Vissing and they are all the same set up: read the book and do a critique on it. Development of a Cardio-Vascular Disease Prevention Project for West Michigan. Because their voices don't carry far, it's hard to hear them. Award support New England Undergraduate Reserarch Conference in Sociology. Boston University School of Medicine. We'd rather not look too closely or listen too carefully. Allowed extra tools for final.
She is just trying to get kids who never do any independent thinking to actually use their brains and put themselves out there. Because they're small, they're easy to overlook. National Institute of Mental Health. She wants you to pass. Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in Western Michigan. Serving Homeless Students: A Resource Handbook. I think she is a great I have never seen a prof.
Publication of the Association for the Study of Food and Society. Howard Rebach and John Bruhn, eds. Evaluate Heterogeneity vs Homogeneity in Mathematics Education. Description Homelessness in small towns and rural areas is on the rise. Overall I liked her class and I am taking another class with her in the fall semester.
Author of more than six books and many chapters, professional journal articles and other publications, she has worked as a teacher, researcher, consultant, therapist, award-willing film maker, mediator, guardian-ad-litem, and helps organizations to decrease child abuse and improve child well-being. Lets say you read 12 chapters then you critiquing each of them. Vissing attended Indiana University Bloomington and Western Michigan University. Sociology of Food and Society: Conference Proceedings. Families vividly describe the ways they have fallen through cracks in the social structure, from home ownership into homelessness. Journal of Mental Health Administration. Development of a resource handbook of health, social services, and educational opportunities for homeless children and families.
She was previously Professor of Sociology and chair of that department. In the one hybrid I had with her she did not have a structure for class meetings, just asked if there was anything in the book we needed help with. She has worked in the area of child and youth advocacy for her entire career. All classes that I have taken with her have consisted of summarizing text books and long papers are the end. Prepared for the New Hampshire State Department of Education.
Evaluation of a community-wide substance abuse prevention program. Homeless Children and Community Involvement. She doesn't have clear expectations of what she wants and never uses rubrics or strict guidelines. Journal of Holistic Nursing, Fall 1987. Vissing provides a planning model for improving support networks within communities and challenges Americans with a fundamental philosophical question: Do homeless children merit fullscale social intervention? M, Dorothy Schroepfer and Fred Bloise.
Her classes do involve a lot of reading and writing, usually a critique of the book and a few other assignments with a major paper at the end. They are all too commonly out of sight-and out of mind. New Hampshire Department of Education. Homelessness in small towns and rural areas is on the rise. An Evaluation of the Training of Trainers' 2 Program.
And if we don't see them, maybe they'll just go away. A Needs Assessment of the North Shore Human Services. Finding Information About Children: Electronic Resources. Prepared for the Southeastern Regional Educational Service Center. Differences in Allopathic and Osteopathic Medical Student's Attitudes Toward Healing.
I wish all my professors were like her. West Michigan Health Systems Agency. Ultimately, Out of Sight, Out of Mind compels us not merely to voice concerns for family and community values, but also to assert this commitment consciously through improved essential services. Degree in Sociology Western Michigan University Kalamazoo, Michigan Thesis: Laetrile Use and Alternative Health Care Movements in in Cancer 1976-1977 Specialist Degree in Alcohol and Drug Addictions Western Michigan University Kalamazoo, Michigan 1971-1974 B. By providing homework and going over the problems in class, Yvonne lets you know what she expects on tests. She is a National Institute of Mental Health Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Whiting Foundation Fellow, was appointed by the Governor to be on the New Hampshire Juvenile Parole Board, is on the board of the National Coalition for the Homeless, works with different child rights groups in the United States, teaches free classes for the National Alliance for Mental Illness, and works with both domestic and international groups.
She also was a National Institute of Mental Health Post-Doctoral Research Scholar. Study on community resources for high risk children. She is a bit unorthodox, which might be why some people view her as flaky, but I disagree. Presented to the New Hampshire State Department of Education. Volume 8, number 4, 1978.