................................................................................................................................... 24Pen &amp; Ink and Watercolor, Drawing, Making Bath Salts, Oils, Bombs &amp; Fizzes</p><p> Photography &amp; Digital Media: ..................................................................................................... 25Beginning Digital Photography, SLR Photography, Re-touching Photos,</p><p>Digital Design, Portrait Photography Home &amp; Garden: ............................................................................................................................. 26</p><p>Landscaping, Gardening, Event Planning, Floral Arrangements</p><p> Outdoors: Backpacking, Hiking Yosemite .................................................................................. 27</p><p> Health &amp; Fitness: PiYo .............................................................................................................. 27</p><p> Music &amp; Dance: Piano, Belly Dancing, Hula/Polynesian Dancing, East Coast Swing ......... 28</p><p>Special Interest</p><p> Languages &amp; Writing: Spanish, Japanese, Italian, Grammar Refresher, Writing ................. 29 Cooking/Baking: Cupcake Decorating, Budget Cooking ......................................................... 30</p><p>Registration &amp; Information</p><p>Locations &amp; Maps .............................................................................................................................. 31</p><p>How to Register ................................................................................................................................ 32</p><p>Registration Form ............................................................................................................................. 33</p><p>1</p><p>Contents</p></li><li><p>8/9/2019 Gavilan Community Education Schedule of Classes Summer2010</p><p> 4/36</p><p>2</p><p>Attention: Important Information for Parents!</p><p>Registration: Register your child at www.gavilance.com. To register for Robots vs. Aliens, G Force</p><p>Rockets &amp; Moon Blasters, Busting Myths with Cool Science and Fizz! Bang! Pop! Flash!register with Destination Science at www.destinationscience.org or call them at 888-909-2822.</p><p> Registration must be in the name of the child.</p><p> These classes are for Enrichment only and are NOT for college or K-12 credit.</p><p> Sign your child up for the grade level they will be entering in Fall. No transfers if parent</p><p>enrolls child in wrong grade level.</p><p> No cancellations or transfers permitted within 3 days of the first day of class (see cancel-lation policy on pg., 33). Note: The refund policy for Destination Science Camps statesthat requests received 30 or more days prior to the start of the enrolled camp session willbe refunded all fees minus a $40 processing fee. Transfers between sessions &amp; locations arepermitted if space is available.</p><p> Students must be under 18 to attend College for Youth Classes.</p><p>Safety: Children under 13 not allowed on campus unattended or unsupervised.</p><p> Be sure you and your children know where their classroom is located. Young children</p><p>should not be dropped off in the parking lot.</p><p> If your child is sick while on campus, you will be contacted immediately to pick up your child.</p><p> Please call the Community Education office at (408) 852-2801 to report absences. You will</p><p>not be contacted if your child is absent.</p><p> Please arrange for your child to be picked up immediately after class at the classroom door.</p><p>Behavior: Students are not allowed to attend classes in which they are not officially enrolled.</p><p> Students must be able to follow directions independently or in a group. If a student is</p><p>disruptive to the learning process he or she may be dropped from his/her class withoutrefund.</p><p>For additional College for Youth information, go to www.gavilance.com</p><p>Dont Forget the College for Youth Release &amp; Medical Consent Form!</p><p>Your child can not enroll in classes without a signed release form.</p><p>Phone registration is not available for College for Youth classes.</p><p>We must have the completed and signed release &amp; consent form with the registration form and</p><p>payment in order to reserve a spot in the class. Register by web, mail, fax or in person.</p><p>College for Youth</p></li><li><p>8/9/2019 Gavilan Community Education Schedule of Classes Summer2010</p><p> 5/36</p><p>3</p><p>Math Basics Institute(Grades 5-6)</p><p>Embark on a math journey with a reviewof math basics learned in previous gradesand then move onto more complex prob-lems. Topics include adding, subtracting,multiplying and dividing whole numbersand decimals, determining greatest commonfactor &amp; least common multiples, ratios andproportions, percents and decimals, fractions</p><p>and numbers, and more.M-Th, 9:00 am - 11:30 am; 8 sessions starting 6/28-7/8Room: LI100</p><p>$139 + $10 material fee to instructor</p><p>Pre-Algebra Institute(Grades 5-8)</p><p>Learn the essentials of pre-algebra includ-</p><p>ing order of operations, algebraic terms andexpressions, simplifying expressions, solvingalgebraic problems, dealing with variableson both sides of the equation, solving andgraphing inequalities, plotting points, solvingfor Y slope, finding linear equations andquick linear graphing in addition to a reviewof fractions, decimals