LING/PSYC/SLHS 341 "Language Development"
Introduction to theory and research on language development, with emphasis on word learning and grammatical development. I taught this online course in seven weeks (half of a semester) as the primary instructor.
LING/GER/RSSS 114 "Learning a Foreign Language"
Provides students with important tools to facilitate language learning including knowledge of language and common mistakes learners make. The course project analyzed a language of the student's choice. I taught this course as the primary instructor.
LING/PSYC 201 "Introduction to Linguistics"
An introduction to linguistics for majors with no linguistics background assumed. I taught this course as the primary instructor.
LING/ENGL 322 "Structure and Meaning of Words"
A upper-division course on English phonetics, phonology, morphology, lexical semantics, and history. I taught this course both as a graduate teaching assistant and as the primary instructor.
LING/PSYC 440 "Bilingual Mind"
An online course focusing on the social and psychological principles of bilingualism. I taught this course as a graduate teaching assistant.
LING 150A1 “Mind, Self, and Language”
An introduction to linguistics for a general audience with no linguistics background assumed. Students created their own language as a part of their course project. I have led a once-a-week discussion section of this course for both in-person, online, and honors students. I have also been the course coordinator for this course.
POL 150C2 "What is Politics?"
Examines the consequences of industrial state capitalism including: climate change, potential nuclear terrorism, and the expansion of militarism and warfare, globalization, unfettered capitalism, and social inequality. Students explored possible responses and resistances to these phenomena, and investigated the achievements and difficulties involved with progressive change. This course included both community members and U. of Arizona students. I taught this course as a graduate teaching assistant.
I am also employed as a graduate assistant with Student Accountability and Assistance in the Dean of Students Office at the University of Arizona. I investigate and make decisions of alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct, including the assignment of developmentally appropriate sanctions. Also, I meet with students to empower their taking a proactive role in exploring their own resolutions to be successful both inside and outside the classroom. I provide educational programming by teaching the Personal Responsibility workshop.