Teaching

The classroom is a forum where we can deepen our understanding of concepts and of our own personal convictions through dialogue with one another. With this in mind, I adopt a fundamentally Socratic approach to lectures regardless of class size. Likewise, I continually strive to better incorporate peer instruction methods in order to facilitate active learning.

Courses Taught

Newman University
Comm 4603: Comm Senior Seminar
Comm 4013: Journalism History, Law, and Ethics
Comm 4003: Theories of Communication
Comm 2123: Communication and Computer Technology
Comm 1003: Intro to Mass Communication
Comm 1013: Oral Communication

University of Central Arkansas
Comm 3308: Argumentation and Advocacy
Comm 2313: Introduction to Communication Research

University of California, San Diego
Comm 114N: Communication and the Law
Comm 114F: Law, Communication, and Freedom of Expression
Comm 166: Surveillance, Media, and the Risk Society
Comm 106I: The Internet Industry
Comm 109D: Advertising and Society
Comm 111G: Popular Culture
Comm 111T: Cultural Politics of Sport