Teaching Experience

King will be teaching Native American History this fall 2017 at NSU.

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Assistant Professor of History, Northeastern State University (2016-present)

Online, blended, and in-person courses:

  • HIST 3723/AIS 3723/AMST 5923: History of the American Indian (course title to be changed)
  • HIST 4023-01/AIS 4043/AMST 5923-02: Indigenous History in the U.S. Since 1900
  • HIST 1493: American History Since 1876

Guest Lecturer, Native American Studies, Dartmouth College (2015-2016)

  • Presented and lectured on Native American and Navajo educational history and historical religious experiences as a guest speaker in various classes at different institutions throughout the United States

Instructor, Arizona State University:

U.S. History since 1865 (Spring 2015)

  • Designed syllabus and course curriculum with the AHA History Teaching Tuning Project
  • Planned service-learning components to involve students in the Phoenix Indian School Legacy Project that other local faculty have since replicated, and the project continues to endorse the curriculum with college instructors
  • Included class excursion to the Heard Museum and Phoenix Indian School music building

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Teaching Assistant, Arizona State University:

U.S. Military History (online, Spring 2014)

Contemporary America (online, Fall 2013)

  • Evaluated and graded written assignments and online discussions for large classes
  • Supported and communicated with students online

Instructor, Adjunct Faculty, Department of History, Utah Valley University:

American Civilization (Fall 2011 and Spring 2012)

  • Three credit general course primarily for first-year students
  • