I love to teach through hands-on and experiential learning. I particularly enjoy challenging students to think critically, and to become skilled statistical analysts and writers.
At McGill, I teach:
Biology 310, Biodiversity and Ecosystems. We use a mix of lecture, discussion, and a tid-bit of (winter) field work to learn about quantifying biodiversity, community assembly, and ecosystem function.
Biology 210, Introduction to Ecology and Evolution. In this course I teach a section focussed on key concepts in Ecology and Evolutionary Ecology, and touch on modern questions and approaches in this field.
Other courses I have taught:
Invertebrate Biology, 300-level Undergraduate course, Department of Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University.
Marine Evolution Under Climate Change, Graduate course, Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.