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Teaching

She has had me ruthlessly curious about the food I eat and its social origins and impacts.
— Anonymous student, copied verbatim from Fall 2013 evaluations.

As Sessional Lecturer at the University of Toronto Scarborough

 Fall 2013, HISC14H3F, “Edible History: History of Global Foodways.”

  • 3rd year course.
  • Designed course syllabus, gave weekly lectures, graded student assignments and exams, supervised one teaching assistant, student counseling during office hours and electronically.
  • Enrollment: 71 students.

Summer 2013, HISA04H3, “Themes in World History I: Worlds of Water.”

  • 1st year course.
  • Designed course syllabus, gave weekly lectures, graded student assignments and exams, supervised two teaching assistants, student counseling during office hours and electronically.
  • Enrollment: 85 students.

Fall 2012, HISC14H3F, “Edible History: History of Global Foodways.”

  • 3rd year course.
  • Designed course syllabus, gave weekly lectures, graded student assignments and exams, supervised one teaching assistant, student counseling during office hours and electronically.
  • Enrollment: 77 students.

As Teaching Assistant at the University of Toronto

Fall/Winter 2012-13, IFP 100, “Themes in World History.”                                    

  • 1st year course integrated in bridging program for English-as-a-second language international students.
  • Lead weekly tutorials, graded student assignments and exams, student counseling during office hours and electronically, participated to curriculum development.
  • Course taught by Dr. Alexandra Guerson.
  • Tutorial Enrollment: 35 students.

Fall/Winter 2011-12, IFP100, “Ten Days that Shook the World.”   

  • 1st year course integrated in bridging program for English-as-a-second language international students.
  • Lead weekly tutorials, graded student assignments and exams, student counseling during office hours and electronically, participated to curriculum development.
  • Course taught by Dr. Alexandra Guerson.
  • Tutorial Enrollment: 35 students.

Fall/Winter 2010-11, IFP 100, “Themes in World History.”                        

  • 1st year course integrated in bridging program for English-as-a-second language international students.
  • Lead weekly tutorials, graded student assignments and exams, student counseling during office hours and electronically, participated to curriculum development.
  • Course taught by Dr. Alexandra Guerson.
  • Tutorial Enrollment: 35 students.

Fall/Winter 2009-10, HIS271, “American History since 1607.”

  • Lead weekly tutorials, graded student assignments and exams, student counseling during office hours and electronically.  
  • Course taught by Dr. Geoffrey Stewart. 
  •  Tutorial Enrollment: 60 students

Fall 2008, HISC14H3F, “History of Global Foodways.”                            

  •  Lead weekly tutorials, graded student assignments and exams, student counseling during office hours and electronically.
  •  Course taught by Professor Daniel Bender.
  • Tutorial Enrollment: 70 students.

Fall/Winter 2007-08    HIS271, “American History since 1607."

  • Lead weekly tutorials, graded student assignments and exams, student counseling during office hours and electronically.
  • Course taught by Professors Michael Wayne and Rick Halpern.
  • Tutorial Enrollment: 30 students

Fall/Winter 2006-07    HIS271, “American History since 1607.”

  • Lead weekly tutorials, graded student assignments and exams, student counseling during office hours and electronically.
  • Course taught by Professors Michael Wayne and Rick Halpern.
  • Tutorial Enrollment: 15 student