v Taught Introduction to Criminal Justice (CRIM-1010), Introduction to Corrections (CRIM-1020), and Criminology (CRIM-2200) face-to-face during the Spring 2014 semester and Juvenile Justice (CRIM-2110) (Fall 2014) and Community-Based Corrections (CRIM-2250) (Spring 2015) online.
v Teaching format consisted of a blending of face-to-face and online learning.
v Developed courses, lectures, assignments, and activities to assist students in learning the criminal justice system.
v Tracked student academic performance, grades, and attendance.
v Served as a positive role model to students.
v Assisted students with academic and personal issues and conducting referrals for services.
v Required to stay up-to-date in criminal justice, mental health, substance abuse, social services, and other fields to properly teach and convey information to students.
v Provided support to a special needs student as well as conducted referrals for a veteran student.
v Provided career information for students and assisted them in finding employment in the criminal justice and related fields.
v Positive first and second term teaching evaluations.