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Course Materials for Creasman Jr.

Creasman FAQ
The attached document was created by students for students. While some of the material may refer to assessments that I no longer give, on the whole, the information is pertinent to your success in my class.

  • FAQ Creasman Classes  (doc)
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  • FAQ #2  (pdf)
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  • Student Feedback on Prof Creasman's Teaching
    I’ve been trying to press my peers at Valencia to release our “end of term” survey information from our students. For some reason, while transparency is some value for some people in some settings, once the spotlight gets turned on them, well it seems some would rather stay in the shrouds. So, in an effort to let my future students know what they are getting into, here’s my latest info about my teaching, the good and the bad. Note, all spelling and grammar are from the students, who often are writing in haste and aren’t really thinking about carefully constructing their sentences. These statements come from 7 classes of students, from those who posted a written comment. It’s a messy chart, but maybe one day soon I can just point to a link in Valencia where anyone can see any or all of my “Student Assessment of Instruction” information. Till then, enjoy the reading.

  • Student Comments Fall 15/Spring 16  (pdf)
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  • Student Comments from online classes 2015-2016  (pdf)
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  • Student Assessment of Instruction Fall 2012  (pdf)
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  • EUH 2000 Western Civilization I
    Survey of ancient, medieval and early modern Western civilization with emphasis on political, social and economic development. Examines the ancient world, classical antiquity, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Reformation and the age of religious wars, the origins of the modern state, and other topics. Gordon Rule course in which the student is required to demonstrate college-level writing skills through multiple writing assignments. Minimum grade C required if EUH2000 is used to satisfy Gordon Rule requirements.

  • EUH 2000 Syllabus  (pdf)
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  • EUH 2001 Western Civilization II
    Survey of ancient, medieval and early modern Western civilization with emphasis on political, social and economic development. Examines the ancient world, classical antiquity, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Reformation and the age of religious wars, the origins of the modern state, and other topics. Gordon Rule course -- Minimum grade C required if EUH2000 is used to satisfy Gordon Rule requirements.

  • EUH 2001 Modern Western Civilization Syllabus  (doc)
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  • AMH 2010 US History to 1877
    Survey of early United States history, emphasizing political, social, and economic developments. Examines such topics as colonization, slavery, American Revolution, U. S Constitution, War of 1812, emancipation movement, Civil War and Reconstruction.

  • AMH 2010 Syllabus  (doc)
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  • AMH 2020 U.S. History 1877 to Present
    Survey of United States history from the Gilded Age to the present, emphasizing political, social, and economic developments. Examines such topics as expansion, Populist and Progressive movements, Great Depression, the World Wars, reform and dissent in the 1960s and the Vietnam conflict.

  • AMH 2020 Syllabus   (doc)
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  • Chicago Style Bibliography Guide
    Information and examples about how to properly format information for footnotes, endnotes and bibliography in the Chicago Style (the format used by historians).

  • Style Guide  (pdf)
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