CV

As of 31/08/2019

Glenn Carruthers

Curriculum Vitae

Lecturer in Psychology Charles Sturt University   email: glenn.rj.carruthers@gmail.com 15 Tristania Court Port Macquarie NSW 2444 Australia   DOB: 04/10/1983 Citizenship: Australian Married to Dr. Elizabeth Schier

Current Position

Lecturer (full time, permanent), School of Psychology, Charles Sturt University

Previous Full-Time Positions

Research Fellow (research only), ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders (CCD), Macquarie University, June 2015-September2016

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow (research only), ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders (CCD), Macquarie University, October 2011-June 2015

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow (research only), Centre for Integrative Life Sciences (CILS), Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, July 2010-August 2011

Education

PhD:

Macquarie University, awarded April 2010

Thesis: A Cognitive Model of Self Consciousness

Supervisors: Professor John Sutton, Professor Max Coltheart

BA(First Class Honours):

Philosophy, the University of Adelaide, 2005

Thesis: The Self

Supervisor: Professor Gerard O’Brien

Grants

1. Macquarie University Faculty of Human Sciences Open Access Journal Assistance Scheme (2014) “What makes us conscious of our own agency? And why the conscious versus unconscious representation distinction matters.” (Frontiers in Human Neuroscience) EU€960 (AUD$1,382)

2. Macquarie University Postgraduate Research Fund (2009) AUD$4365.50

Honours and Awards

1. 1st place, Essay Contest at the Australasian Postgraduate Philosophy Conference, 2009

2. MQRES Scholarship, Macquarie University, October 2008-August 2009

3. School of Humanities Divisional Scholarship, Adelaide University, February 2006- February 2009 (voluntarily ended October 2008)

4. The William Mitchell Prize for Honours Philosophy, 2005

5. Jeffris Memorial Medal, 2003

6. The William Mitchell Prize for Level 2 Philosophy, 2002

Journal Editorships

Associate Editor (self-consciousness), Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice. 2019, ongoing

Publications

Books

(2019) The Feeling of Embodiment: A Case Study in Explaining Consciousness. Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN 978-3-030-14166-0

ISBN 978-3-030-14167-7

Edited Volumes

w/Elizabeth Schier (2017) The Hard Problem of Consciousness SI of Topoi: An International Review of Philosophy 36(1):1-125

Refereed Articles

w/Sidney Carls-Diamante; Linus Huang; Melanie Rosen; and, Elizabeth Schier (in press- 2019) “How to Operationalise Consciousness” in Australian Journal of Psychology

w/Kristina Musholt (2018) “Ipseity at the intersection of phenomenology, psychiatry and philosophy of mind: Are we talking about the same thing?” in Review of Philosophy and Psychology 9(3): 689-701

(2018) “Confabulation or Experience? Implications of Out-of-Body Experiences for Theories of Consciousness” in Theory and Psychology 28(1): 122-140

w/ Xiaoqing Gao, Regine Zopf, Alicia Wilcox, and Rachel Robbins (2017) “The conceptual space explanation of the rubber hand illusion: first experimental tests’ in Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research and Practice 4(2): 161-175

w/ Elizabeth Schier (2017) “Introduction: The Hard Problem of Consciousness” in Topoi: An International Review of Philosophy 36(1):1-3

w/ Elizabeth Schier (2017) “Why are we still being Hornswoggled? Dissolving the Hard Problem of Consciousness” in Topoi: An International Review of Philosophy 36(1):67-79

(2016) “Making sense of spousal revenge filicide” in Aggression and Violent Behavior 29: 30-35

(2015) “A metacognitive model of the feeling of agency over bodily actions” in Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research and Practice 2(3): 210-221

(2015) “Difficulties for extending Wegner and colleagues’ model of the sense of agency to deficits in delusions of alien control” in Avant: Trends in Interdisciplinary Studies V(3)

(2015) “Who am I in Out of Body Experiences? Implications from OBEs for the explanandum of a theory of self-consciousness” in Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 14:183-197 DOI 10.1007/s11097-013-9332-0

(2014) “What makes us conscious of our own agency? And why the conscious versus unconscious distinction matters” in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8:434 doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00434

