One of my favorite new teaching techniques is peer instruction, and today I want to share some of that excitement with you!
Have you ever wondered what would happen if you took StrengthsQuest twice? Well, dream no more because I did that for you!
When it comes to teaching, sometimes you’re stuck managing people as part of a team. Today, I’ll share some of my frustrations.
As I continue to look for support in grad school, I find myself falling into the mentor role for my students. When did this happen?
At just a year into my program, I’ve managed to hit my first bump in the road: I failed my qualifying exam. Now what?
As I continue on my PhD journey, I’ve realized that sometimes you have to make some changes to ensure you get where you want to go.
As someone who covers a lot of beginner concepts, I’ve always sort of avoided one of the trickier concepts: recursion. Well, today I decided to take a stab at it.
With my first year of teaching in the books, I thought it would be fun to take a look back on what I liked and what I didn’t like.
As I close out my first year of teaching, I thought it would be fun to share a a bit of a reflection and my plans moving forward.
When it comes to growing in your career, you definitely don’t want to get stuck with a bad mentor. Luckily, I’ve already done that for you.