My teaching philosophy is influenced by a student-centered design through an inclusive classroom culture.
I believe it’s important to keep our students at the center, like consumers, when designing course outcomes, objectives, assignments, and assessments. Also, teaching our students how to be comfortable with being uncomfortable while giving them the space to grow. I curate my classroom to be a safe space where students can fail and practice being uncomfortable.
Specifically, I employ experiential learning through active learning techniques to get my students engaged and experienced.
As part of my time at Texas Tech, I had the opportunity to be a TEACH fellow. While completing TEACH, we were tasked with designing a course and the course I chose was digital marketing analytics.
I chose this course because not only am I passionate about digital marketing, I understand this course is a growing need requested by employers.
Check out my reflective syllabus, sample assignments, sample lecture, sample PowerPoint, and sample course assessment. If you would like to see more of this course design I'd love to connect!