Deborah Ann Huszagh-Lockwood

Photo of Deborah Ann Huszagh-Lockwood Department English as a Second Language (ESL) Department 
 Office Chinatown/Northbeach
 Phone (415) 395-8600
 Mailbox CHNB
 E-Mail dhuszagh@ccsf.edu
 Fall 2012 
 Office Hours
 
Monday
5:00-5:30PM
Fall 2012 Teaching Schedule

No teaching assignment for Fall 2012.

B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz; M.A., New York University

Professor Huszagh-Lockwood has been teaching at CCSF since 1995.

She is a creative professional who views her job as an opportunity to make the world a better place. She strives to create a dynamic learning environment that promotes language learning and is constantly experimenting with new materials and techniques. She actively generates materials that meet the needs of students by addressing issues of ethnic, educational, and cultural diversity.

Currently she is the Facilitator for the ESL By TV program, a noncredit ESL program the runs mostly on the weekends. She coordinates the airing of two ESL video programs on CCSF's Ch. 27 and oversees four ESL By TV classes at three different campuses. Currently she is developing a new ESL By TV class for levels 3/4. At Chinatown Campus she maintains two bulletin boards that provide civic and community information. In addition, she tutors older ESL students who are taking credit classes at the local community college. She is also active in the Bay Area Tibet Association as well three international organizations: Tibet International, Lotus Outreach, and Ripa Ladrang Foundation.

Professor Huszagh-Lockwood is an active member of CATESOL and FACCCC. Over the years she has published numerous articles including CCSF's ESLetter:

ESLetter, "Teacher Talk." April 2005
" A Christmas Offering." December 2003
"This and That." December 2001
"A Student's Story: Linking VESL to Vocational Programs." November 2000
"A Tibetan Odyssey." March 1999

Other publications include:
-Transitions Abroad, "Opportunities Abound in Taiwan." January 1996
-MiphamRinpoche, "The Buddha No Further Than One's Hand." Translated by Deborah Lockwood.
Dream Yoga and the Practice of Natural Light, Ed. Michael Katz. Ithaca: Snow Lion Publications, 1992.
-Vajradhatu Sun , "Bringing the Dharma to Tibet." 1986

Currently she is working on a book about King Gesar, a legendary hero of western China who established Buddhism on the ancient border of China and Tibet around 1000 AD.

Professor Huszagh-Lockwood hobbies and extracurricular activities include swimming, bicycling, gardening, meditating and reading ancient Buddhist texts.

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