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I am teaching Instructional Design for Master’s students. The course is a synchronous, online course. My major goal for this course is to have students to engage with each other and an activity-focused class using the online platform.
Computer Skills for the Information Age
I am teaching a digital literacy course for undergraduates. The course is an asynchornous, online course, so there are no course meetings. This semester I will also be updating the textbook that is used for the course: Computer Skills for the Information Age: An Early College Student’s Primer.
Critique of Education Research
I taught a seminar-style course for doctoral students on critiquing research. We discussed theoretical frameworks, methods, and designs. The students completed 5 major assignments to develop their professional skills related to conducting research and being a scholar.
I taught Engineering Psychology for undergrads. Because Engineering Psychology is an applied field, I designed the course to be project-based. Students have 4 small projects to complete throughout the semester, which comprised the bulk of students’ grades.
I taught a large section of Research Methods for undergrads. About 75% of my students were computer science majors, and the other 25% are psychology majors. I lead an instructional team that comprises me, 2 lab instructors, and 2 teaching assistants. I developed all components of the course and worked with the lab instructors to guide development of the lab.
Introduction to Psychology
I co-taught a large section (about 80 students) of Introduction to Psychology and was responsible for modules on memory, sensation, and perception. For these modules, I prepared and gave lectures, distributed lecture outlines and study guides, and developed test questions.