Instructor. Designer. Philosopher.
As an administrator and trainer at a community college, I work with individual faculty, departments, and other staff and administration to ensure the overall quality of all online courses through instructional design and training, the development and implementation of policy; and the coordination of various resources to ensure student success.
As an instructor, I strive to build a classroom environment that promotes student responsibility for their learning and engagement, using active learning techniques and other pedagogical practices and quality instructional design.
As a Ph. D student at SUNY Binghamton, I study the impact of luck on theories of morality and how moral structures and understandings are organized around constructions of personal identity. My current project is a critique of the epistemic argument against moral luck and the contradictions it reveals about the broader debate surrounding the so-called “problem of moral luck.”
Contact Me: bdavisshannon [at] gmail.com