Teaching Experience

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I am particularly interested in teaching courses related to learning, development, and education at the undergraduate and/or graduate level. My teaching experiences include:

Instructor, Human Development and Education, Department of Education, Brown University

Teaching Intern, Achievement Motivation, Honors College, University of Maryland

Teaching Intern, Adolescent Development, Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology, University of Maryland

Invited Lecturer: Educational Psychology; Lifespan Development; Research Methods, Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology, University of Maryland

MATCH Corps Teacher and Tutor: Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Pre-Calculus, A.P. Calculus, MATCH Charter Public High School, Boston, MA


Mentorship and Advising Experience

I have supervised more than twenty-five undergraduate research assistants on projects including experimental lab studies, coding of open-ended interviews, and coding of essay responses during intervention studies. I currently supervise one honors thesis student. 


K-12 Outreach 

I have done the following educational outreach work focused on students' learning in grades K-12:

South River High School, Annapolis, MD. I mentored a group of high school students in a research methods class to plan and execute an intervention study (2015-2017)

Boston Partners in Education, Boston, MA. I served as a math and literacy tutor in the classroom for two high-need middle school students. I designed and implemented two professional development workshops to instruct other tutors about supporting students' motivation while tutoring (2017-2018)