My teaching pedagogy centers on cultivating students’ sociological imagination and peer-to-peer learning. When deciding curriculum, I focus on material relevant to our everyday lives and I work to expand traditional sociological canopies by including diverse perspectives. In the classroom, I use my creativity to design insightful discussion questions as well as engaging activities for students to apply course concepts. One of my teaching strengths is that I work to create an environment where students feel comfortable to discuss with myself and their peers. I do this by acknowledging every student and explain with empathy.
SOC 211: Graduate Statistics II
SOC 290: Special Topics--Environmental Sociology
SOC 15: Sociological Research Methods
SOC 111: Environmental Sociology
SOC 131: Urban Inequality