Over the last few years I have become increasingly interested in effective teaching, grounded in evidence-based pedagogical practices. To this end, I have worked frequently with the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation at CMU. In addition to participating in workshops, I frequently meet with Eberly Center consultants for advice in designing my syllabi and courses, and in June 2019 participated in the Eberly Center's Teaching as Research Institute.
CMU Signature Course
Over the course of Summer 2020, together with my colleagues Mandy Simons and Thomas Werner, I am overhauling 80-180 Nature of Language as part of the Eberly Center's Signature Course initiative. The goal is to develop OLI modules to support remote and hybrid instruction, in part driven by CMU's COVID-19 response, and with the goal of creating quality online materials for future iterations.
CMU Provost's Inclusive Teaching Fellowship
I am thrilled to have been awarded one of CMU's Provost's Inclusive Teaching Fellowship. The goal of this fellowship is to diversity course content. Read my application here.
Scholarship in Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
During the 2019–2020 academic year, I am one of the inaugural members of the Faculty Learning Committee, as part of the NSF-funded, Linguistic Society of America initiative in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). The PIs on this grant are Kazuko Hiramatsu and Michal Temkin Martinez.
As part of this grant, the FLC put together the following resource (August 2020).
Pedagogical Approaches to Laboratory Phonology: Satellite workshop at LabPhon17
Together with Mark Gibson and Jonathan Howell, I organised a workshop on pedagogy as it relates to teaching Laboratory Phonology.