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01 teaching experience

  • TA, Philosophy & the Sciences, CU Boulder Spring 2022

  • TA, Introduction to Philosophy, CU Boulder Fall 2021

  • TA, Critical Thinking, CU Boulder Spring 2021

  • TA, Ethics & Info Tech, CU Boulder Fall 2020

  • TA, Symbolic Logic, CU Boulder Spring 2020

  • Tutor, Introduction to Medical Ethics, CU Boulder Fall 2019

  • TA, Introduction to Logic, Pepperdine Fall 2015

  • Refugee Tutor, English Language Learning, Paper Airplanes, Summer 2016-2021

02 pedagogical training

  • Mentoring the Mentors Workshop, Pacific APA 2020 (remote due to COVID-19)

  • Inclusive Pedagogy Workshop, CU Boulder Dept. of Philosophy, Spring 2020

  • Summer Intensive Pedagogy Workshop for TAs, CU Boulder Graduate School

  • Certificate in College Teaching (in progress), CU Boulder Graduate School
    Attend 20-40 hours of workshops on inclusive pedagogy, universal design, student support, etc.

  • Seminar on Education and Peacebuilding, Center for Humanistic Education at The Ghetto Fighters' House (Haifa, Israel), 2017

03 professional development & certifications

  • Certificate, Mental Health First Aid USA, National Council for Behavioral Health, 2019

  • Certificate, Cultural and Linguistic Competence to Address Disparities and Inequities, Northern Vermont Area Health Education Center, 2019

  • Certificate, Cultural Orientation: Advanced, Cultural Orientation Resource Exchange, 2019

  • Certificates, Reception and Placement and Matching Grant, U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, 2018 and 2019

  • Lessons from Little Rock, Dr. Terrence Roberts, Museum of Tolerance, 2016

  • From the Depths of Hate, Tim Zaal, Museum of Tolerance, 2016

  • Reflections on Anti-LGBTQ Bias, Michael Eselun, Museum of Tolerance, 2015

  • Certificate, Holocaust Studies for Educators: Teaching the Shoah and Antisemitism, International School for Holocaust Studies, Yad Vashem (Jerusalem), 2015


04 teaching evaluations

My full set of teaching evaluations is available online through CU Boulder's Faculty Course Questionnaire. Here are some anonymous comments students submitted for the courses Critical Thinking and Introduction to Philosophy.

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