Teaching Portfolio

The documents included here serve to document, annotate, and reflect on my past teaching experiences. You can find sample syllabi and lesson plans that I have created for various courses. I will also include my own annotations - my rationale for specific design choices for my courses, activities, and assessments - as well as the lessons that I have learned from having implemented those choices. The documents and corresponding annotations presented here will record how my approach to teaching has evolved over time.

Below you can find my teaching philosophy statement, in which I reflect upon my own experiences as an undergraduate physics student and describe how those experiences inform my own approach to teaching physics.

Teaching Philosophy Statement

My teaching portfolio has four different sections. Each section contains documents from past or planned courses that represent how I approach different aspects of teaching, accompanied by annotations where I reflect on each of those documents and describe how it relates to my teaching philosophy.