and percents, adding,subtracting, multiplying and dividing inte-</p><p>gers (negative numbers), comparing rationalnumbers and more.M-Th, 9:00 am - 11:30 am; 8 sessions starting 6/28-7/8</p><p>Room: HU103</p><p>$139 + $10 material fee to instructor</p><p>M-Th, 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm; 8 sessions starting 7/12-7/22</p><p>Room: HU103</p><p>$139 + $10 material fee to instructor</p><p>Algebra Institute(Grades 7-9)</p><p>Begin the fundamentals of first year alge-bra such as distributive law, solving linearequations, graphing by plotting points,using zeros, using slope-Y intercept form,absolute value and linear inequalities. Othertopics include monomials, polynomials andfactoring, binomials, solving second degreeequations by graphing, substitution, addi-</p><p>tion and exponents and adding, subtracting,multiplying and dividing rational expressionsand radicals.M-Th, 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm; 8 sessions starting 7/12-7/22</p><p>Room: LI100</p><p>$139 + $10 material fee to instructor</p><p>Geometry Institute</p><p>(Grades 8-10)Learn the fundamentals of geometry. Topicsinclude points, lines, planes, segments, angles,triangles, symmetry, orientations, paralleland perpendicular lines, distance, midpoints,parallel line proofs, constructions, similar tri-angles, right triangles, quadrilaterals, circles,polygons and more.M-Th, 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm; 8 sessions starting 6/28-7/8</p><p>Room: SS110</p><p>$139 + $10 material fee to instructor</p><p>M-Th, 9:00 am - 11:30 am; 8 sessions starting 7/12-7/22</p><p>Room: SS110</p><p>$139 + $10 material fee to instructor</p><p>Math Journeys</p><p>Registration must be in the name of the child</p><p>Dont Forget the College for Youth Release &amp; Medical Consent Form!</p><p>Budget Cookingin the Summer Heat . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 30</p><p>New! PiYo (ages 14 &amp; up) . . . . . pg. 27</p><p>Other Great Classes for Teens</p><p>Pen &amp; Ink Watercolor(ages 16 &amp; up) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 24</p><p>East Coast Swing (ages 16 &amp; up) . . pg. 28</p></li><li><p>8/9/2019 Gavilan Community Education Schedule of Classes Summer2010</p><p> 6/36</p><p>4</p><p>English Institute (Grades 5-6)Students will learn proper grammar, spellingand vocabulary while applying their skill invarious formats of written expression includ-ing reports, essays, sentences, stories, poemsand more. Bring a dictionary to class. Athesaurus is also recommended.M-Th, 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm; 8 sessions starting 6/28-7/8</p><p>Room: HU103</p><p>$139 + $10 material fee to instructor</p><p>M-Th, 9:00 am -11:30 am; 8 sessions starting 7/12-7/22Room: HU103</p><p>$139 + $10 material fee to instructor</p><p>English Institute (Grades 7-8)Students will learn proper grammar, spellingand vocabulary while applying their skill invarious formats of written expression includ-ing reports, essays, sentences, stories, poemsand more. Bring a dictionary to class. Athesaurus is also recommended.M-Th, 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm; 8 sessions starting 6/28-7/8</p><p>Room: LI100</p><p>$139 + $10 material fee to instructor</p><p>M-Th, 9:00 am - 11:30 am; 8 sessions starting 7/12-7/22Room: LI100</p><p>$139 + $10 material fee to instructor</p><p>Computer Gaming Camp(Ages 8-14)</p><p>Have you always liked computer games?Would you like to design them yourself?Learn game design theory and create gamesyou can play. Single-player, multi-player,maze, scrolling, interactive challenges, andmuch more. Each day you will create morethan one game. On the last day of camp, youwill compete with your classmates and put</p><p>your new skills to the test. You will haveCDs full of games that you can take homeand share.Juan Campos has extensive teachingexperience for all ages and a thorough background</p><p>in computer applications.</p><p>M-Th, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm; 4 sessions starting 6/21-6/24</p><p>Room: Hollister Campus, Room 3</p><p>$149 + $10 material fee to instructor</p><p>M-Th, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm; 4 sessions starting 8/2-8/5</p><p>Room: Morgan Hill Campus, Room 5$149 + $10 material fee to instructor</p><p>Digital Animation Campfor Tweens &amp; Teens(Ages 12-17)</p><p>Learn to create cartoons using your comput-er! Learn the basics to the #1, 2-D animationsoftware used in television, film and internetproductions--Adobe Flash! You will work oncharacter design, storyboarding and bring-ing your character to life.Kelly Abbott holdsa BA from San Jose State University in Radio,</p><p>Television, and Film as well as a CaliforniaDesignated Subjects Teaching Credential in</p><p>Multimedia. Kelly teaches Media Arts to both</p><p>adults and youth.</p><p>M-Th, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm; 4 sessions starting 7/12-7/15</p><p>Room: PB4</p><p>$139 + $5 material fee to instructor</p><p>Drawing for Teens &amp; Adults(Ages 13 &amp; Up)</p><p>Learn to draw with pencil to create beautiful drawings youwill be proud of. We will focus on techniques, shapes, shading,value, landscape, figures, lines and designs.Nancy Frank hastaught art classes for over 25 years. She holds a BA in Fine Arts</p><p>from San Jose State University. She has also been awarded and</p><p>r...</p></li></ul>

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