As a member of Future Professoriate Program for Teaching Associates in Political Science department, I participated a series of professional development workshops regarding lesson planning, creating grading rubrics, interactive teaching, and instructional design at Syracuse University. Moreover, I work toward a Certificate in University Teaching (CUT). These activities have contributed my teaching portfolio toward gaining a successful learning outcome, universal design to include diverse skilled students, and the essentials of teaching.
My teaching interests include courses on Introduction to Political Theory, History of Political Thought, Contemporary Political Philosophy, and Ethics and Immigration. I worked as a Teaching Assistant (TA) at Syracuse University for the following courses and semesters:
- Introduction to Political Philosophy (PSC 125), Spring 2018, with Prof. Pamela Ryan
- Contemporary Political Philosophy (PSC 382/ PHI 471), Fall 2017, with Prof. Elizabeth F. Cohen
- Introduction to Political Philosophy (PSC 125), Syracuse University, Spring 2017, with Prof. Glyn Morgan
- Introduction to Political Philosophy (PSC 125), Syracuse University, Fall 2016, with Prof. Laurence Thomas
In addition to general responsibilities of TAs such as grading essays, organizing exams and holding office hours, I have had discussion sections where I lecture, lead class discussions, and organize group exercises/presentations.