In addition to teaching in these programs, I regularly mentor undergraduate research in Professional Writing & Rhetoric and teach in Elon’s Masters of Higher Education program. I also have taught in the Elon College Fellows Program, a fellows program for students majoring in the Arts and Sciences.
Courses Taught at Elon University
MHE 645: Student Engagement and High Impact Practices
Supervisor, MHE Graduate Apprentice for the Center for Engaged Learning
ENG 110: College Writing
ENG 382: Teaching Internship
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
ENG 206: Introduction to TESOL (service-learning designated)
ENG 270-OL: Teaching English Abroad
ENG 491: Independent Study
ENG 215: Introduction to Professional Writing and Rhetoric (with Client-Based Projects)
ENG 217: Writing Technologies
ENG 282: Center for Undergraduate Publishing and Information Design (CUPID) Studio
ENG 304: Understanding Rhetoric (with Reacting to the Past pedagogy)
ENG 313: Special Topics in PWR – Writing, Rhetoric and Civic Action
ENG 319: Writing Center Workshop
ENG 381: Writing Internship
ENG 415: Advanced CUPID Studio
PWR 497 / ENG 497: Researching Writing (Senior Seminar)
PWR 499 / ENG 499 / PWR 498: Honors Fellow/Lumen Scholar Angela Myer’s rhetorical analysis of sexual violence prevention programs
ENG 498: Honors Fellow Research Hours – Sarah Paterson’s Speak, Poet!: Examining multicultural rhetoric in adolescent spoken word
ENG 498: Honors Fellow Emily Petersen’s Creating Space for ELLs to Place Curriculum Content in Personal Cultural Contexts: A Lesson Study on Identity Development in Elementary ESL Pull-Out Instruction
ENG 498: Honors Fellow Kim Lilienthal’s Critical thinking in mainstream classrooms: How higher-order questioning enhances second language acquisition
Additional UR projects in Professional Writing & Rhetoric and TESOL
ECF 111: Paths of Inquiry
COE 310: Developing Portfolios
ENG 255: Memory, Representation, and the Holocaust
Study Abroad: Ireland: Literature, Culture, and History
The cartoon to the right is an excerpt of a project Hope Kase submitted for my ENG 304: Understanding Rhetoric course.
Other Teaching Experience
At Purdue University, Jessie taught first-year writing (both mainstream and ESL sections), business writing (both mainstream and ESL sections), written communication for ESL graduate students, and a practicum in teaching introductory composition (graduate-level).
She also previously taught first-year writing at Vincennes University and college exploration and understanding community (problem-based research) classes for Upward Bound at the University of Wyoming.