In the Spring of 2020, I developed and led a course on social science research design. My teaching experiences in higher education have also included leading discussion and lab sections in other social science courses (statistical methods, human development research design), serving as a teaching intern in the college, and facilitating workshops on pedagogical practice for university instructors.
Outside of the university, I have led professional development programming for educators in K-12 schools and youth workers in community-based organizations, and worked as a middle school classroom teacher and administrator.
Below is a list of my teaching experiences at the University of Chicago:
University of Chicago Courses
Instructor of Record, Social Science Inquiry III (undergraduate), The College, Spring 2020
Teaching Assistant, Statistical Methods of Research I (undergraduate and graduate), Stephen Raudenbush (instructor), Department of Sociology, Winter 2020
Teaching Intern, Social Science Inquiry III (undergraduate), Micere Keels (instructor), Department of Comparative Human Development, Spring 2019
Teaching Intern, Social Science Inquiry I and II (undergraduate), Milena Ang (instructor), Department of Political Science, Fall 2018 and Winter 2019
Teaching Assistant, Human Development Research Designs in Social Sciences (undergraduate), Anna Mueller (instructor), Department of Comparative Human Development, Winter 2019
University of Chicago Workshops
Senior Teaching Fellow, Fundamentals of Teaching in the Social Sciences (graduate), Chicago Center for Teaching, Fall 2020, Fall 2019
Co-Facilitator, Whiteness in Higher Education (graduate and instructors), Chicago Center for Teaching/Race and Pedagogy Working Group, Winter 2020