I’m honored to receive the 2019-2020 Academic Senate Early-Career Faculty Award for Teaching.
The Teaching Together Learning Community is a pilot program designed to promote collaborative teaching between faculty and graduate TAs. It offers targeted teaching support for instructors and TAs of courses with large lectures and discussion-based sections. Follow the link above for more
I first used open-ended polling in a class in 2016. It did not go well. Having seen Bonni Stachowiak use sli.do to great effect in a conference presentation, I decided to incorporate polling into the first day of my 300-student Medical
Teaching and Learning Anthropology, a new peer-reviewed, open-access journal, invites submissions for its inaugural issue. For more information, see https://escholarship.org/uc/teachinglearninganthro
Teaching Together is a two-part workshop series facilitated by graduate student Katie Cox and me. Our goal is to provide UCI faculty and TAs with practical tools to address some of their most common teaching challenges and to enhance both undergraduate learning
A conversation with Anar Parikh about integrating podcasts and other forms of audio media into anthropological pedagogy: https://culanth.org/fieldsights/1297-podcasts-and-pedagogy-audio-in-the-anthropology-classroom
What is Anthropology? Carie Little Hersh and I discuss on her new podcast, Anthropologist on the Street.
I’m honored to receive the Teaching Assistant Professional Development award and to be the Dean’s Honoree for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching in the School of Social Sciences at UCI’s annual Celebration of Teaching!
What are anthropologists reading following the election and inauguration? Cultural Anthropology online has gathered a variety of responses, including my brief commentary on the value of speculative fiction in anthropology classrooms: https://culanth.org/fieldsights/1049-what-are-you-reading-responses-to-the-election-and-inauguration
I spoke with Michelle Hagman recently to reflect on my experience writing for the Teaching Tools section of Cultural Anthropology: see her post Reflecting on the Scholar-in-Residence Program: An Interview with Angela Jenks.