I have taught a wide range of modules during my tenure as a graduate student and beyond, at UCL, Warwick, and Oxford. Modules I have taught include: Normative Ethics, Metaethics, Applied Ethics, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Language, Logic, Epistemology & Metaphysics, the Philosophy of Science, the Philosophy of Social Science, and Early Modern Philosophy.
In May 2016 I was awarded the Post-Graduate Award in Teaching & Learning in Higher Education, granting me Associate Fellow status of the Higher Education Academy, UK.
This year at Jesus College, I will provide tutorial teaching for the following modules:
Prelim: Introduction to Logic
101: Early Modern Philosophy (Revision Classes)
102: Knowledge & Reality
108: The Philosophy of Logic and Language
Undergraduate students might also wish to look at the journal Think which publishes articles with undergraduates and non-specialists in mind. Philosophy Compass is similar, but with an emphasis on survey articles.
Students who have trouble formatting their bibliographies and references might find this document useful.