(2014) “Un modello metacognitivo del senso di agentività per le azioni corporee.” In: Massimo Marraffa and Fausto Carauna eds: SISTEMI INTELLIGENTI 26(1) pp. 57-78

(2013) “Toward a Cognitive Model of the Sense of Embodiment in a (Rubber) Hand” in Journal of Consciousness Studies 20(3-4) pp. 33-60

(2012) “A Metacognitive Model of the Sense of Agency over Thoughts” in Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 17(4) pp.291-314 DOI: 10.1080/13546805.2011.627275

(2012) “The Case for the Comparator Model as an Explanation of the Sense of Agency and its Breakdowns” in Consciousness and Cognition 21(1) pp.30-45; DOI:10.1016/j.concog.2010.08.005;

(2010) “A Problem for Wegner and Colleagues’ Model of the Sense of Agency” in Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 9(3) pp.341-357; DOI:10.1007/s11097-010-9150-6;

(2010) “A Comparison of Fortunes: the Comparator and Multifactorial weighting Models of the Sense of Agency” in Christensen, Schier and Sutton eds Proceedings of the Australasian Society for Cognitive Science

(2009) “Commentary on Synofzik, Vosgerau and Newen 2008” in Consciousness and Cognition 18(2) pp.515-520; DOI:10.1016/j.concog.2008.05.006

(2009) “Is the Body Schema Sufficient for the Sense of Embodiment? An Alternative to de Vignemont’s Model” in Philosophical Psychology 22(2) pp.123-142; DOI:10.1080/09515080902802785

(2008) “Reply to Tsakiris and Fotopoulou ‘Is my body the sum of online and offline body representations’” in Consciousness and Cognition 17 pp..1321-1323; DOI:10.1016/j.concog.2008.07.008

(2008) “Types of Body Representation and the Sense of Embodiment” in Consciousness and Cognition 17 pp.1302-1316; DOI:10.1016/j.concog.2008.02.001

(2007) “A Model of the Synchronic Self” in Consciousness and Cognition 16 pp.533-550

Book Reviews

(2015) “Booth, Anthony Robert and Darrell P. Rowbottom (eds.), Intuitions, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014, pp. ix + 289, £40 (hardback).” in The Australasian Journal of Philosophy DOI: 10.1080/00048402.2015.1029501

(2014) “The Cambridge handbook of Cognitive Science — Keith Frankish and William Ramsey” in Philosophy in Review 34(1-2)

(2013) “The Conscious Brain- Jesse Prinz” in Metapsychology 17(26)

(2013) “Foundations of Metacognition- Beran, Michael J; Brandl, Johannes L; Perner, Josef, Proust Joëlle eds” in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

(2012) “Review: Rationality + Consciousness = Free Will- David Hodgson in Metapsychology 16(43)

(2012) “Review: The Wonder of Consciousness; Understanding the Mind through Philosophical Reflection- Harold Langsam” in Metapsychology 16(14)

(2011) “The Nature of Representation and the Experience of Oneself: a Critical Notice on Gottfried Vosgerau’s Mental Representation and Self-Consciousness” in Philosophical Psychology 24(3) pp.411-425; DOI:10.1080/09515089.2011.563541;

Conference Notes

Carruthers, Glenn; Gutwinski, Stefan; Kuhlen, Anna; Landgraf, Steffen; Meshi, Dar; Steimke, Rosa and Voelkl, Bernhard (2010) “Interacting Minds: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Social Cognition” in The Reasoner 4(12) pp.179-180

Research Impact

Google Scholar Profile:

As of 30/08/2019

Total Citations in Google Scholar: 340

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Most Cited (148): 

(2008) “Types of Body Representation and the Sense of Embodiment” in Consciousness and Cognition 17(4) pp. 1302-1316

