Florida State University
All course sites can be accessed by clicking the screenshots, and all course sites include assignments, blog, syllabus, and other course materials. If the course is completed (since Summer 2014), it contains a course postmortem, with course evals and instructor reflection.
Summer 2015, I taught a section of ENG 3416 (Writing and Editing in Print and Online: “WEPO”).
In Spring 2015, I taught a section of ENG 3416 (Writing and Editing in Print and Online: “WEPO”) to a class of 25 students.
In Fall 2014, I taught a section of ENG 3416 (Writing and Editing in Print and Online: “WEPO”) to a class of 26 students.
In Summer 2014, I taught a section of ENC 1102 (Freshman Research, Reading, and Writing). The theme of the course was “Enhancing Transfer: Writing for Situation,” and was based on a strand developed by Liane Robertson and Kara Taczak. A Chronicle of Higher Education article on the concept of transfer, which mentions the work of Taczak along with that of Kathleen Blake Yancey, can be found here. This was a slightly modified version of the previous (2013) courses.
In Spring 2013, I taught two sections of ENC 1102 (Freshman Research and Writing). The theme of the course was “Enhancing Transfer: Writing for Situation.”
You can check out the course website, which links to the course assignments and blog (wiki has been disabled because of excessive spam), by clicking the above image or clicking here.
While at King University (formerly King College) from 2008-2012, I taught several writing and communication courses, including:
Advanced Composition: Narrative and Rhetorical Patterns
Composition: Research and Writing
Composition: Writing and Speech
Graphic Design II (Visual Communication II)
Professional Communication (adult evening class in accelerated format)
Writing for Academic Success (adult evening class in accelerated format)
Southern Wesleyan University
While at Southern Wesleyan University from 2007-2008, I taught writing and communication courses, including:
Independent study in Multimedia Journalism
Introduction to Mass Media
Literature and Writing
Writing for the Media
While completing my master’s at Clemson University, I got my first taste of college teaching when I taught two sections of: