Teaching Interests

My main teaching interests are in epistemology, philosophy of sciencephilosophy of machine learning, feminist philosophy, and philosophy of religion

My pedagogy emphasizes participation and equity. I am working toward making my classrooms increasingly inclusive and student-centered.

Presentations and Writing about Teaching

"Collaborative Classes and Conferences: A How-To Guide"

APA Blog, April 2020

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"Public Philosophy"

With Claire Michael

APA Blog, Syllabus Showcase series, October 2020

Link, Syllabus

"Increasing and Diversifying Participation"

Eastern APA Teaching Hub, 2020

"Collaborative Midterm Teaching Evaluation: Sharing Authority in the Classroom and Empowering Students"

Central APA Teaching Hub (poster session), 2020

Teaching Awards

The Teaching Effectiveness Award

UC Berkeley, 2019

Awarded to about 0.5% of all graduate student instructors university-wide

Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award

UC Berkeley, 2019

Awarded to about 9% of all graduate student instructors university-wide

Teaching Experience

Primary Instruction at UC Berkeley 

 

Primary Instruction at the Berkeley Institute

TA-ing at UC Berkeley

  • Race, Ethnicity, and Citizenship (Timothy Crockett, Spring 2021)

  • Philosophical Methods: AI Ethics and Meta-ethics (Shamik Dasgupta, Fall 2019)

  • Race, Ethnicity, and Citizenship (Timothy Crockett, Fall 2018)

  • Knowledge and Its Limits (Wesley Holliday, Spring 2018)

  • Science and Human Understanding (Shamik Dasgupta, Fall 2017)

  • Morality and Social Justice (Niko Kolodny, Spring 2017)

  • Philosophical Methods: Personal Identity (Daniel Warren, Fall 2016)

  • Plato (Klaus Corcilius, Summer 2016)

  • Introduction to Philosophy of Religion (Timothy Crockett, Spring 2016)

  • Introduction to Logic (Daniel Warren, Fall 2015)

TA-ing at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  • Introduction to Logic (Oron Shagrir, Fall 2012)

  • Introduction to Logic (Eli Zilberfenig, Spring 2012)

  • Introduction to Logic (Oron Shagrir, Spring 2011)

Reading at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  • Introduction to Philosophy of Science (Eli Pitcovsky, Spring 2014)

  • Introduction to Philosophy of Science (Eli Pitcovsky, Fall 2013)

  • Symmetry and Philosophy (Meir Buzaglo, Fall 2012)

  • Symmetry and Philosophy (Meir Buzaglo, Fall 2011)

  • Introduction to Analytic Philosophy (Meir Buzaglo, Spring 2010)