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Christina Craig-Chardon

 

Background

My work with Encinal involves developing cultural spaces and leadership opportunities as the Advisor to the Black Student Union and the newly formed Muslim Student Association and Onaji Student Language Partnership. I also coordinate the Summer Matters program working in conjunction with administrators and local businesses to offer summer internships for low income and/or underrepresented students.
Additionally I provide academic counseling as a member of the Advisory team.


 

Teaching/Educational Philosophy

My teaching/educational philosophy is to simply hold a mirror up to students. When we see that we are able to do what we thought we were not smart enough or hard working enough to do, whether that be understanding a concept or writing an essay, we see ourselves. The opportunity to see your worth is the path to the future.

Personal Note

Specialties: Curriculum development for African-American Studies courses and Tobacco Use Prevention Education

Education

M.A. African American Studies, University of California Los Angeles
B.A. Sociology, Black Studies, University of California Santa Barbara
Community College Teaching Certificate, CSU Dominguez Hills

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Position: Educational Equity and Family Engagement Coordinator

Email Address: ccraig@alameda.k12.ca.us

Voice Mail: 510-748-4023 ext, 2419