The goal of my teaching is for students to connect their diverse, lived experiences to society. Through problem-posing exercises, debates, and group discussions, students develop a critical lens to challenge sociocultural assumptions and discover means for social change. I teach courses that encourage students to approach complex questions of inequality from an intersectional lens. The effectiveness of my pedagogical techniques was recognized with the Northeastern Sociology Department Outstanding Graduate Teacher Award in 2016.
Sample syllabi are linked below.
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Science, Technology, and the Making of Identities & Differences (first-year writing seminar)
Northeastern University, Teaching Assistant
Introduction to Sociology
The 21st Century Workplace
Sociology of the Family
Social Networks & Organizations
Sociology of Boston