As Primary Instructor:
- Individual Morality and Social Justice (UC Berkeley, Summer 2017) course materials
- Introduction to Philosophy: Mind-Body Problem (San Quentin State Prison, Fall 2016) course materials
- Introduction to Philosophy: Metaphysics (San Quentin State Prison, Summer 2015)
- Introduction to Philosophy: Epistemology (San Quentin State Prison, Spring 2014)
- Introduction to Philosophy: Early Modern (San Quentin State Prison, Spring 2013)
As Graduate Student Instructor:
- Individual Morality and Social Justice (Niko Kolodny, Spring 2017)
- Hume (Barry Stroud, Fall 2015)
- Philosophy of Society (John Searle, Spring 2015)
- Descartes (Tim Crockett, Fall 2014) explanatory footnotes on the Meditations
- Philosophy of Language (John Searle, Spring 2014)
- Philosophical Methods (Daniel Warren, Fall 2013)
- Introduction to Logic (Justin Bledin, Summer 2013)
- Modern Philosophy (Hannah Ginsborg, Spring 2013)
- Nature of Mind (John Campbell, Fall 2012)
- Metaphysics (Dan Gibberman, Summer 2012)
- Introduction to Moral and Political Philosophy (Bojana Mladenovic, Spring 2009)
Humanities Teaching Fellow, UC Berkeley, 2017
Awarded to approximately 0.1% of graduate student instructors.
Selection based on student evaluations, in-person interview, faculty nomination, and Teaching Effectiveness Award Essay.
(The fellowship involves leading a workshop for first-time teaching assistants. Here is my workshop lesson plan. For the good stuff, skip to page 7.)
Teaching Effectiveness Award, UC Berkeley, 2017
Awarded to approximately 0.5% of graduate student instructors.
Selection based on classroom observation, faculty nomination, student evaluations, and short essay about teaching.
(Here is my Teaching Effectiveness Award Essay, in which I describe a formative assessment that I use in introductory courses.)
Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, UC Berkeley, 2015
Awarded to approximately 9% of graduate student instructors.
Selection by philosophy faculty based on student evaluations and classroom observation.
Here are complete and unedited copies of teaching evaluations for every course that I have taught at Berkeley and San Quentin.