Professional Reviewing

Journals

Mind

Synthese

Mind & Language

Minds and Machines

Psychiatry Research

Consciousness and Cognition

Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences

PLOS One

Frontiers in Psychology

Journal of the American Philosophical Association

Philosophical Psychology

Journal of Consciousness Studies

Grazer Philosophische Studien

Journal of Cognitive Science

Proceedings of the Australasian Society for Cognitive Science

Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice

Acta Psychologia

PeerJ

Review of General Psychology

Cognition

Erkenntnis

British Journal for Philosophy of Science

Journal of Family Violence

Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology

The Review of Psychology and Philosophy

Grants

Danish Council for independent Research

Presentations

Invited

1. Carruthers, Glenn and Musholt, Kristina ‘Ipseity at the Intersection of Phenomenology, Cognitive Psychiatry and the Natural Philosophy of Mind: Are we talking about the Same Thing?’ Centre for Agency and Values (CAVE) Workshop: Consciousness, Subjectivity and Self, Macquarie University, July 2015

2. Carruthers, Glenn and Schier, Elizabeth ‘Dissociative Theories of Consciousness are testable’ Australian National University (Kioloa), July 2014

3. Carruthers, Glenn A metacognitive model of the sense of agency over bodily actions

“Sense of Agency: Theory, Methods and Applications”, Macquarie University, December 2013

4. Carruthers, Glenn ‘The notion of the physical in Hodgson’s Rationality + Consciousness = Free Will’ Julius Stone Institute, Sydney University, Sydney, May 2013

5. Carruthers, Glenn ‘Toward a cognitive model of the sense of embodiment in a (rubber) hand’ University of New South Wales, Sydney, May 2012

6. Carruthers, Glenn ‘A metacognitive model of the sense of agency over one’s thoughts’

Rethinking Mind and Cosmos, Sydney University, Sydney, November 2009 

7. Carruthers, Glenn ‘Commentary on Synofzik, Vosgerau and Newen 2008’ School of Mind and Brain, Berlin, June 2009

8. Carruthers, Glenn ‘Is the body schema sufficient for the sense of embodiment? An alternative to de Vignemont’s model.’ Mind11, Berlin, May 2009

Peer Reviewed

1. Carruthers, Glenn; Zopf, Regine; Gao, Xiaoqing; Wilcox, Alicia and Robbins, Rachel “First tests of the conceptual space explanation of the rubber hand illusion” European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, University of Messina, Noto, September 2014 and Australasian Society for Cognitive Science, Monash University, November 2014

2. Carruthers, Glenn and Schier, Elizabeth ‘Dissolving the Hard Problem of Consciousness’

Consciousness Online 4 (CO4), http://consciousnessonline.com/2012/02/17/dissolving-the-hard-problem-of-consciousness/ February 2012

3. Carruthers, Glenn ‘A comparison of fortunes: the comparator and multifactorial weighting model of the sense of agency’ Australasian Society for Cognitive Science 2009, Sydney, September 2009 European Society for Philosophy and Psychology 2010, Bochum, August 2010

4. Carruthers, Glenn ‘Is the body schema sufficient for the sense of ownership?’ Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness 13, Berlin, June 2009

5. Carruthers, Glenn ‘An Inference to the Sense of Agency’ Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness 11, Las Vegas, June 2007

6. Carruthers, Glenn ‘Types of Body Representation and the Sense of Embodiment’ Australasian Society for Cognitive Science, Adelaide, July 2007

Other Presentations

Book Launch

1. Carruthers, Glenn ‘Sexism in judgements of responsibility in cases of filicide’ Macquarie University, September 2015

2. Carruthers, Glenn ‘Irvine’s Elimination of Consciousness: Conscious Awareness as a Functionally Emergent Kind’ Australasian Association of Philosophy Meeting,  Sydney, Macquarie University, July 2015

3. Carruthers, Glenn ‘What makes us conscious of our own agency? And why the conscious versus unconscious representation distinction matters’ Australasian Association of Philosophy Meeting, Canberra, ANU, July 2014

4. Carruthers, Glenn ‘Out of Body Experiences tell us something about Consciousness after all (but don’t worry – it’s not that it’s magic)’ Australasian Association of Philosophy Meeting, Brisbane, UQ, July 2013

5. Carruthers, Glenn and Schier, Elizabeth ‘Dissolving the Hard Problem of Consciousness’ Macquarie University, Sydney, November 2011

6. Carruthers, Glenn ‘Toward a cognitive model of the sense of embodiment in a (rubber) hand’ Macquarie University, Sydney, October 2011

