Teaching

I see teaching as deeply interconnected with research and engagement. I seek to co-create inclusive classroom spaces as communities of practice engaged in active, experiential, and hybrid learning; that value lifelong and lifewide learning experiences; and that embody an ethic of care for my students as colleagues, as intellectuals and activists, and as developing professionals. Since there is no teaching without learning (a lesson I’ve learned from @IleneDawn), learning is the primary focus in my classrooms.

Below are a list of courses I’ve taught. Someday soon I’ll have more of my teaching philosophy here.

Spring 2015

GRAD 8200 Multicultural Inclusive Learning and Teaching

Fall 2013

YoST 4315/5314 Youthwork in Schools

GRAD 8101 Teaching in Higher Education (Teaching Intern)

Spring 2013

PA 3961 / OLPD 3302 Leadership, You, and Your Community

Spring 2012

PA 1961W / EdPA 1301W Personal Leadership in the University

PA 3961 / OLPD 3302 Leadership, You, and Your Community

Directed Study for 2 undergraduate students

Fall 2011

PA 1961W / EdPA 1301W Personal Leadership in the University

PA 3971 / OLPD 3306 Leadership Minor: Field Experience

Directed Study for 3 undergraduate students

Spring 2011

PA 1961W / EdPA 1301W Personal Leadership in the University

Fall 2010

PA 1961W / EdPA 1301W Personal Leadership in the University

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