In my teaching, I apply a humanizing pedagogy approach to learning. Per this approach, teachers and students engage in reflection on the ways in which historical injustices shape the educational process. Without recognizing aspects of historical marginalization and minoritization, teachers are not able to leverage the full potential of each individual student, while fully integrating their lived experiences in the process of learning.
I've taught a number of courses on a variety of topics, including, but not limited to, consumer behavior, integrated campaigns, cross-cultural journalism and strategic communication, digital media strategies, digital analytics, social media in society, quantitative/qualitative research methods, and media psychology and psychophysiology.
This page provides a few sample syllabi for courses I have taught, primarily, at Michigan State University.
To download sample syllabi, click on image.