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Kelly, Ingrid Pa


Main Office: AC 160
Phone Ext: 7611
COM Main Numbers: (415) 457-8811
  (415) 883-2211

Office Hours
RoomStart TimeEnd TimeMonTueWedThurFriSatSun
HC 207 10:10 AM11:00 AM
LC 120 10:00 AM2:00 PM

Organizational UnitPosition
English and HumanitiesInstructor
English and HumanitiesTemporary Faculty Instrl

Current and Future Courses
TermSection (CRN)CourseDatesDaysTimeCampusRoom
Spring 2015 10340 ENGL 120 - College Reading Comp II 01/20/15-05/15/15 KTD LC 120
10340 ENGL 120 - College Reading Comp II 01/20/15-05/15/15 MW 09:40-10:55 KTD SMN 132
10343 ENGL 120 - College Reading Comp II 01/20/15-05/15/15 KTD LC 120
10343 ENGL 120 - College Reading Comp II 01/20/15-05/15/15 MW 11:10-12:25 KTD SMN 132
10347 ENGL 150 - Read & Composition (1A) 01/20/15-05/22/15 DL
11745 ENGL 150 - Read & Composition (1A) 01/20/15-05/22/15 DL
11800 ENGL 150 - Read & Composition (1A) 01/20/15-05/22/15 DL

About me
Personal Bio:
When I'm not grading papers or preparing for class, you will most likely find me walking with my son Finnegan and my Beagle, Hero (named after the Hero of Much Ado About Nothing), updating my Web Pages, or changing diapers. I am the proud mother of an adventurous boy, Finnegan, who was born in 2007. :) Oh, one more detail: I recently changed my last name to Kelly, so don't be confused. My maiden name is Schreck, which explains the poster of the Shrek on my office door. ;) Please click on my homepage link above for information about the classes I teach.

My Philosophy
As a graduate from a community college, I am particularly familiar with the desires, concerns, and goals of students at the community college level and I am dedicated to teaching at the community college in order to instill in students the same qualities which were infused in me as a result of my community college education: determination, dedication and discipline coupled with a new awareness of my inclusion in an academic community.

The combination of teaching experience at SFSU and at SRJC has well prepared me to meet the challenges of teaching to an ethnically, culturally, economically, and physically diverse student population and has certainly prepared me to meet the demands of teaching students who exhibit great diversity in terms of levels of reading and writing skills. I am constantly searching for ways to integrate technology into my classroom in order to provide students with technological skills in addition to the reading and writing skills that they will need in order to succeed in the competitive job market. I'm especially interested in computer mediated instruction, collaborative learning, critical and feminist pedagogies and building a sense of community in the classroom.

Additional Information
I will also be offering online office hours and phone appointments on Wednesdays and Fridays. Please visit the following sites for more info:

My page:

English Department Page: