Teaching

STATEMENTS & PHILOSOPHIES

A Brief Statement of Teaching Philosophy

How have teaching and learning shaped me and my pedagogy practices?

Addressing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the classroom

COURSES TAUGHT

  • Fall 2019, Urban Social Movements, Queens College, CUNY
  • Spring 2014 – Spring 2017, Urban Studies 101, Queens College, CUNY
  • Spring 2016, Urban Research Methods (MA Level), Queens College, CUNY
  • Fall 2016, Environmental Psychology, The New School
  • Spring 2014, Studio Course: Critical Research, Guttman Community College, CUNY
  • Fall 2013, Studio Course: Critical Mapping focus, Guttman Community College, CUNY
  • Fall 2013, Psychology 101, John Jay College, CUNY

GUEST LECTURES

  • November 2020. Guest Lecture: Resident Management Corporations and Participatory Democracy and Governance, for Dr. Michael Menser’s Economic Democracy class at Brooklyn College.
  • October 2019. Guest Lecture: Recalibrating Queens, for Dr. Gregory Donovan’s Mapping (In)Justice course at Fordham University.
  • April, 2018. Guest Lecture: 3 Stories of Environmental Psychology. A Presentation for the Psychology Department, Harper College, Palatine, Illinois.
  • April 2017. Guest Lecture: The Roots and Contemporary Applications of Environmental Psychology, for the Psychology Club, Harper College, Palatine, Illinois.
  • March 2014. Guest Lecture: Community land trusts: Interrupting Inequality. Presentation for webinar hosted by the National Community Land Trust Network. w/ Oakley, D.

WORKSHOPS DESIGNED &/OR (CO)-LED ON DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES

TEACHING-RELATED WRITINGS