Date CHANGE LLC OPEN CLASSROOM SCHEDULE- Fall 2015 Updated 8/12/2015 Class Location Topic Readings (Professor) and Time Week 1 (September 3rd) Calculus I (Dr. Jane Friedman) Serra 314; Thursday 10:45am11:40am Rates of Change in Calculus Week 2 (September 9th) Introduction to Psychology (Dr. Jen Zwolinski) Olin 130; Wednesday 9:05am10am Week 4 (September 22nd) Introduction to Sociology (Dr. Julia Cantzler) Philosophy of Human Nature (Dr. Mike Kelly) Serra 211: Tuesday 10:45am12:05pm Serra 314: Tuesday 4:00pm5:20pm Common Myths About Psychology: Changing Misconceptions About Human Behavior Socialization and Gender Week 8 (October 22nd) Week 9 (October 29th) Week 10 (October 30th) Week 12 (November 18th) Week 13 (November 24th) Introduction to Sociology (Dr. Julia Cantzler) Principles of Microeconomics (Dr. Dirk Yandell) Serra 211: Thursday 10:45am12:05pm Olin 327: Friday 8:008:55am and 9:05am10:00am Introduction to Olin 130; Psychology (Dr. Wednesday Jen Zwolinski) 9:05am10am Philosophy of Serra 314: Human Nature Tuesday (Dr. Mike Kelly) 4:00pm5:20pm Patience Social Control, Deviance & Crime Behavioral Economics Strang: 1.1 of Introduction to Calculus: http://ocw.mit.edu/resources/res18-001-calculus-onlinetextbook-spring-2005/textbook/ Lilienfeld et al. 2010: 50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology Messner: Barbie Girls v. Sea Monsters: Children Constructing Gender Kupler: When Waiting is Weightless: The Virtue of Patience. The Journal of Value Inquiry, 41.2-4, pp. 265-280 (reading 265-274) Chambliss: The Saints and the Roughnecks; Reiman, The Rich Get Richer, the Poor Get Prison No readings required for this Open Classroom Does Therapy Help People Get Better? Myers and DeWall (2015): Therapy Chapter Community in Death Lingis: Community in Death chapter from The Community of Those Who Have Nothing in Common Note: Class times listed above refer to the total class time for the course on that specific day. The instructor may not use up the entire time for this Open Classroom. Unless otherwise noted, students can assume that each OC topic will begin at the start of each class.