I teach university courses on the history of technology and science, technology and strategy, and science and technology studies. I am driven by the role engaged, creative teaching can play in fostering student interest in learning. Over the past ten years, I have honed my teaching skills in a variety of educational contexts.
In Winter 2016, I taught a course I re-developed, Technology and Expertise, at York University about the complex relationship between technical expertise, including its social and cultural relations, and politics.
I have guest lectured at York University in courses on the history of technology and science and technology studies. At Mount Holyoke College, I have guest lectured on human genetic and reproductive technologies. I have also developed and taught computer literacy classes for immigrants and low-income families at the Homeless Prenatal Program in San Francisco.