Daniel A. Romero Suárez


Teaching



I have been an instructor at different levels of the professorship. Starting as an Undergraduate Teaching Fellow in 2013, I have achieved excellent results   teaching classes  with diverse racial/ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds,  and with varying levels of prior study. For the past eight years, I have had the privilege of reflecting on my teaching practices thanks to pedagogical training in Peru and the US. In that time, I have worked alongside colleagues from varied fields and levels to create or modify syllabi to better serve the students and achieve institutional goals. 

HONORS

E. Inman Fox Award for Excellence in Teaching
Granted by the Spanish and Portuguese Department at Vanderbilt University (2019)

TEACHING RECORD

Poesía [Poetry]
Undergraduate (2013-2015) and Graduate Teaching Fellow (2015-2016)
Pontifical Catholic University of Peru

Teatro [Drama]
Undergraduate (2013-2015) and Graduate Teaching Fellow (2015-2016)
Pontifical Catholic University of Peru

Introducción a la Lingüística y Literatura [Introduction to Linguistics and Literature]
Undergraduate Teaching Fellow (2013-2014)
Pontifical Catholic University of Peru

Introducción a la Literatura [Introduction to Literature]
Adjunct Professor (2015)
Antonio Ruiz de Montoya University (Peru)

Comprensión y Redacción de Textos Académicos I & II [Understanding and Writing Academic Texts I & II]
Adjunct Professor (2015-2016)
Technological University of Peru

Elementary Spanish I & II
Instructor of Record - Vanderbilt University (2017-2018; Spring 2019)

Intensive Elementary Spanish
Instructor of Record - Vanderbilt University (Fall 2018)

Intermediate Spanish Writing
Instructor of Record - Vanderbilt University (Fall 2019)

Spanish for Oral Communication
Instructor of Record - Vanderbilt University (Spring 2020)