Christopher Lee

English

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801-422-4038

Curriculum Vitae

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Teaching Experience

I strive to implement inquiry-based and discovery-based practices that engage students as active participants and co-creators in their learning rather than strictly lecturing. Whenever possible, students uncover course content with me and each other; I don’t simply cover content for them.

I’m impressed with the level of engagement and intrinsic motivation of BYU students.

Research

My research interests include composition pedagogy, faculty development, rhetoric, and popular culture.

Service

I strive to serve the community, my profession, and my department/college. For example, I’ve helped organize professional conference panels, chaired conference sessions, served as an evaluator for a tenure candidate, evaluated student essays for contests, presented at the Springville Public library on Gothic Literature, and serve on hiring committees at my institution.

Citizenship assignments

  • External Tenure Scholarship Reviewer, Undisclosed Candidate, Idaho State University, Fall, 2019.
  • Lecture on Dracula for the Springville Gothic Tales Revisited Lecture Series, Springville Public Library, Fall 2020.

Professional Website

https://christopherlee885.weebly.com/