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 ALL932 
Intermediate Bead Weaving Techniques 
Day/Time  Tuesday 1:30-2:50 
Location Bridgewater SU, S. Yarmouth
Session12 weeks 9/11
Limit: 10
  

Knowledge of Peyote and Herringbone required. New variations presented each week in addition to group and individualized instruction on projects. Written instructions, as well as online tutorial links, provided with each lesson.

Coordinator: Kathleen Taylor

Kathy is a lifelong artisan with degrees in art and education, and currently runs a bead shop, Not Just Beads, in West Dennis.

 

 

 

 ALL998 
Intermediate Knitting 
Day/Time  Monday 10:30-11:50 
Location Downtown Campus, Hyannis
SessionFirst 6 weeks 9/10
Limit: 10
  

This course is for anyone familiar with basic knitting who wants to take their skill to another level. Learn how to increase and decrease stitches and how to stitch cables. Please bring any yarn and needles and any item or pattern you want to work on that includes increasing, decreasing, and/or cable stitching.

Coordinator: Stella Citrano

Stella has been knitting since she was a teenager. She has taught adult classes in Mashpee and Falmouth and for several years at A.L.L.

 

 

 

 ALL1044 
Introduction and Overview of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator 
Day/Time  Wednesday 2:00-3:15 
Location North/South Hall
SessionFirst 6 weeks 9/12
Limit: 25
  

The Myers Briggs Type Indicator is used in interpersonal communication, business and leadership worldwide. It provides insight into the preferences and styles each of us uses to process the world around us. This participatory class provides participants with an enjoyable introduction to the model. Class members will leave with an understanding of their own style and learn how it matches those around them.

Coordinator: Marianne Triplette

Marianne has more than three decades experience as a professor and business/leadership personal growth coach. Her clients include Fortune 500 companies, not for profit organizations and individuals. She received her BA, MA and PhD in organizational behavior from the University of Maryland, College Park and has served as a member of the US Senate staff. She currently lives in Centerville and has a lifelong connection to Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard.

 

 

 

 ALL888 
Introduction to iOS for the iPhone and iPad 
Day/Time  Friday 9:00-10:20 
Location C-106
SessionFirst 6 weeks 9/14
Limit: 25
  

This course will cover the basics of iOS 11.2 or later for the iPhone and iPad for those who are thinking about purchasing one or both of these devices or already have one. Course materials include the free iOS User Guides from Apple. Various apps will also be demonstrated and displayed via the overhead projector.

Coordinator: Wayne Hoover

Wayne was employed by the U.S. Government for 39 years as a computer specialist, mathematician, and supervisory mathematician. After earning a doctorate in Mathematics at Michigan State University, he taught at George Washington University and also at CCCC.

 

 

 

 ALL1040 
It Matters HOW We Think! Section A 
Day/Time  Wednesday 1:30-2:50 
Location C-115
SessionFirst 6 weeks 9/12
Limit: 25
  

The first level of this highly interactive course engages people in enjoyable, enlightening exercises to better understand what is meant by critical and creative thinking and what is meant by better thinking. HOW we choose to state or represent a problem is the key to eventual, effective solution-finding. The likelihood is that a problem as given or stated is misleading. In small groups, through new thinking tools for representing and solving problems, participants tackle and tame problems of interest. And who knows how many long awaited breakthroughs in new understanding and solution-finding will occur?

Coordinator: Nina Greenwald

Nina is a retired Professor of Critical and Creative Thinking at UMass Boston. She is a published author and educator trainer specialized in creative problem solving, innovation and invention, humor and thinking and gifted education.

 

 

 

 ALL1042 
It Matters HOW We Think! Section B 
Day/Time  Wednesday 1:30-2:50 
Location C-115
SessionSecond 6 weeks 10/24
Limit: 25
  

The first level of this highly interactive course engages people in enjoyable, enlightening exercises to better understand what is meant by critical and creative thinking and what is meant by better thinking. HOW we choose to state or represent a problem is the key to eventual, effective solution-finding. The likelihood is that a problem as given or stated is misleading. In small groups, through new thinking tools for representing and solving problems, participants tackle and tame problems of interest. And who knows how many long awaited breakthroughs in new understanding and solution-finding will occur?

Coordinator: Nina Greenwald

Nina is a retired Professor of Critical and Creative Thinking at UMass Boston. She is a published author and educator trainer specialized in creative problem solving, innovation and invention, humor and thinking and gifted education.

 

 

 

ALL982 FULL 
Mah Jongg Beginner Sect. A 
Day/Time  Wednesday 3:00-4:20 
Location C-115
Session 12 weeks 9/12
Limit: 8
   

This course introduces students to the game of Mah Jongg, originally played in China over 2000 years ago. Students will receive a handbook describing the tiles, suits and play from the program coordinator free of charge. The purchase of a $9.00 National Mah Jongg League card will be required after the start of class.

Coordinator: Jacqueline Cohen

Jacqueline learned to play Mah Jongg in the United Kingdom and United States. She has been playing for over 50 years, sharing her knowledge with students in Yarmouth Port for the last 20 years.

 

 

 

 ALL1026 
Modular Origami  
Day/Time  Wednesday 3:00-4:20 
Location C-106
SessionSecond 6 weeks 10/24
Limit: 15
  

Beautiful, interesting, challenging, surprising, meditative--these are adjectives people new to origami use to describe this artform. Modular origami or unit origami is a paperfolding technique which uses two or more sheets of paper to create beautiful art. In this class you will learn basic origami techniques and take home several stars, a triangular box, and a kusudama.

Coordinator: Andrea Plate

Andrea is a retired middle school math teacher who used origami as a teaching tool. She has honed her technique through attendance at origami conferences and through self study.