I’m so grateful to my friends and colleagues, Dr. Sarah Vincent and Dr. Marcela Herdova, for participating in this roundtable. And I want to thank DIRECTO for all the work that they put into this fantastic event. As I posted previously, the presentation was based on research from Oregon State University, which found that bothContinue reading “Getting CCOMFE in Times of Crisis – Post-Presentation”
On Thursday, September 17th, I will be leading a roundtable discussion for the annual fall symposium on Diversity and Inclusion in Research and Teaching (DIRECTO) at Florida State University. Joining me for the discussion will be my friends and colleagues Marcela Herdova (Assistant Professor, Florida State University) and Sarah Vincent (Assistant Teaching Faculty, Florida StateContinue reading “Getting CCOMFE in Times of Crisis”
In this post I present the last part of my teaching philosophy statement. As I go back through and read this, I can see that things have already started to change. In a post-COVID world, I am thinking more and more about what kind of instructor I want to be and how to reach myContinue reading “Revisiting My Teaching Philosophy Statement – Part 3”
In my first post, I shared the first section of my teaching philosophy statement. In section 2 (below), I focus more on the how of teaching. Here you go: Only a tiny fraction of students who attend FSU will go on to become scholars. The majority of undergraduates in my classroom will not go onContinue reading “Revisiting My Teaching Philosophy Statement – Part 2”
I had a really hard time deciding what to write as my very first blog post. What I settled on is revisiting my teaching philosophy statement. That might sound a little weird. I don’t know about you, but I have always found writing teaching statements to be a difficult task. I have no problem talkingContinue reading “Revisiting My Teaching Philosophy Statement – Part 1”
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