Many capacities have demonstrated my ability to work with and tailor my teaching approaches to meet a variety of student populations at varying academic levels, from high school-aged students to postdocs/faculty members. My primary areas of expertise center around community college research and college students with autism, and inclusive teaching practices more recently, although my background in journalism, psychology and writing have also accounted for various roles that have defined my academic career.
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON
- “Inclusive Teaching” for the Center for the Integration for Research, Teaching and Learning (CIRTL) (2017)
- Developed curriculum and co-teach an online, synchronous class for graduate students, postdocs, faculty and administrators at a range of institutions across the United States. The course centers on inclusive teaching practices.
- “Psychology of Learning” for Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth (WCATY) (2017)
- Created curriculum and taught high-schoolers about the foundations of psychology, especially as it relates to motivation, intellect, cognition and ways of learning.
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
- ASU Downtown Phoenix Writing Center (August 2014 – May 2015)
- Learning and Motivation – PSY 320 (January 2014 – May 2014)
- Introduction to Statistics – PSY 230 (August 2013 – December 2013)