You can find my complete teaching statement here, and my teaching portfolio here. You can find my diversity statement here.
In the Fall of 2017 I joined Columbia's Core Curriculum instructor body by teaching Contemporary Civilization. This one-year course is central to the university's program and identity, and every student in the college is required to take it. It is a discussion-based “great books" formative class that ranges from Plato and the Hebrew Bible to Du Bois and MacKinnon. I like bringing some epistemology and game theory to it.
During the summer of 2017 I was also the Instructor for Symbolic Logic at the same university.
In the past, I was a Teaching Assistant for Philosophy of Science (Spring 2016 - Daniel Cloud), Methods and Problems (Fall 2015 - David Albert), and Symbolic Logic ( Fall 2013 to Spring 2015). Before arriving to Columbia, I was an Assistant Professor for Logic at the University of Buenos Aires (July 2011 to July 2012).
Besides these purely academic experiences, one of the most gratifying teaching experiences involved the outreach program Rethink at Columbia University. During my time there, I facilitated Philosophy lessons for underprivileged groups such as criminally involved youth, women victims of abuse, and teenagers from violent homes. Besides being a lead facilitator, I also participated as a coordinator. Thanks to the joint voluntary effort of many, we won the 2015 APA/PDC Community Outreach Program. I was involved with the program from early 2014 to late 2016, when I decided to focus on my academics.