Teaching Experience

I have had the privilege at numerous institutions to experience a variety of teaching contexts, and to evaluate and refine the effectiveness of my teaching practices with a diverse set students, needs, and expectations. Below you will find a detailed record of the courses I have offered at a variety of public and private institutions. See the competencies page for an overview of my teaching history and preparation, or the course materials page for example syllabi, lesson plans, and activities.

SUNY-Geneseo, Department of Languages & Literatures (literature)

Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish (2012–2014)
Assistant Professor of Spanish (2014–present)

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SUNY-Geneseo, Department of Languages & Literatures (language)

Assistant Professor of Spanish (2012–present)

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SUNY-Geneseo, Department of Languages & Literatures (culture)

Assistant Professor of Spanish (2012–present)

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SUNY-Geneseo, Department of Western Humanities

Assistant Professor of Spanish (2012–present)

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Department of Spanish, College of the Holy Cross (Click to reveal courses taught)

Adjunct Lecturer (2011–2012)
  • Intermediate Spanish I (Spring 2012)
  • Intermediate Spanish II (Fall 2011, Spring 2012)

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Department of Hispanic Studies, Brown University (Click to reveal courses taught)

Graduate Student Teaching Assistant (2006–2010)
  • Basic Spanish I (Fall 2006)
  • Basic Spanish II (Spring 2007)
  • Intermediate Spanish II (Fall 2007)
  • Advanced Spanish I: Conversation and Culture (Spring 2008)
  • Advanced Spanish II: Advanced Composition (Fall 2008, Spring 2008, *Fall 2010)

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Brown University Medical School (Click to reveal courses taught)

  • Medical Spanish (Fall 2009, Fall 2010, Fall 2011)
    • I designed this course specifically for second-year medical students. The course focuses on the acquisition of practical medical vocabulary and its implementation in diagnostic medical interviews. The materials and practices that I developed for this course continue to be used by its current instructors.

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Continuing Studies, Brown University (Click to reveal courses taught)

  • Spanish 3 (Spring 2010)
    • I designed this course specifically for a small class of professionals interested in Spanish. The course focused on improving their capacity to meaningfully communicate while strengthening core grammatical understanding.
  • Spanish 2 (Spring 2011)
    • I designed this course to provide the strong foundation in grammar and basic vocabulary necessary to advance to Spanish 3. Grammar and vocabulary practice was provided through textbook materials as well as authentic sources such as newspapers, literature, music, and film.

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