Teaching

I have two primary goals for my teaching. My goal is to help students attain the skills to think critically about the workings of social structures of power and privilege and of constructions of identity and community, both historically and in contemporary culture. My second goal is to create a space for students to develop their own voice, to achieve academic success, and to ultimately reach their professional goals. My teaching is driven by commitments to student centered learning, student development of transferable skills, and to diversity and inclusion within the classroom.

I have taught the following courses in Women’s and Gender Studies and in the Department of History. Please click on the link below to see the course syllabus.

 

Survey of United States History II Spring 2018 – Dual enrollment and distance learning

Survey of United States History I Fall 2017 – Dual enrollment and distance learning

Survey of United States History I Spring 2017 (online)

Survey of United States History II Spring 2017

Survey of United States History I Fall 2016

Survey of United States History II Fall 2016

Introduction to Women’s Studies (online 2009)

Introduction to Women’s Studies Spring 2009

Issues in Feminism Fall 2008

Issues in Feminism Spring 2009

 

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