teaching experience

Teaching Assistant. Professor Teresa Nugent, Dept. of English, University of Colorado at Boulder. Jan. 2016 – May. 2016

One of Professor Nugent's six Teaching Assistants, I will lead two “Shakespeare for Non-Majors” recitation classes. Duties will include designing lesson plans, creating grading rubrics and assignment questions, marking student projects, and advising students on stylistic choices and appropriate writing formats. I will also provide pedagogical support to the Teaching Assistant group, and build the digital frameworks for the course.

Teaching Assistant. Professor Katherine Eggert, Dept. of English, University of Colorado at Boulder. Aug. 2015 – Dec. 2015

The sole Teaching Assistant for Professor Eggert, I led three “Shakespeare for Majors” recitation sessions. Duties included designing lesson plans, running recitations, creating grading rubrics and exam questions, marking assignments and tests, and advising students on stylistic choices and appropriate writing formats.

Teaching Assistant. Professor David Glimp, Dept. of English, University of Colorado at Boulder. Aug. 2014 – Dec. 2014

One of Professor Glimp's six Teaching Assistants, I led two “Shakespeare for Non-Majors” recitation classes. Duties included designing lesson plans, running recitations, creating grading rubrics, marking assignments and tests, and advising students on stylistic choices and appropriate writing formats.

"READING BETWEEN THE PAGE AND SCREEN" SYLLABUS

As part of an independent study with Professor Lori Emerson, I designed a syllabus titled "Reading Between the Page and Screen" in order to think about the pedagogical concerns connected to my research on digital literature. Alongside this syllabus I created project briefs for students visiting the Media Archaeology Lab.