Christine Myers-Baker

Associate Professor Humanities - School of Liberal Arts & Communication

Contact Information

(918) 595-7711
Southeast Campus Room 2205

Chris Myers Baker got her master's degree in Humanities from the University of Tulsa in 1976.. Her undergraduate degree was from the University of Illinois. She majored in French and Spanish education. She is a master teacher of the whole brain learning system known as OptimaLearning.. Chris received the Teaching Excellence award at TCC in 2007 and the Teaching Excellence award from NISOD in Austin, Texas in 2008. In her spare time , she sings and gives inspirational messages.

Courses Taught

  • Humanities 1
  • Humanities 2
  • Art and Identity
  • American Humanities
  • Hollywood's America
  • Literature and Film
  • French, Boys and Girls Learn Differently

Education

  • Bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois in French and Spanish education.
  • Master's degree from the University of Tulsa humanities            

Research Interests

Chris has spent many years in accelerated language learning practicing whole-brain learning techniques. She is also interested in how boys and girls learn differently and experience different brain development.              

Publications & Presentations

Chris Myers-Baker has presented various workshops at conferences and around the TCC network of campuses.

Topics vary from Using Music in the Classroom to Movement in the Classroom. She also has given numerous workshops with Jane Varmecky on using brain breaks to stimulate learning.

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

Member of the Community College Humanities Association

Awards

  • Teaching Excellence award from Tulsa Community College 2007
  • Teaching Excellence award from NISOD in Austin, Texas 2008
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