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Deborah Durr

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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Feb 19, 2013
Member Since: Feb 19, 2013

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Affiliations

Primary Affiliation:
  • University of Phoenix (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, MI, United States)

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Address:
P O Box 342
Warren, MI 48090 United States

Languages

  • English - speaking level (Superior) - reading level (Superior)

Education History

  • MBA Technology Management (12/2004)
    University of Phoenix
  • MAED Curriculum and Instruction (10/2006)
    University of Phoenix

Positions

  • Faculty (06/2008 - Current) University of Phoenix

Teaching Experience

  • GEN/105 (Winter 2012)
    University of Phoenix - General
    This course introduces students to learning in an information-rich society. Students develop strategies for successful distance learning, time management, and for managing the abundance of information available in today's society. Students also explore the appropriate use of information in an academic environment. Specific topics for the course inc
  • CRT/205 - CRITICAL THINKING (Winter 2012)
    University of Phoenix - CRITICAL THINKING
    In this course, students develop the ability to think clearly and critically. Practice includes developing writing skills that enable students to clearly present claims to support their conclusions and avoid reinforcing biases. Students are given the opportunity to analyze and discuss various types of media—including television, Internet, and print