Teaching

January 2019-April 2019: Contract instructor, School of Journalism and Communication, Carleton University.
I taught a graduate seminar, JOUR 5500: Journalism and Society II and an undergraduate lecture-style course, JOUR 1003: Discovering Journalism: Traditional Tales to Tweets.

Here is an edited version of my JOUR 1003 course syllabus.

September 2018-December 2018: Contract instructor, School of Journalism and Communication, Carleton University.
I taught a practical, 12-week undergraduate course, JOUR 2202: Digital Journalism Toolkit.

September 2016-December 2016: Instructor, Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University
I prepared the syllabus for, and taught, a 13-week undergraduate lecture-style course, COMS 360: Mass Communication. 

Here is an edited version of my 2016 COMS 360 syllabus.

March 2015-April 2015: Teaching assistant, Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University
I lead seminars and grade papers and exams for COMS 210, Media Criticism, which introduces first-year students to key approaches, concepts and theories.

September 2014-December 2014: Workshop leader, Graduate Professional Skills and Development, School of Graduate Studies, Concordia University
I lead a series of fund-writing workshops for graduate students.

May 2014-June 2014: Instructor, The McGill Writing Centre, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
I developed and taught a special interest course dedicated to travel writing. 

Here is an edited version of my Spring 2014 syllabus and reading list.

January 2014-April 2014: Instructor, Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University
I taught Mass Communication to undergraduate students from a cross-section of programs. 

Here is an edited version of my first COMS 360 syllabus.

September 2013-October 2013: Instructor, The McGill Writing Centre, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec

Here is an edited version of my first travel writing syllabus.

September 2013-October 2013: Workshop leader, Graduate Professional Skills and Development, School of Graduate Studies, Concordia University
I lead a series of reading and writing workshops for graduate students, introducing them to the goals and methods of writing academic abstracts, introductions and conclusions.

September 2012-May 2013: Teaching assistant , Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University
I led seminars and graded papers and exams for COMS 220, the History of Communications and Media, which took first-year students through the history of information collection and organization to the spread of rail, telegraph, radio, and television.

September 2012-May 2013: Writing Coach, Department of Journalism, Concordia University
I met one-on-one with first-year journalism students to discuss, develop and refine journalism writing style.

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