As a graduate student I served as the instructor of record for 3 different courses at FSU: World Religions (Fall 2008, Spring 2009, Summer 2009), Religion in United States History (Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Fall 2010, Spring 2011), and Islamic Traditions II (Summer 2011).
As the instructor of record, I designed my own syllabus, including assigned readings, learning goals, and assessments of student learning. I wrote and delivered original lectures and facilitated class discussion and projects. Since each course was a writing intensive course, I created prompts for written assignments intended to engage students' critical thinking skills, and evaluated 3,000 words per student, providing written feedback for each. In three years I taught over 300 undergraduates, with class sizes ranging from 15 to 80 students.