My teaching philosophy is largely based on my interest in incorporating modern research methods into students’ learning experiences. Similarly, connecting course concepts to contemporary issues increases student interest. I believe students learn more when practical applications are integrated with the information being presented. Creating activities and explaining outcomes from my research improves my understanding as well as draws my attention to potential new areas of research. My teaching abilities and research activities have been enhanced by the concomitant pursuit and integration of both.
- Defining Colluvium and Alluvium
- History of soil geography in the context of scale
- Oracles and Science: The Trouble with Predictions
- What is Colluvium? An Interactive Poster Seeking a Common Definition to Improve International Communication
- Towards mapping soil carbon landscapes: Issues of sampling scale and transferability
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