By Colin

No profit grows where is no pleasure taken

In brief, sir, study what you most affect.

– Tranio, The Taming of The Shrew, Act 1, Scene 1

Teaching is quite literally in my blood. Numerous teachers populate the maternal side of my family. And I have managed to find myself following in their footsteps.

I have taught undergraduate classes at the first year as well as the upper level. I have also given lectures on the sonnet form as well as a film text.

A discipline such as English and Cultural Studies might be, traditionally, a discipline that eschews the use of technology in the classroom but I believe otherwise. The experience of teaching and learning can be enhanced via the power of digital technology, and every educator should harness its potential.

Hit me up if you are interested in swapping notes on digital pedagogy, or tertiary pedagogy in general. I would love to hear from you.

Teaching Experience


University of Western Australia

Guest Lecturer, ‘The Sonnet‘ for ENGL 1002.


University of Western Australia

Postgraduate Teaching Intern

Units Taught:

ENGL 1002 (Making Form, Breaking Form)

ENGL 2401 (Meaning and the Moving Image)

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