What classes do you teach at Anderson
What year did you start teaching at AU
Why teach at AU?
Teaching at Anderson University allows me the opportunity to integrate my Christian faith into my academic discipline through my personal interactions with students and colleagues, and through overt connections between topics in education and biblical principles.
Traveling and home improvement projects
Places you've lived
I am a native of Greenville, South Carolina and lived for a short time in West Virginia.
What do you find most enjoyable about working at Anderson University?
I am new to the University starting this coming fall, but have enjoyed the hospitable welcome I have received.
How would you describe your classes to someone who has never attended one?
I believe my classes are characterized by mutual respect; a place that values different perspectives, encourages open inquiry and discussion, and includes instructional approaches that guide students to create connections between conceptual knowledge and authentic, meaningful experiences. Students in past courses have commented they appreciate that I am clearly passionate about and love what I do.
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