Currently a PhD candidate in Classical Archaeology at Cornell University, I have been both instructor and teaching assistant for courses in archaeology, classics, and Latin language.
This portfolio presents my overall teaching philosophy, which results from student and professor feedback on my teaching practices, formal pedagogical knowledge from teaching workshops and seminars, and critical self-reflection. It presents my teaching history, including my reflections on past experiences and student evaluations. Finally, it includes prospective courses that I hope to offer as my career as a university instructor begins.
The creation and continual revision of this teaching portfolio has facilitated a thoughtful and self-reflective approach to my pedagogical style, helping me to identify my strengths, improve my weaknesses, and document my journey and development as an educator.