7. Carruthers, Glenn ‘Making sense of spousal revenge filicide: a motivational hypothesis and testable predictions’ Humboldt University, Berlin, August 2011

8. Carruthers, Glenn and Schier, Elizabeth ‘What a difference a TCD Makes: How theories of content determination affect theory in cognitive science’ Mind13, Frankfurt, October 2010

9. Carruthers, Glenn and Moll, Henrike ‘Toward a Cognitive Model of Taking and Confronting Perspectives’ Humboldt University, Berlin, September 2010

10. Carruthers, Glenn and Rahmanovic, Alena ‘Some theoretical implications of hypnotic changes to body experience’ Adelaide University, Adelaide, March 2010

11. Carruthers, Glenn ‘A problem for Wegner and colleagues’ model of the sense of agency’

School of Mind and Brain, Berlin, June 2009

12. Carruthers, Glenn ‘Is the body schema sufficient for the sense of embodiment? An alternative to de Vignemont’s model.’ Australian Postgraduate Philosophy Conference, Macquarie, April 2009.

13. Carruthers, Glenn and Schier, Elizabeth ‘Our intuitions about consciousness are inconsistent’ Australasian Association of Philosophy, Melbourne, July 2008

14. Carruthers, Glenn ‘A metacognitive model of the sense of agency over one’s thoughts’

Australian Postgraduate Philosophy Conference, Sydney, March 2008, Adelaide University, July 2008, Macquarie University November 2008

Teaching Experience

Graduate Students

Stephane Savanah, PHD, Department of Cognitive Science, Macquarie University. Completed

Graduate Seminars (MRes)

Macquarie University, 2015

          Subjects taught: Advanced Principles of Cognitive Science: Memory, Self, and        Cognitive Theory

Graduate Seminars (General)

Macquarie University, 2014

          Subjects taught: Philosophy of Cognitive Science

Honours Students

2019

Reinier Bruijnooge “The role of cognitive biases relevant to delusional ideation, in explaining belief in conspiracy theory.”

Felicity Crome “An Investigation of Moral Judgement: Utilising Affectively Valenced Music to Alter Emotional Context.”

Carl-Joan Jagusch “The relationship between moral identity and moral injury: An exploratory study in the general population.”

Vicki Lloyd “Do our daily emotions impact our coping styles and life satisfaction?”

Christopher McCready “Where’s my hand?  Broad visual-attentional scope strengthens the rubber-hand illusion.”

Lewis Perkins “The Cognitive Attentional Syndrome, Metacognitive Model of Paranoia, and Paranoid Thinking.”

Shirley Wong “Is money the root of all evil? Mere exposure to money and its impacts on moral disengagement and unethical behaviour.”

2018

Peter M. Kahoun “The Effect of Compromising Executive Function in Theory of Mind Tasks” (co with Alexander De Foe) Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Ashley Stevens “Does #metoo change attitudes towards sexual harassment? Effects of identity and motivation.”

Colin Cobb “Ethically Ambiguous: A Study on Ethical and Moral Principles”

Sophie Parkinson “‘Feeling with’ or ‘caring about’ others – how different aspects of trait empathy influence moral concerns and behaviour”

2017

Jemma Taylor “Attitudes of online news sources and the public towards perpetrators of filicide, neonaticide and infanticide in Australia”

Cassandra Grey “Confabulation and the Similarities to Introspection, and Pathway to Sense of Agency”

Lecturer

Charles Sturt University, 2016-2019

          Subjects Taught: PSY 102 Foundations of Psychology 2; PSY 208 Biopsychology; PSY 305 Psychology of Personality; PSY 202 Developmental Psychology; PSY 425 Cognitive Science

Macquarie University, 2009

          Subjects taught: Body and Mind

Macquarie University, 2008

          Subjects taught: Philosophy and Cognitive Science

Tutor

Adelaide University, February 2010-June 2010

          Subjects taught: Mind and World; Ethics, Science and Society

University of New South Wales, August 2009-November 2009

Subjects taught: The use of Language, Images and Symbols

Macquarie University, February 2008-Novemebr 2009

Subjects taught: Critical Thinking; Philosophy and Cognitive Science

Adelaide University, February 2006-July 2007

Subjects taught: Mind, Knowledge and God; Morality Society and the Individual; Mental Representation, Consciousness and the Self

