Teaching

Download full teaching portfolio (PDF)

  1. Teaching Statement (PDF)
  2. Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness (PDF)
  3. Materials
    1. Seminar in Linguistics: Second Language Speech Processing and Learning (co-taught in Winter 2015)
      1. Course Syllabus (PDF)
      2. In-class activities
        • Models of L2 Acquisition – Group activity on the Perceptual Assimilation Model (PDF)
        • L2 Training Approaches & Procedures – Group activity on designing a training study (PDF)
        • Adaptation to Accented Speech – Group activity on identifying gaps in the literature (PDF)
  4. Teaching Experience

Northwestern University

Winter 2015 Teaching Assistant LING 400 Seminar in Linguistics: Second Language Processing and Learning
Co-taught with Ann Bradlow. Assisted in:

  • course design and development
  • lectures and discussion
  • grading

Simon Fraser University

Spring 2010 Tutor Marker LING 221 Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology

  • assignment/exam grading
  • office hours
Fall 2009 Tutor Marker LING 200 Introduction to the Description of English
Grammar

  • assisted in exam creation
  • assignment/exam grading
  • office hours

LING 221 Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology

  • assignment/exam grading
  • office hours
Spring 2009 Tutor Marker LING 100 Language & Communication

  • assignment/exam grading
  • office hours
Fall 2008 Tutor Marker LING 330 Phonetics

  • assignment/exam grading
  • office hours
Winter 2015 Teaching Assistant LING 400 Seminar in Linguistics: Second Language Processing and Learning
Co-taught with Ann Bradlow. Assisted in:

  • course design and development
  • lectures and discussion
  • grading

Supervising & Advising

Undergraduate

Amrita Bagga, Fall 2017 Research Opportunity Program
Role: Co-supervisor, Child Language and Speech Lab, University of Toronto
Project: Foreign-accented word learning in toddlers

Shukri Nur, Fall 2017 Independent Research Project
Role: Co-supervisor, Child Language and Speech Lab, University of Toronto
Project: Effects of linguistic experience and accent variability on spoken word recognition

Alyssa Baumgartner, Summer/Fall 2017 Work Study
Role: Co-supervisor, Child Language and Speech Lab, University of Toronto
Project: The impact of live exposure on children’s adaptation to unfamiliar accents

Caterina Bordignon, Summer 2017 Research Opportunity Program; Fall 2017 Work Study
Role: Co-supervisor, Child Language and Speech Lab, University of Toronto
Project: Accent comprehension in toddlers and adults

Fatima Siddiqui, Summer 2017 Independent Research Project
Role: Co-supervisor, Child Language and Speech Lab, University of Toronto
Project: Foreign-accented word learning in toddlers

Jasleen Grewal, Summer 2017 SSHRC Undergraduate Research Grant
Role: Co-supervisor, Child Language and Speech Lab, University of Toronto
Project: Phonetic convergence between mothers and their children

Yazad Bhathena, Fall 2016/Spring 2017 Research Opportunity Program; Summer/Fall 2017 Work Study
Role: Co-supervisor, Child Language and Speech Lab, University of Toronto
Project: Toddlers’ comprehension of child and adult talkers

Keren Smith, Summer 2016-Summer 2017 Independent Research Project
Role: Co-supervisor, Child Language and Speech Lab, University of Toronto
Project: The impact of live exposure on children’s adaptation to unfamiliar accents

Graduate

Hannah Mackey (Doctor of Audiology, 2015)
Role: Capstone project committee member, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Northwestern University
Project: Disruption of consolidation in foreign accented speech learning

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