Teaching

As a postdoctoral research fellow, I currently teach approximately one course per semester. On this page I list the courses I am scheduled to teach in the future, as well as the courses I have taught in the past. Please contact me if you have any questions or would like more information (e.g. if you would like to view a syllabus) for any of these courses.

Future Teaching

Candlemas Semester 2018:

The Enlightenment (with James Harris and Alexander Douglas)

Kant’s Critique of Practical Reason 

Past Teaching

Candlemas Semester 2017:

The Enlightenment (with James Harris and Alexander Douglas)

Michaelmas Semester 2016:

Kant’s Ethics and Its Critics (with Jens Timmermann)

 

Teaching Assistant Experience

Introduction to Philosophy (Western – 2014-15)
Introduction to Logic (Western – 2013)
Big Ideas (Western – 2011)
Early Modern Philosophy: The Empiricists (Windsor – 2011)
Introduction to Ethics (Windsor – 2008, 2009)
Labour and Social Justice (Windsor – 2008)
Contemporary Moral Issues (Windsor – 2008)

Non-Philosophy Teaching Experience

Conversational German  (German Language School London – 2015-16)
Beginner German (German Language School London – 2014-15)

Teaching Certificate

In an effort to improve as an instructor, in 2015 I completed the University of Western Ontario’s ‘Certificate in University Teaching and Learning.’ This is a certificate awarded by Western’s Teaching Support Centre upon the completion of a minimum of 10 teaching workshops (I completed more than 20), the ‘Advanced Teaching Program’ (a month-long course on the theory and practice of teaching), the ‘Teaching Mentor Program’ (a semester-long course where participants attend each other’s courses and exchange feedback), as well as the submission of a complete teaching dossier and an independently designed syllabus.

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