Stephanie Davis, M.S. B.Ed.
Social Sciences Professor
"Don't look back, you're not going that way." — Mary Englebreit
| I am originally from Canada, and moved to Spring Creek with my husband and children in 2005 - we really love it here! I have a Master's Degree in Counseling and Guidance, and a Bachelor of Education. I have been teaching psychology since 1996, teaching online since 2002, and at GBC since fall of 2009. I have four children who give me daily opportunities to apply the theories of psychology (although usually by the end of the day the psychology's gone out the window and I'm in survival mode)! I grew up in different countries around the world (India, the Philippines, England) and appreciate having been able to learn from a variety of cultures. I am really enjoying working with the students and staff at GBC - after moving all my life, it finally feels like home!
|Office Location: || DCIT 123, Elko Campus|
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- Tuesday: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
- Wednesday: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
- Thursday: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
- M.S. Counseling and Guidance, Brigham Young University, 1995
- B.Ed. Secondary Social Studies, University of Calgary, 1992
- 1776, David McCullough
- Ender's Game, Orson Scott Card
- The Tao of Equus, Linda Kohanov
- Horseback riding, reading, playing music
- American Psychological Association
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|Catalog Description: ||Survey of the discipline introducing psychological theories, research methods, and principles of behavior.|
|My Comments:||This class is taught online through WebCampus. The textbook comes with an access code that provides students with entry to "MyPsychPortal," a resource that includes study materials, videos, and an electronic copy of the book. ||
|Title:||Motivation and Emotion|
|Catalog Description: ||Basic principles and theories of motivation and emotion. Examination of major themes and contemporary research in the field.||
|Catalog Description: ||Study of personality as a psychological construct with emphasis on its structure, development, and measurement.||
|Catalog Description: ||Social and group factors affecting individual behavior. Topics include social perception, opinions, and attitudes; influence processes; and small group behavior.|
|My Comments:||This class is taught online through WebCampus. The textbook comes with an access code that provides students with entry to "MyPsychLab," a resource that includes study materials, videos, and an electronic copy of the book. ||
|Title:||Principles of Sociology|
|Catalog Description: ||Sociological principles underlying the development, structure, and function of culture including society, human groups, personality formation, and social change.|
|My Comments:||This class is taught online through WebCampus. The textbook comes with an access code that provides students with entry to "MySocLab," a resource that includes study materials, videos, and an electronic copy of the book. ||