Marilin Colon

Lecturer

Department of Psychology

E-mail:
marilin.colon@csueastbay.edu
Phone:
(510) 885-3262
Office:
SC S234
Vitae:
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Education

  • BA Behavioral Biology; Johns Hopkins University
  • MS Psychology; Florida State University
  • PhD Psychology; Florida State University

Courses

Fall Quarter 2014
Course #SecCourse TitleDaysFromToLocationCampusTextbook Info
PSYC 100201General Psyc of Music and MindMWF7:55AM9:10AMMI-2002Hayward Campus View Books
PSYC 202001Methods of InvestigationMWF9:20AM10:30AMSC-N119Hayward Campus View Books
PSYC 480101Learning & Motivation LabW6:00PM9:30PMSC-S223Hayward Campus View Books

Presentations

ABA: A Positive Approach to Parenting, Kim D. Lucker, PhD, BCBA and Marilin Colon, MS, BCBA; Behavior Management Consultants, Inc. (Autism Society of North Florida, November, 2003)

Assigning A Grade, Dr. Walter Wager, Andrea Schwendinger, Dan Melzer, Rachel Sutz and Marilin Colon; Florida State University (Program for Instructional Excellence Conference, August 2000)

The Effects of Active Student Responding on the Grades of Psychology College Students, Marilin Colon and Jon S. Bailey; Florida State University (Association for Behavior Analysis, May 1999)

The Effects of Active Student Responding on the Grades of Psychology College Students, Marilin Colon and Jon S. Bailey; Florida State University (Association for Behavior Analysis, May 1997)

Using the Renaissance Motivational System to Improve Performance of Emotionally Disturbed Students at Pace Secondary School, Ginger Stoddard, Terri Starin, Marilin Colon: Apalachee Center for Human Services; Robin Blackwell; Leon County Schools; BMC, Inc. (Florida Association for behavior Analysis 14th Annual Conference, September, 1994).

Grant Awards

Nominated for an Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award Spring Semester 2001

Teaching Assistant for Teaching Practicum Spring Semester, 2000 Responsible for helping to organize course for graduate students prior to their teaching undergraduate lecture courses.  Directed and participated in discussions of teaching philosophies, principles and techniques.  Supervisor: Mark Licht, PhD

Senior Teaching Assistant Spring Semester 1999 – 2001 Responsible for the oversight of all Teaching Assistants in the psychology department, as well as the organization and maintenance of the Teaching Assistant office space and teaching materials.  Also responsible for the coordination of support services from the publishers of relevant textbooks.  Supervisors: Mark Licht, PhD and Ellen Berler, PhD

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