In this digital portfolio, you will find details about the pedagogical values and practices I developed in my time teaching at Georgetown. In addition to teaching courses in the theology department, for the last two years I worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS, pronounced “Candles”), Georgetown’s hub for excellence in teaching, learning, assessment, and technology-enhanced pedagogy. In this role, I helped facilitate the Doyle Engaging Difference Faculty Fellows program, which works with faculty from across the university to help them redesign courses in order to better engage themes of difference and diversity in their teaching. Additionally, I helped lead Georgetown’s Apprenticeship in Teaching program, a teaching development opportunity open to all graduate students at the university.
This site highlights my record of teaching effectiveness as well as the pedagogical expertise I honed during my time at Georgetown.