Teaching Experience

 

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 (Fall, 2018)

Teaching Intern (similar role to a teaching assistant), Achievement Motivation, Honors College, University of Maryland (Spring, 2016)

Teaching Intern, Adolescent Development, Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology, University of Maryland (Fall, 2015)

Invited Lecturer: Educational Psychology; Lifespan Development; Research Methods, Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology, University of Maryland (2014 - 2017)

MATCH Corps Teacher and Tutor: Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Pre-Calculus, A.P. Calculus, MATCH Charter Public High School, Boston, MA (2011-2012)


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 undergraduate student on an honors thesis research project. 


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)