As an aspiring facutly member, my mission as an eductor is to disseminate knowledge, teach specific skills, and prepare students for their future careers. To do this, my teaching philosophy can be summarized into three foundational pillars: (1) clarity of learning objectives and assessments, (2) communication of concepts to diverse audiences, and (3) empower students to solve new problems. More details can be found within my teaching statement.
Cornell University: Graduate Teaching Assistant
|Course: BIOMG 4870 Human Genomics||Fall 2017, Fall 2018||Syllabus|
|Course: BTRY 4830 Quantitative Genetics and Genomics||Spring 2018||Syllabus|
Cornell University: Center for Teaching Innovation GET SET
Cornell University’s Center for Teaching Innovation supports the university’s teaching community. The GET SET workshops offer participants the opportunity to attend weekly workshops on teaching and learning in higher education. These workshops introduce participants to broad aspects of teaching in higer education by providing brief theoretical backgrounds, offering practical approaches, and working to imagine ways to incorporate these techniques into their classroom.
|Understanding How Your Students Learn||Fall 2019|
|Using Active Learning Strategies In Your Teaching||Fall 2019|
|Grading Effectively||Fall 2019|
|The Role of TAs in Cultivating an Inclusive Classroom||Fall 2019|
|How Do I Know My Students Are Learning Before the Semester Ends||Fall 2019|