My teaching philosophies and practices are informed by ideals for equitable relations and a passion for transformative education that is grounded in feminist writing pedagogies, rhetorical genre studies, and composition theory. As a writing teacher, I try to help students understand themselves as writers who are faced with numerous complex and challenging writing situations everyday, rhetorical situations that I hope to give them the tools to effectively navigate.

To learn more about my teaching philosophy & theoretical approach to the classroom, see:

Teaching Philosophy

While at Syracuse University, I’ve had the opportunity to teach a wide array of classes from first and second year writing to professional writing and an upper-division research writing course. To view my course websites, syllabi, assignments and other course materials, see:

Teaching Materials.