Teaching philosophy


The question, “how does this translate to life?” drives my teaching philosophy. I believe that students  benefit from the learning process better when they  relate what they learn in class to real life situations. Hence, I use plenty of real life examples in my classes to reify the abstract and bring theory to life.


I also believe in maximum student-teacher interaction. It is my opinion  that pedagogy improves when both the instructor and the student are in a common realm of interaction and comprehension. The maxim “no student left behind” plays a big role in my teaching.


Needless to say, technology is core to the learning process in the field of communication. I make extensive use of various technologies in my teaching, including, but not limited to electronic learning materials.





Technical and Mediated Communication (Visual Comm.)

Survey of the Media (Media History)


Feature Writing

Media Writing

Media Writing II



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