Stan Barrick, Professor Emeritus
Professor of Learning Skills. Teaches LS 7A/ 7B, and LS 10A/ 10X. Statistics 300
Ed.D., University of the Pacific, 1980.
M.A., California State University, Sacramento,1975.
B.A., California State University, Sacramento,1967.
Community College Credential, Mathematics,1980.
Secondary Credential, Mathematics, 1970
Design Engineering Certificate, University of Washington, 1968
Papers and Publications
Achievement in and Attitudes Toward High School Mathematics With Respect to Sex and Socioeconomic Status, 240 pp.
Attitudes Toward Junior High School Mathematics, 98 pp
Geometry Laboratory Manual for the TI-92 Calculator, 54 pp.
Paperwork in Special Education: An Analysis and Critique, 98pp.
An Examination of the Relative Efficiency and Usefulness of Computer-Assisted Individual Education Programs. 193 pp
Computer-Assisted Individualized Education Programs: 1984 Update, 36 pp.
Geometry Activities for Intermediate Algebra, 65pp.
Teaching Developmental Mathematics with ALEKS:An Implementation Guide, 29pp.
Co-author of CSU Web site www.csumathsuccess.org
E-learning, computer programming, statistics, calculators, and mathematical problems which lead to broad understandings.
California Faculty Association
California Mathematics Council
California Teachers Association
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
National Education Association