Catherine Anderson, Teaching Professor

Catherine Anderson is a Teaching Professor in the Department of Linguistics & Languages at McMaster University. She earned a Ph.D. in Linguistics from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. She lives in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada with her wife and their school-aged twins. This site contains Dr. Anderson’s Teaching Portfolio.

ORCID:  ORCID iD iconorcid.org/0000-0002-7734-8422

Twitter: @candersHamilton


 

Required McMaster Documents

Executive Summary of the Dossier (Part A)

Candidate’s Statement

Curriculum Vitae, as of Aug 21, 2019

SoTL Research

Learning to Think Like Linguists

Students love checklists!

Collaborative Writing

Researching Team-Based Learning

Collaborating with Student Partners on IQAP

Teaching Materials

Blended Learning for a Very Large Class

Open Access Materials for Intro Linguistics

OUSA Award

Team-Based Learning in Psycholinguistics

A cross-listed Level 3 course

Practicum Courses

Other Contributions

Accessibility in the Blended Classroom

Making undergraduate research opportunities accessible

Mentoring Junior Colleagues

Soul on Fire Podcast Series