I have taught at UCLA for several years in various departments and positions and have, over time, worked with over 800 students from diverse linguistic, academic and socioeconomic backgrounds. I also have experience in adult and community education across countries and continents, having worked as a museum educator in England, an eyecare educator in Ghana and a language instructor at a school for immigrants in Greece, among other.
If you would like to know more about my teaching philosophy and experience please contact me directly.
Teaching Experience at College of the Sequoias
I teach faculty workshops on a variety of topics including open educational resources, copyright, and digital publishing tools and methods.
Teaching Experience at UCLA
Department of Information Studies, Teaching Fellow and Instructor, Winter & Fall 2017
Information Studies 10: Information and Power
Department of Germanic Languages, Teaching Assistant-Fellow and Instructor, Spring 2013 – June 2018
German 59: The Holocaust in Film and Literature | German 1-4: Beginners and Intermediate German
Department of Musicology, Teaching Assistant, Winter 2013
Music History 5: The History of Rock’n’Roll
Best TA, Department of Germanic Languages, UCLA, 2015-2016