summaryPrepared, updated, synthesized, and implemented course curriculum for students including syllabi, lesson plans, teaching aids, exercises, exams, and additional instructional materials including Blackboard for planning, design, and construction course lectures & computer laboratories. Areas of instruction include:
- Community & economic analysis
- Facility assessment
- Digital documentation (CAD & BIM)
- Project presentation & rendering
- Integrating sustainable planning, design, and construction techniques
- Organized time, space, and resources to balance advanced instruction, challenging workloads, stringent deadlines, and proactive feedback to students in order to cultivate high level of intellectual curiousity, persistence, and personal motivation with studies.
- Established comfortable, student-focused, two-way communication in active classroom setting that empowered students to enjoy the learning process.
- Identified student's individualism and developed instructional techniques to accomodate different learning styles and maximizing student comprehension.
- 3D AutoCAD Modeling (CAD215) - Reduction of 3D design concepts to coordinate space and procedural syntax required for AutoCAD 3D file development. Manipulation of wireframes; surfacing techniques; development of solids using Boolean operations. Production of standard displays and outputs involving 3D objects.
- Site Planning (ARC160) - Emphasis on the basic art of site planning, using professional design techniques and principles of architecture to develop site plans. Selection of materials, awareness of problems, and emphasis on the production of site plan drawings using board and/or computer aided drafting (CAD) skills.
- Working Drawing Analysis: Blueprint Reading (CNS175) - Detailed analysis and interpretation of construction drawings (blueprint reading); interpretation of symbols, annotations, conventions, terms of trade; and understanding of drawing, dimensioning, plan organization, and specifications.