Teaching

I am currently teaching Sociology 274: Social and Economic Justice. I have also taught Sociology 411: Social Movements and Sociology 131: Sociology Through Film. My course materials and reviews can be found below.

My Teaching Statement and Philosophy covers my approach to teaching and my objectives for teaching undergraduates. I am trained in inclusive teaching practices through the Carolina Center for Faculty Excellence. I also served as a fellow in the Future Faculty Fellowship Program, a program focused on evidence-based teaching techniques. I received the Wilson Award for Excellence in Teaching, a competitive prize given by the faculty in the sociology department.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Department of Sociology, Elon University
SOC 131 – Sociology Through Film (Winter 2016)

Department of Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Teaching Fellow        SOCI 411 – Social Movements (Summer 2014, Spring 2015)

Department of Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Teaching Assistant    SOCI 414 – Sociology of the City and Urabanization
SOCI 469 – Sociology of Medicine and Society

Department of Sociology/Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence, Brandeis University
Teaching Assistant
SOC 119a – War and the Possibilities of Peace, Fall 2007

TEACHING AWARDS

2017 SAGE Teaching Innovations & Professional Development Award
2015 Wilson Award for Excellence in Teaching
2015 Future Faculty Fellowship: Training Evidence-based Teaching Practices

TEACHING-RELATED PUBLICATIONS

Gaby, Sarah and Howard E. Aldrich. 2016. “Broadening Student Learning with Laptops.” In Barbi Honeycutt (ed.) Flipping the College Classroom: Practical Advice from Faculty. Madison: Magna Publications.

Gaby, Sarah and Didem Türkoğlu. 2016. “Enacting Learning: Role Play as an Active Learning Strategy.” Teaching/Learning Matters.

Gaby, Sarah and Howard E. Aldrich. 2015. “Using Laptops Effectively in Your Classroom.” The Teaching Professor.

Gaby, Sarah. 2012. “How Service Learning Influences Students.” Teaching/Learning Matters.