Isadora Cruxên
PhD Candidate | MIT

Teaching



Opportunities to teach and mentor students have been some of the most gratifying and stimulating experiences I have had at MIT. I have been a teaching assistant for graduate courses focused on international development, research design, and qualitative methods. For my role as co-instructor for a research design and methods course for first-year Ph.D. students at the Department of Urban Studies and Planning I was awarded the MIT Graduate Student Council Teaching Award in 2019.


2020
MCP Thesis Prep, Urban Studies and Planning, MIT 
Teaching Assistant, Master’s level, Faculty: Gabriella Carolini


2018-2019
Research Design for Policy Analysis and Planning, Urban Studies and Planning, MIT
Co-instructor, PhD level, Faculty: Amy Glasmeier
- Awarded 2019 MIT Graduate Student Council Teaching Award for role as co-instructor


2017
Introduction to International Development Planning, Urban Studies and Planning, MIT 
Teaching Assistant, Graduate level, Faculty: Balakrishnan Rajagopal


2016
Water Diplomacy Workshop, Program on Negotiation, Harvard University
Teaching Assistant, Professional level, Faculty:  Lawrence Susskind and Shafik Islam

2015
Theory and Practice of Participatory Action Research, Urban Studies and Planning, MIT
Teaching Assistant, Graduate level, Faculty: Lawrence Susskind and Dayna Cunningham


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