I have over a decade of teaching experience across a wide array of settings: college classrooms, peer and faculty-run writing centers, middle schools, community education organizations. My teaching centers culturally sustaining pedagogies, public-facing and multilmodal writing, and linguistic justice.
As an instructor at SUNY Buffalo State College and the City University of New York prior to that, I have taught writing-intensive courses with themes such as digital rhetorics, language and identity, and writing about literacy. In designing these courses, I draw on my research in decolonial, antiracist, feminist and abolitionist writing pedagogies; my time in the classroom, in turn significantly, shapes my scholarship.
In 2019, I was honored to receive the New Media Lab’s Dewey Digital Teaching Award for my course Digital Writing//Digital World, taught at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
My enthusiasm for critical pedagogies has also spurred my interest in teacher training. I have led/co-led workshops for graduate instructors, full-time professors, and writing centers in topics ranging from linguistic justice in the classroom, teaching public/community-engaged writing, and multimodal pedagogies.