Course: Child Language Impairments, Fall 2018
Teaching Assistant and Co-Instructor
Taught weekly lab sessions where students learned practical clinical skills, such as transcribing, coding, and analyzing language samples, computing and interpreting quantitative measures of language competency across domains, providing parents with family-friendly information about child language development, and evaluating current research to enhance practice.
Guest lectured on various course topics including lexical development, atypical language development, pragmatic language, and bilingualism.
Course: Research Design & Statistical Analysis, Fall 2018
Guest lectured on the topic of Introduction to R: Data Manipulation and Visualization Using Dplyr and GGplot2.
Course: Speech Acoustics, Fall 2017, 2018
Guest lectured on the topic of Prosody, its acoustic correlates, and implications for clinical populations.
Course: Early Intervention for Infants and Toddlers, Fall 2015
Guest lectured on the topic of Language Development in Children with Hearing Loss, supervised weekly hands-on lab sessions where students learned specific strategies related to effective early intervention practices, graded assignments
FORMAL PEDAGOGY TRAINING
Certificate in College Teaching, December 2017
College Teaching Practicum, Fall 2017
As a participant in this program, I engaged in one-semester practicum in which we enhance the effectiveness of our current teaching and assessment practices by modeling learned teaching strategies in classroom observations and receiving feedback from teaching consultants.
Seminar in College Teaching, Summer 2017
A one-semester seminar that explores and develops teaching skills. Throughout the sessions, educational theory and practice and a variety of active learning strategies (cooperative learning, problem-posing, case study, interactive lecturing, discussion, critical thinking, role-playing) were modeled and discussed.