At UW-Madison, I have taught the following courses:

·      SPAN 311 Advanced Language Practice: an undergraduate composition course focusing on the grammar and writing styles of complex narration, exposition, and argumentation.

·      SPAN 319 Topics in Spanish Language Practice: Traveling through South America: Culture, Sites, and Language: an undergraduate course of my own development focusing on the principle linguistic and cultural differences found in Spanish speaking South America. Students study locally produced films and research must-see sites and activities for each country.

·      SPAN 226 Intermediate Language Practice: an undergraduate composition course focusing on the grammar and writing styles of descriptions, reviews, and narration.

·      SPAN 204 Fourth Semester Spanish: an undergraduate course focusing on the perfect tenses for speaking, reading, and writing.

·      SPAN 203 Third Semester Spanish: an undergraduate course focusing on pronominal verbs, the subjunctive and past tense for speaking, reading, and writing.

·      SPAN 102 Second Semester Spanish: an undergraduate course that provides an overview of all verb tenses and moods for speaking, reading, and writing.

At UW-Madison – Continuing Studies, I have taught the following course:

·      Spanish 2: A non-credit course designed for non-traditional adult students that focuses on the specific verb types in the present tense, paired with everyday vocabulary.

At UW-Milwaukee, I have taught the following course:

·      SPAN 341 Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics: an undergraduate course that provides an introduction to the geographic and social variation of Spanish phonology, phonetics, morphology, and syntax.