Dr. Laurel Anderson

Assistant Professor, Child Development
landerson@palomar.edu
Office: MD-361 (San Marcos main campus)
Phone: 760-744-1150 x5528

Laurel

Office Hours:
By appointment

Teaching Fall 2014:
CHDV 99 — Preparation for Child Development Majors
CHDV 100 — Child Growth and Development
CHDV 101 — Principles and Practices of Teaching Young Children
CHDV 115 — Child, Family and Community
CHDV 172 — Teaching in a Diverse Society

Teaching Spring 2015:
CHDV 101 — Principles and Practices of Teaching Young Children
CHDV 102 — Working with Parents and Families
CHDV 115 — Child, Family and Community
CHDV 172 — Teaching in a Diverse Society

Teaching Summer 2015:
CHDV 99 — Preparation for Child Development Majors

First Thursday:
Service Learning Meeting — 2:00pm – 3:00pm
CHDV Club Meeting — 7:00pm – 8:30pm

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Greetings!

I am thrilled to be a part of the full-time faculty at Palomar College.  My journey to be here includes a variety of teaching and learning experiences.

I began my teaching career as a parent educator and I taught toddlers and their parents in an Early Childhood Family Education program in the Midwest.  Through the years, I’ve taught preschoolers, elementary and secondary education. While in Minnesota, I taught at Minnesota State University in Mankato.  This was my first exposure to teaching at the collegiate level.  When my children and I moved to sunny southern California in 2001, I continued my college and university teaching journey at Southwestern, MiraCosta, Miramar, Cal State San Marcos and Palomar.

I am honored to be an educator, and I love this role.  I also am very fond of learning!  I have degrees in community service, sociology, Family Consumer Science Teaching and Family Consumer Science with emphases in education and marriage and family.  My most recent degree is a PhD in Education with an emphasis in professional studies.  I also recently received a Specialized Certificate in Teaching Online.  Although I have numerous professional degrees, I have learned the most from my children and my students.

When I am not at Palomar College, you are likely to find me running, doing yoga, bicycling, roller blading, reading, or riding on the motorcycle with my husband.

I look forward to meeting you and to be a part of your journey in this life.

Joyfully, Laurel Anderson, PhD