Jonathan D. Nelson, Teaching
IGERT Vision and Learning in Humans and Machines Bootcamp, 2004. Designed and mentored student project using gaze-contingent eye tracking experiment to study concept learning.
SCANS presents (COGS 91), 2003. Taught seminar course to introduce students to a variety of research agendas and applications of research in cognitive science. Had full teaching responsibility for class.
Human Development (HDP I), 2000, 2001, 2002 (supervisors: Jeff Elman, Farrel Ackerman). Developed new content, with Jeff Williams of the UCSD Biomedical Library, to introduce MedLine and PsychInfo, and a new research component of the course. Led discussion sections for 70 students. Topics included neural and visual development, social development, and gender development.
Computing (COGS 3),
1999-2001 (supervisors: Mark Wallen, Mary Boyle). Designed new course components,
including lectures and assignments, to introduce DHTML technologies, and assistive technologies for the
Received teaching award.
Probability and Statistics, Wheaton College, 1998 (supervisor: Dr. Jim Mann). Led study sections, graded student work, and lectured in calculus-based mathematical statistics course.