I have taught philosophy courses at the University of Southern California, the University of California Davis, California State University, Los Angeles and Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. Below I have some information about my current courses, some information about my involvement with Johns Hopkins CTY, and some links to helpful information about taking philosophy classes.
I am TA-ing for Shieva Kleinschmidt's Phil 236: Issues in Space and Time.
Office Hours: Thursdays, 12-2 in Mudd Hall B7AD
Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth
For the last 6 summers, I have taught summer courses at Loyola Marymount University for Johns Hopkins CTY. These are college-level courses for advanced junior-high and high-school students. A link to a sample syllabus can be found below:
Logic: Principles of Reasoning
There are a number of really great resources on the web for learning how
to do philosophy well. I include a number of links below:
1. Guidelines on Writing a Philosophy Paper
2. Guidelines on Reading Philosophy
4. The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
I also include some handouts I've written up.
1. Two Tips for Taking Philosophy Courses
2. Basic Logic and Truth Tables