Open University Australia, via Macquarie University, August 2007- 2009

Subjects Taught: Philosophy and Cognitive Science; Philosophy, Morality and Society, Body and Mind

Organisational Work

Research committee, School of Psychology, Charles Sturt University, 2016-2019

School Board, School of Psychology, Charles Sturt University, 2016-2019

Communications officer for the Australasian Society for Cognitive Science, 2017-1019

Convenor of the Australasian Society for Cognitive Science Conference 2017, Charles Sturt University, Port Macquarie

Chair of committee to reorganise the Australasian Society for Cognitive Science, 2016-2017

Member: Department of Cognitive Science Research Committee, Macquarie University, 2014-present

Member: Scientific Organising Committee Australian Cognitive Neuropsychology and Cognitive Neuropsychiatry Research Forum, 2015

Coordinator: “Advances in the Philosophy of Cognitive Science and Psychology” stream at the Australasian Association of Philosophy meeting, Sydney, Macquarie University, July 2015

Coordinator: “Advances in the Philosophy of Cognitive Science and Psychology” stream at the Australasian Association of Philosophy meeting, Canberra, ANU, July 2014

Coordinator: “Advances in Cognitive Science” stream at the Australasian Association of Philosophy meeting, Brisbane, July 7-12 2013

Association Representative for the Australasian Society of Cognitive Science to the Australasian Association of Philosophy, 2013-2014

Convenor: Macquarie Natural Philosophy (MacNaP) working group Macquarie University, September 2012-present,

Member: Scientific Organising Committee for “Interacting Minds: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Social Cognition” (see: http://www.cils.info/events/#c34, https://sites.google.com/site/interactingminds/), Humboldt University, Berlin, 19/11/2010

Convenor: Body Representation Reading Group, Macquarie University, October 2009- January 2010 and October 2011-present

Convenor: Consciousness and Awareness Reading Group, Macquarie University, July 2008- January 2010 and October 2011-Present

Member: Organisation committee for Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science seminar series 2009

Professional Memberships and Activates

Student Member, Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness 2007-2009

Member, Australasian Association for Philosophy, 2007 – present

Miscellaneous Volunteer Administrative Roles

Campaign Director for James Atanasious (NSW Greens) in the seat of Granville, NSW State Election, 2015

Manager: Adelaide University Soccer Club, 2005-2006

Board Member: Adelaide University Soccer Club, 2007

Manager: Macquarie University Soccer Club, 2008-2009, 2012-2016

What do students say about me?

Philosophy and Cognitive Science OUA SP3 (SP= Study Period, OUA equivalent of a semester) 2008

“First of all I would like to thank you for your support and professionalism on the discussion board, I have studied many units through OUA and you are by far the best tutor I have had. I appreciate so much clarity and information so I am not lost.”

Body and Mind OUA SP2 2008

“Thanks Glenn for your probing questions that didn’t let on too much though pointed you in directions that increased knowledge on the subject matter.”

“Hi Glenn,

Just wanted to say a very quick thank you for all your support this course, you have been the most friendly and helpful teacher I have come across online and for once didnt [didn’t] feel all lost! Hope to see you in another subject soon.”

Written Evaluation Excerpt

NB://for CSU subjects these were in response to the SES question: “What about this subject did you find most helpful in your learning?”

PSY 202 Developmental Psychology, Semester 1, 2019

“Our on campus tutorial lecturer Glen was very helpful in explaining concepts I struggled understanding and made it really easy to ask for help.”

“Good tutorial teacher”

“Glenn Carruthers has been a fantastic, intelligent and approachable lecturer, in this and other subjects that I have completed. I found that I could always contact Glenn outside of uni hours and he was extremely helpful with any questions I had. Also, His class lectures are so helpful. I wish we had more class lectures, since I moved here to study on campus.”

PSY 208 Biopsychology, Semester 1, 2019

“Our on campus tutorial lecturer was really approachable and ready to help with any problems with the lecture content and online content. It was good to be able to talk with a lecturer in the same room and have student interaction as well.”

