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Teaching Materials

Keyboard Keys Tools GraphicAs a deeply passionate teacher, I invest a great deal of time and energy in my students and developing my course tools. I would like to share with you some of my syllabi, assignments, PowerPoints, and other materials from the courses I teach at Gettysburg College. All of the documents are available to download in PDF format.


Gettysburg College

SOC 103 Introduction to Sociology

This entry-level survey course gives students an overview of they key ideas and subfields within sociology. I focus on how people organize themselves and how they build and interact with the institutions, systems, and structures of society; these include social, political, economic, and cultural components.

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 103 -  Introduction to Sociology Syllabus PDFSyllabus
SOC 103 Introduction to Sociology

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 103 - Social Inequality in the U.S. PowerPoint PDFPowerPoint Lecture
Social Inequality in the U.S.

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 103 - Life Happens: Understanding Poverty Social Services and Low-Wage Work Budgeting Activity PDFClassroom Activity
Understanding Poverty Activity

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 103 - Group Discussion Leader Assignment PDFAssignment
Group Discussion Leader Assignment



SOC 217 Gender Inequalities

This course analyzes how our lives are shaped by gender. We examine how we are socialized to embody gendered selves and how the world is organized to perpetuate gendered behaviors. I pay particular attention to ways that social class, race, sexuality and nationality intersect with gendered privileges.

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 217 - Gender Inequalities Syllabus PDFSyllabus
SOC 217 Gender Inequalities

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 217 - Gender, Patriarchy and Families: Comparing Family Policies in the U.S. & China PowerPoint PDFPowerPoint Lecture
Gender Patriarchy and Families

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 217 - Final Research Paper Project PDFFinal Project
Final Research Paper Project


Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 217 - Fourth-Hour Activities Reflection Papers PDFAssignment
Fourth-Hour Activities Reflection Papers

SOC 250 Digital Culture & Online Behavior

This special topic course explores the implications of living in a techno-social society, where technology and social interaction are so deeply interconnected. Some of the major themes I focus on include consumption and participatory culture, identity and humanity, and critical information and data literacy.

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 250 - Digital Culture and Online Behavior (Special Topic) Syllabus PDFSyllabus
SOC 250 Digital Culture & Online Behavior

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 250 - Social Hyper-Connection & Cultural Transformation: Lessons from the Digital Natives PowerPoint PDFPowerPoint Lecture
Social Hyper-Connection

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 250 - Class Digital Culture Website Project PDFClass Semester Project
Class Digital Culture Website Project

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 250 - Annotated Resources Assignment PDFAssignment
Annotated Resources Assignment


SOC 296 Intro to Sociological Theory

The course introduces and examines the foundational ideas, perspectives and texts of sociological theory. During the semester we will explore the works of classical theorists, mid-century thinkers, and contemporary theorist. We will investigate not only the theoretical traditions themselves, but consider the social context and academic environments from which these thinkers and theoretical traditions emerged.

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 296 -  Intro to Sociological Theory Syllabus PDFSyllabus
SOC 296 Intro to Sociological Theory

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 296 - Situated Knowledges: Science, Feminism and Partial Perspective PowerPoint PDFPowerPoint Lecture
Situated Knowledges

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 296 - Weekly Reading Notes PDFAssignment
Weekly Reading Notes

Download Prof. Alecea Standlee's SOC 296 - Final Paper PDFAssignment
Final Paper

 

Teaching Experience

Gettysburg College - Assistant Professor of Sociology
2017 - Present

  • SOC 103: Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC 217: Gender Inequalities
  • SOC 250: Sociology of Digital Culture and Online Behavior (Special Topic)
  • SOC 296: Introduction to Sociological Theory
  • SOC 460: Independent Study (Individualized Study-Research)
  • SOC 470: Independent Study (Individualized Study-Internship)
  • IDS 90: Integrative Experience (Individualized Study)

Concord University - Assistant Professor of Sociology
2012 - 2017

  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC 201 Social Problems
  • SOC 220 Sociology of Gender
  • SOC 230 Sociology of Law
  • SOC 301 Sociology of Families
  • SOC 307 Social Psychology
  • SOC 320 Popular Culture & Social Movements
  • SOC 350 Digital Culture & Social Behavior (Special Topic)
  • SOC 350 Gender, Space and Place (Special Topic)
  • SOC 350 Inequality and Society: Race and Ethnicity (Special Topic)
  • SOC 350 Professional Issues in Sociology (Special Topic)
  • SOC 398 Qualitative Methods in Sociological Research
  • SOC 406 Sociological Theory
  • SOC 470 Independent Study
  • SOC 497-499 McNair Scholar Research
  • WGST 285 Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies
  • WGST 499 Women’s & Gender Studies Capstone

SUNY Empire State College - Online Adjunct Instructor
2010 - 2017

  • ANTH 3020 Families in Global Perspective
  • SOCI 1005 Exploring Society: An Introduction to Sociology
  • SOCI 3130 Contemporary US Society
  • SOCI 3055 Family and Society
  • SOSC 3025 Social Science Research Method

Syracuse University - Graduate Instructor
2008 - 2012

  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC 102 Social Problems
  • SOC 281 Sociology of the Family
  • SOC 305 Sociology of Sex and Gender
  • SOC 319 Qualitative Research Methods

Syracuse University - Teaching Assistant
2006 - 2008

  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology, Dr. Lorraine Herbst
  • SOC 281 Sociology of the Family, Dr. Margaret Usdansky
  • SOC 319 Qualitative Research Methods, Dr. Marjorie DeVault

University of Cincinnati - Graduate Instructor
2004 - 2006

  • WMST 241 Introduction to Women’s Studies

University of Cincinnati - Teaching Assistant
2004 & 2006

  • ENGL 262 American Childhoods in Literature, Dr. Michelle Gibson
  • WMST 241 Introduction to Women’s Studies, Dr. Anne Sisson Runyan

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