I have experience teaching across a broad range of Undergraduate History Units at different levels at Monash University. My teaching philosophy follows a student-centered approach and I strive to engage students through close interaction with historical texts and stimulating classroom discussion.

Monash University, Sessional Tutor in Historical and International Studies.

March 2020 – June 2020
Semester One, 2020
ATS1316 – Medieval Worlds

July 2018 – November 2018
Semester Two, 2018
ATS1317 – Renaissance Europe

July 2017 – November 2017
Semester Two, 2017
ATS1317 – Renaissance Europe

March 2013 – November 2013
Semester One, 2013
ATS1325 – Contemporary Worlds 1
ATS2909/3909 – Villains and Rogues:

Semester Two, 2013
ATS1326 – Contemporary Worlds 2

I am passionate about empowering students in their learning. In 2012, I jointly created the International Conference of Undergraduate Research with colleagues from Monash University and the University of Warwick which I co-convened until 2015. During my time as education coordinator, I introduced several modules aimed at enhancing the undergraduate student experience through building skills in research communication and competence.

Finally, I have worked for Monash University Library as a Learnings Skills Advisor in the Law Library and as a Study Coach for students across all faculties and degree levels. In these roles, I have developed my ability to teach critical thinking and communication skills using a range of pedagogical tools linked to the Research Skills Development Framework.