This section of my profile focuses on my record and goals as a teacher. As my introduction indicates, I firmly believe that teaching and community engagement should lie either at or near the heart of the historian’s academic agenda. Historians’ points of engagement with students and with the public offer chances to make real and tangible social differences.
This section includes pages explaining my motivations and rationales as a teacher, displaying my record as an instructor, and demonstrating my approach to pedagogy and class creation. You can find these pages either by following the links below, or by clicking on the links available in the left-hand menu.
〉 Statement of Teaching Philosophy
〉 Statement on Diversity and Inclusive Teaching
〉Courses that I Have Taught
— includes syllabi, assignments, observation reports, and student evaluations
〉Course Evaluations and Student Feedback
〉Assessment of Student Work
— examples of my feedback on student essays
— includes syllabi and rationale for three potential classes
〉Teaching as Research
— Includes an example of a recent SoTL project