Writing Samples

Instructional-Strategies-Chart_LHall

Lesson-Plan-Project-_LHall

Building-Blocks-of-Financial-Literacy

HSS-DIV-Pre-Req-Validation

This report is a statistical validation of the prerequisite (PR) courses in within many divisions of the community college which have been implemented and in place for a period of time. There are two main objectives of this validation study: (a) is to assess whether student success rates in the target course increase with the implementation of the prerequisite; Two, is to assess the extent to which course enrollment and success varies by student demographics. The latter objective addresses the disproportionate impact.

Compliance

This report is a statistical validation of the prerequisite (PR) courses in within many divisions of the community college which have been implemented and in place for a period of time. There are two main objectives of this validation study: (a) is to assess whether student success rates in the target course increase with the implementation of the prerequisite; and (b) is to assess the extent to which course enrollment and success varies by student demographics. The latter objective addresses disproportionate impact.

Hall_Motivation

Compliance-PPT-final

This study was influenced by Stanley Milgram’s (1961) classic obedience experiment that focused on the issue concerning obedient behavior. More specifically, by Freedman & Fraser’s (1966) foot-in-the door technique (FITD), centered on attaining compliance without pressure, which found that participants were more likely to acquiesce to larger demands when they had already performed shorter requests. Limited research has been conducted on the construct of compliance, which is seen as an antecedent step towards obtaining obedient behavior. Compliant behavior is a consequence of social forces to help induce conforming behavior (Aronson, 2011).

Financial-Literacy-Proposal

Abstract
The purpose of this study is to explore if impulsivity (lack of premeditation and urgency) has an impact on spending decisions. Over one hundred undergraduates from California State University, Fullerton will complete a modified version of the College Student Financial Literacy survey (CSFLS; Jorgenson, 2007) to assess for their level of financial literacy. Then, the subjects’ level of impulsivity will be assessed by completing a modified version of Whiteside and Lynam’s (2001; Zermatten et al., 2005) UPPS Impulsive Behavior Scale (known in this study as M-UPPS). A MANOVA, AVOVA, and Cronbach’s Pearson reveals that impulsivity does have an impact on spending decisions.

Chirla

This survey consists of 41 items designed to evaluate the advocacy impact of immigrant youth involved in the California Dream Network, Wise Up! and California New Americans Vote Campaign. The survey results serve as an important component of a multi-method evaluation of Unbound Philanthropy’s programmatic support. CHIRLA received funding for one year to provide leadership development opportunities for immigrant youth in California and to strength statewide youth organizing networks.

Winds-of-Change

The Winds of Change for the Better at Natural and Behavioral Science (NBS) climate survey was designed to capture the perception of all California State University Dominguez Hills’ NBS faculty and instructors regarding their work environment: general satisfaction, faculty resources, gender differences, and department diversity. Recognizing the existing strengths and limitation of the workplace environment will help build a strong, reliable, and satisfying work environment for CSUDH’s NBS community of teacher-scholars.