At the University of Illinois I regularly teach introductory and upper-division courses related to psycholinguistics and language processing, as well as theoretical approaches to second language acquisition.

I have also developed a new a research seminar on using ERPs to study sentence comprehension. This class provides a theoretical overview of research on sentence comprehension using ERPs, background on the neural origins of ERPs and basics of human electrophysiology, and gives students hands-on experience collecting and analyzing ERP data from sentence comprehension tasks.

At the University of Washington I spent many quarters teaching various versions of the introduction to linguistics courses, as well as their upper-division courses on second language acquisition.