As Instructor of Record, I've taught courses at several different levels, ranging from undergraduate to graduate to high school.
- Language and Power (LING 50, UC Santa Barbara, large intro-level undergraduate lecture)
- Language in Society (LING 70, UC Santa Barbara, small intro-level undergraduate seminar) (syllabus)
- Teaching Assistant Training Seminar (LING 505, UC Santa Barbara, graduate-level)
- Special Topics in Spanish (SPAN 282, California Lutheran University, through the UC Santa Barbara SKILLS program)
- Language and Society (ANTH 104, Santa Barbara City College, through the UC Santa Barbara SKILLS program)
I've been a Teaching Assistant for the following courses:
- Introduction to Linguistics (LING 20, UC Santa Barbara)
- Sociocultural Linguistics (LING 131, UC Santa Barbara)
- Language, Gender, and Sexuality (LING 132, UC Santa Barbara)
- Second Language Acquisition (LING 141, UC Santa Barbara)
- Language, Race, and Ethnicity (LING 180, UC Santa Barbara)
- Language, Power, and Learning (CHST/EDUC/LING 187, UC Santa Barbara)
- Introduction to Linguistics (LGCS 10, Pomona College)
For the last five years, I've also taught a college-level sociocultural linguistics course to local youth through the UC Santa Barbara School Kids Investigating Language in Life and Society (SKILLS) program. In Santa Barbara, I taught this course at a public high school (2015) and a youth center (2014). In Oxnard, CA, I've implemented the course with the incredible Tequio Youth Group at the Mixteco/Indígena Community Organizing Project (2016, 2017, and 2018).