Teaching

University of Calgary, September 2010 to Present

  • Three times nominated for Students’ Union Teaching Excellence award.
  • I have taught courses between 6 and 130 students per class, applied for ethics approval & supervised course-based undergraduate research projects, employed innovative learning technologies both inside and outside of the classroom (i.e. Wikispaces, ArcGIS Explorer Online, Blackboard forums, Adober Presenter, Elluminate Live).

Courses Taught:

  • MDCH 700: Independent Studies in Aboriginal Health Literacy
  • INDG 313: Research Methods in Native American Contexts
  • ANTH 379: Urban Anthropology
  • ANTH 321: Ethnographic Survey of Latin America (3 times)
  • ANTH 399: The Environment & Culture
  • ANTH 421: Contemporary Latin American Society
  • ANTH 203: Introduction to Anthropology (2 times)

Course Preceptor:

  • MDSC 508:  Bachelor’s of Health Sciences Thesis Course

View sample of  teaching materials.

Mount Royal University, Calgary, Fall 2014

Courses Taught:

  • ANTH 3205: Anthropological Imaginings of Latin America

 

Dalhousie University, Halifax, 2002-2005

Courses Assisted:

  • SOSA 1050: Exploring Culture and Society
  • SOSA 2001: Ethnography in Global Context
  • ASSC 1100: Interdiscipinary Issues in Career Development

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