“Glenn was fantastic he made the lectures / Tutes really enjoyable and he was extremely supportive of myself and everyone in the class. He was hugely relatable and thus approachable.”

“Glenn’s tutorials on campus helped me to understand concepts better. I think that if he taught the course on campus it would be better and it makes it easier to actually understand and make connections”

“Glenn and Nicole were amazing lecturers. I absolutly loved this subject, which was surprising to me but I think it was because Glenn and Nicole did such a great job.”

“Approachable staff who would offer assistance when necessary.”

PSY 425 Cognitive Science, Semester 2, 2018

“Glenn was very responsive to questions, the practical component of residential school was the most helpful.”

“Glenn – he was always available, he was very knowledgeable, and there was lots of discussion about the topics on the discussion boards that he actively participated in. He kept the discussion going as much as he could in order to help us deepen our understanding. I found this very helpful. It was a different kind of subject but my favourite of my university career so far.”

“There was the opportunity to post to a discussion board. Glenn was fantastic at giving feedback or points for further thought.”

PSY 102 Foundations of Psychology 2, Semester 2, 2018

“enjoyed the teaching style, with all the info then concept checks. tutorials were fun and made concepts easier to understand.”

“The lecturer was extremely approachable and knowledgeable. Clearly defined expectations and opportunities for extended learning. Fantastic class, superstar lecturer.”

“The instructor was knowledgeable and at all times approachable.”

“The helpfulness of my lecturer.”

PSY 208 Biopsychology, Semester 1, 2018

“The lecturer provide thoughtful and insightful sessions which I found engaged the students to the subject content.”

“Glenn’s lectures”

PSY 102 Foundations of Psychology 2, Semester 2, 2017

“Glenn was always really helpful when I needed assistance with assessments or learning content”

“The Lecturer delivered well considered and prepared lectures which stimulated thinking and was always engaging. The tutorials were excellent and provided an opportunity to discuss the lecture content in greater detail and to experience a practical element of the theory being presented. Overall an enjoyable, educational, and well delivered subject.”

“Lecturer was very approachable and always responded in a timely manner to emails and discussion threads … lecturer was open and down to earth with questions and discussion during lectures and tutorials … the additional online learning materials to accompany the textbook were also very much appreciated … lecture notes were very comprehensive”

PSY 208 Biopsychology, Semester 1, 2017

“Our comfortability to ask questions to Glenn. It was an open and welcoming environment”

“Group activities were great. Lecturer found ways to re-explain content, when we had trouble understanding.

Lecturer was very approachable and always willing to discuss issues and content.

Overall really good!”

PSY 102 Foundations of Psychology 2, Semester 2, 2016

“The lecturer was great and communicated well with students, engaging everyone and helping them when they were in doubt or were struggling with stress or subject assessments.”

“Lecturer was very approachable and always willing to clarify queries etc.”

Body and Mind OUA SP2 2008

Have you ever completed a distance education unit before? If so, how does your experience of this online unit compare to other distance units?

“Yes. This was the best in my experience with regard to feedback and direction”

“YES. Delivery is good. The tutor was excellent. I actually walked away feeling good about continuing study whereas in previous units I was ready to quit. This is due to the excellent guidance from the tutor for this unit.”

Philosophy and Cognitive Science semester 1 2008 Macquarie University

What were the aspects of the teacher’s practice that helped you learn?

“did have an excellent background in course.”

“examples, choice of words, as teacher relates well to students lack of understanding of some concepts”

“his clarity in explaining complex topics”

“explains at a reasonable pace”

This teacher gave constructive feedback (in class, on assessment task, etc) that helped my learning:

“essay notes very helpful”

“even outside of class time”

This teacher showed genuine interest in assisting students’ academic progress:

“yes, even aside from the course with an eye to future prospects.”

Morality, Society and the Individual semester 1 2006, The University of Adelaide

What are the best aspects of Mr Glenn Carruthers’ Teaching?

 “gives clear and a lot of feedback re: work and assignments”

“encourages us to talk to him if we have any problems”

“clear explanations, effective learning environment, willingness to assist others”

“very willing to help students”

“good explanations, encourages student participation. Excellent stand up chap.”