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

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