Summer 2015 Class Listing for Palo Alto Adult School

Please complete this form for each class that you will be teaching in the Summer 2015 quarter. This process will assist us in creating a catalog class listing, as well as a more detailed class description on our website. Please consider photos, images or other supporting material that can be added to the web class listing. Our goal is to fill every fall class!

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Enter first and last name

Enter your personal email address if you want to publish it with your class listing.

Enter your business website if you want to include it in your class listing.

Enter name if a 2nd instructor is teaching the same class. Otherwise, leave these spaces blank.

Enter the date that your class starts between Sept. 8 and November 14.

Enter the date for your last class

Identify the day(s) of the week when your class will be held. To select more than one day, click the day and hold down the Ctrl key (Windows, Linux) or Command (Apple) ⌘ key (Mac) to click multiple days.

Enter start time for your class

Enter time your class will end each session

Identify facility where your class will be held (i.e. Palo Alto HS; Cubberley; Greendell). Include room number if you know it.

Identify any course completion, experience or knowledge that is required prior to signing up for your class. If none, enter "none".

Insert beginning of your course description here. First 20 words will be displayed on the website's program/department summary page (i.e. Arts & Crafts; Cooking; Music) followed by a "read more" link. The "read more" link will take the student to the website's class page which will contain the entire 50 word description, plus any more that you think should be added. Word count:

Continue your class description here. Together, the first 20 words and additional 30 words will complete your 50 word class description for the catalog. Word count:

If you would like to include more detail about your course for your individual class page on the website, continue your class description here.

Identify any supplies that the student must purchase.

Consider photos or images that show work-in-process, finished products / results or images that represent the course subject." Approved release forms are required for any photos that include our students.

Enter a brief biographical statement that tells students how you are qualified to teach the course. You may include references to background, experience, professional training and/or education. Use as a model.