Curriculum

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The University of Texas at Austin, Department of French and Italian
Assistant Instructor (2017-2018)
Teach FR 601C, an intensive (5 days/week), introductory-level French language course. Develop lesson plans, exam, and quiz material. Assess student speaking, listening, and writing proficiency.

Cengage – Boston, Massachusetts 
English TA Advisory Board Member (2017-Present)      
Recruited based on curriculum and instructional experience to help shape digital rhetoric curriculum.

The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Rhetoric and Writing
Assistant Instructor (2015-2017)
Taught RHE 309K, a writing intensive course, and RHE 306 a course requirement for all undergraduates. Designed lesson plans, graded assignments, and assigned final grades for approximately 25 students. Won John Slatin Prize for Mastery of Electronic Media in Education (2017), for “The ReVise Project” with Caroline Barta. 1 of 3 graduate teachers nominated for the Hairston Prize for Teaching Excellence, the graduate Rhetoric instructor of the year.

The University of Texas at Austin, Department of English
Teaching Assistant in English (2014-2015)   
Led two weekly discussions (25 students each) for English 316K (British Literature) and 316L (World Literature), survey courses that fulfill the Humanities Core Curriculum requirement for undergraduates. Graded student assignments and exams, recommended final grades.

Academic Answers – Austin, Texas
Learning Coach (2017-2018)   
Tutor high school and college students one-on-one in subjects ranging from English to Mathematics to Foreign Languages. Ensure students are meeting curricular goals and making timely progress.

College MatchPoint – Austin, Texas
Writing Coach (2016)
As a writing coach, assisted students with their college application essays.

Speakwell – Paris, France
English as a Second Language Teacher (2013-2014)
Taught ESL courses (one-on-one as well as group settings) to business professionals in Paris, France Developed new curriculum, and recruited and trained new instructors.

Los Angeles Southwest College – Los Angeles, California
Supplemental Instructor (2012)
Assisted Professors in two pre-college level English courses, which emphasized improving comprehensive reading skills and essay-writing skills, to serve as an additional resource for students. Led supplemental instructor sessions twice a week, in addition to holding office hours.