Selected Teaching

I have taught both face-to-face and online courses, from introductory doctoral seminars to special topics courses at the undergrad, masters, and doctoral levels.

The common theme in all of my teaching is to cultivate critical consciousness in all of my students. I also strive to equip students with the skills of scholarly communication.

Courses by Level


Undergraduate-Level

Investigating the School-to-Prison Pipeline (Washington University in St. Louis)

Hidden Curriculum of School Discipline (Washington University in St. Louis)

Masters-Level

Race, Power, and Policy in Education (Johns Hopkins)

Doctoral-Level

Approaches to Urban Education (Johns Hopkins)

Disciplinary Approaches to Education (Johns Hopkins)

Multiple Perspectives on Teaching and Learning (Johns Hopkins)

Courses by Format


Face-to-Face

Investigating the School-to-Prison Pipeline (Washington University in St. Louis)

Hidden Curriculum of School Discipline (Washington University in St. Louis)

Online

Race, Power, and Policy in Education (Johns Hopkins)

Multiple Perspectives on Teaching and Learning (Johns Hopkins)

Disciplinary Approaches to Education (Johns Hopkins)

Approaches to Urban Education (Johns Hopkins)

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