Training and Experience with Interactive Teaching, Engaged Learning, Innovation, Ethics, and Interdisciplinarity
|August 2019||Attended two all-day workshops at Utah State University: ‘Foundations of USU Teaching’, and the ‘Empowering Teaching Excellence Conference’.|
|Mar- Apr 2013||One of 10 students accepted into a 5-week long workshop entitled Technology, Pedagogy, & Curriculum, which is offered by Emory’s Center for Interactive Teaching, within the Center for Digital Scholarship.|
|October 2012||Developed two online, interactive teaching tools with web developer and graphic designer Matt Gilbert, as a part of my HHMI Curriculum Development fellowship:|
|October 2012||Attended an Ethics of Teaching Workshop sponsored by the Program for Scholarly
Integrity at Emory University.
|Feb-May 2012||Attended the HHMI Engaged Pedagogy and Active Learning Workshop at Emory University.|
|Fall 2010||Student enrolled in IBS500R: The Science of Teaching. Instructor Dr. Pat Marstellar, who is the director of the Center for Science Education at Emory University.|
|August 2008||Teaching Assistant Training and Teaching Opportunity (TATTO) Program; A two-day
course covering effective, ethical, and innovative teaching strategies for graduate
students at Emory University.