Teaching is my passion. I am committed to active, student-centered learning and keeping up with the latest research on teaching and learning in higher education.
I have replaced exams with a wide range of written and other assessments to help my students show me what they have learned.
In 2013 the University of Lethbridge Students' Union asked me to present one of the annual Last Lectures, in 2014 they recognized me with their Teaching Excellence Award, and the following year with the Award for Outstanding Dedication to Students.
In 2014-2016 I held the Board of Governors' Teaching Chair at the University of Lethbridge, focusing on peer mentoring as a transformative practice for faculty and instructors.
I was honored in 2016 to be shortlisted for the American Historical Association's Eugene Asher Distinguished Teaching Award, and in 2018 I was awarded the U of L's Distinguished Teaching Award.
Instructional Skills Workshops
Since 2012 I have co-facilitated eight Instructional Skills Workshops for faculty and instructors. These four-day workshops help faculty identify and build on their existing strengths, develop new skills and techniques, and develop an interdisciplinary cohort of peers who also love teaching. I am also an ISW trainer and have co-facilitated three Facilitator Development Workshops.
Hist 1200 World History
Hist 2222 History in Practice
NAS 2500 Canadian Indian History
Hist 3604 History of the U.S. West
Hist 3703 History of the Canadian West
Hist 4850 The Making of Modern Historiography
Hist 4850 The North American West
WGST 4850 Queer Feminisms
CSPT 5307/7307 Global Postcolonialisms/Indigenous Anticolonialisms