I have taught undergraduate courses at McGill and Concordia, as well as several workshops around the Montréal community.

Courses I have designed and taught include phonetics, psycholinguistics, language acquisition, cognitive science of language, morphology, and introductory linguistics. I have also led course sections as a teaching assistant in courses on formal semantics and phonological theory. My teaching methodology is centered around inclusive, learner-centered practices. I’m also an associate of the Center for Integration of Teaching and Learning, an organization that promotes evidence-based practices to support diverse learners in higher education.

Concordia University

LING 498 Computational Methods in Linguistics
LING 200 Introduction to Linguistic Science
LING 222 Language and Mind
LING 353 Psycholinguistics
LING 372 Descriptive and Instrumental Phonetics
LING 425 Language Acquisition
LING 200 Introduction to Linguistic Science
LING 372 Descriptive and Instrumental Phonetics
LING 380 Morphology

McGill University

LING 201 Introduction to Linguistics
2013-2015, as Teaching Assistant
LING 200 Introduction to the Study of Language
LING 330 Phonology
LING 360 Semantics

Workshops and Community Outreach

Python For Linguists Workshop
Workshop Leader (Invited). March 10, 2017, Concordia Linguistics Student Association, Montréal, QC
Data Insights with Python
Workshop Mentor. September 25, 2015, Ladies Learning Code, Montréal, QC
6th Annual DJ Sports Club Career Fair
Linguistics Career Presenter. November 2, 2013, Little Burgundy Sports Center, Montréal, QC
Mouth and Mind Workshop
Co-Presenter. June 10–11, 2010, McGill Space Days, Saint-Lazare, QC
ExpoScience: Linguistics
Co-Presenter. December 12–13, 2009 and November 6– 7, 2010, Concordia ExpoScience, Pointe-Claire, QC