Bill Newman

Dept:
Stem
Title:
FACULTY-NONTENURE 100%
Address:
1701 Broadway
Email:
William.Newman@seattlecolleges.edu
Campus:
Seattle Central College
Office:
Online
Mailstop:
2BE3176
Phone:
2069343111
Hours:
By appointment

Courses

  • Credits: 5.0
  • Class Day: TWTh
  • Start Time: 8:30AM
  • End Time: 9:50AM
  • Room: ARR
  • Section: YU3
  • ClassID: 3066C011
  • Course Title: Javascript 1
  • Credits: 5.0
  • Class Day: TWTh
  • Start Time: 10:10AM
  • End Time: 11:30AM
  • Room: ARR
  • Section: YU4
  • ClassID: 3072C011
  • Course Title: Javascript 1
  • Credits: 2.0
  • Class Day: MW
  • Start Time: 7:00PM
  • End Time: 8:00PM
  • Room: ARR
  • Section: OL
  • ClassID: 3243C011
  • Course Title: Web Career Strategies
  • Credits: 5.0
  • Class Day: TWTh
  • Start Time: 10:10AM
  • End Time: 11:30AM
  • Room: ARR
  • Section: SD1
  • ClassID: 3063C012
  • Course Title: Intro To Software Development & Version Control
  • Credits: 5.0
  • Class Day: TWTh
  • Start Time: 8:30AM
  • End Time: 9:50AM
  • Room: ARR
  • Section: SD2
  • ClassID: 3068C012
  • Course Title: Intro To Software Development & Version Control
  • Credits: 2.0
  • Class Day: ARRANGED
  • Start Time: ARR
  • End Time: ARR
  • Room: ARR
  • Section: OL
  • ClassID: 3209C012
  • Course Title: Web Career Strategies
  • Credits: 5.0
  • Class Day: ARRANGED
  • Start Time: ARR
  • End Time: ARR
  • Room: BE 3176
  • Section: 02
  • ClassID: 3214C012
  • Course Title: Ind Study:cmptr Info Sys

Personal Statement

I've been teaching programming and web development for almost 20 years. I enjoy helping students learn the key fundamentals and help them juggle the pieces and parts and not be overwhelmed. I further love to help students break into industry!

My 2 favorite sayings regarding education are the following:

"Teaching is 90% inspiration and 10% perspiration" - (Opposite of Thomas Edison quote on invention)

The above is important because if we don't enjoy the work we do, chances are we'll not be able to work hard enough to be successful. It's actually a reversal of a Thomas Edison quote. The other quote is the following:

"Don't let your schoolin' get in the way of your education" - Mark Twain

The above is important because there is so much more to learn outside of the boundaries of a classroom, and especially in the programming and development world, circa 2019. As developers, we can't sit on the laurels of what we've been taught or what has been successful before. We must continue to learn and re-examine our strategies.