To reflect upon my experience in the classroom, I developed my own teaching philosophy and strategies that reflect my personal pedagogy. One of my students claimed that I “achieved [my] goal in having students have a more open mind on different cultures, and to see and understand both sides of the story.” This instructional aim is reflected in my portfolio, some of which can be viewed on this site together with my syllabi and research guide for students.

Daughter of a Student, Portrait of Jason Dyck (“Thank you for teaching my mommy”), crayon on paper, August 2012.

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