My goal whenever I enter a classroom is to find ways to engage students in the process of learning physics. Having students actively participate in their own instruction helps me as a teacher to present the material in ways they are better able to learn it, as well as helping the students to retain information and begin applying it to situations. Ultimately, the goal is for my students to develop intellectual independence where they will engage with the material without instruction and become a leader in their own education.
A detailed discussion of my teaching philosophy can be found in my Teaching Statement.
I am not currently teaching
Past Teaching Assignments
|Semester||Course Number||Course Name||Instructor|
|S2019||PY 208||Physics for Engineers and Scientists II||C. Stapleford|
|Primary instructor for the largest of four sections taught this semester. My feedback summery for this semester can be found here|
|S2018||PY 202||University Physics II||C. Fröhlich|
|Observed and implemented my projects for the PTP program. Guest lectured on multiple occasions.|
|F2017||PY 208||Physics for Engineers and Scientists II||C. Fröhlich|
|Observed as part of PTP Program. Guest lectured for Dr. Fröhlich and Mr. Erb’s section.|
|F2015||PY 209||Physics for Engineers and Scientists II Laboratory||C. Stapleford|
|Primary instructor for 4 lab sections that met weekly through the semester|