Teaching

I am a teacher.  I love teaching.  Interacting with students, reading and viewing their work, and revising my pedagogy is a large part of who I am, what I study, and how I learn.  At Oakland University, I currently teach first-year composition courses and courses in digital media writing and rhetoric.  Below, I provide links to teaching materials.

WRT 330: Digital Culture (taught at Oakland University)
330 Digital Culture Syllabus, winter 2015
Oral Presentation on the final digital activism project in the course.  

Online articles about WRT 330’s final project:
Oakland University Students Gaming to Benefit Beaumont Children’s Hospital,” The Beaumont Blog
Oakland University Students Host Game Day to Relieve Stress,” The Oakland Press

WRT 232: Writing for New Media (taught at Oakland University)
232 Syllabus Fall 2015

WRT 160: Composition II (taught at Oakland University)
160 Syllabus Fall 2014

English 229: Professional Writing (taught at the University of Michigan)
Course Subtitle: “Rhetoric, Design, Technology: Composing 21st Century Professional Texts”
Syllabus 229 Winter 2012

English 225: Academic Argumentation (taught at the University of Michigan)
Course Subtitle: “Academic Argumentation in the 21st Century”
Syllabus 225 Fall 2010

English 125: Introduction to College Writing (taught at the University of Michigan)
Winter 2010 course: “College Writing”
Syllabus 125 Winter 2010

 

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