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Georgia Institute of Technology

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Georgia institute of technology

A Selection of Courses Taught and Assignments Designed

English 1102: Palaces out of Paragraphs: Hamilton and writing (Summer 2018)

The second course in the first-year composition sequence at Georgia Institute of Technology, focused on using multimodal projects to develop students' research skills. This course was taught in a hybrid nature, with half of the students attending in-person and half attending online. The course theme explored the way Hamilton: An American Musical demonstrates the act of writing, both in its production history and within the show itself.

English 1102: The New American Girl (Spring 2018)

The second course in the first-year composition sequence at Georgia Institute of Technology, focused on using multimodal projects to develop students' research skills. The course theme explored the way recent young adult literature and media represents a changing vision of the teenage girl in the twenty-first century United States.

 

ENGLISH 1101: PURPOSEFUL PLAY (FALL 2017)

The first course in the first-year composition sequence at Georgia Institute of Technology, focused on using multimodal projects to give students experience communicating in different genres. The course theme explored the notion of play across contexts and forms, from games to the workplace, to better understand how and why we play.

LMC 3432: JUNIOR DESIGN, Part one (FALL 2016, SUMMER 2017)

LMC 3431: JUNIOR DESIGN, part two (SPRING 2017)

Junior Design is a two-semester sequence in the computer science program at Georgia Institute of Technology, which is co-taught with a computer science instructor. Across two semesters, students work in teams to develop projects--including apps, websites, and games--for real-world clients in order to learn how to communicate professionally with clients while meeting a high standard of development and production.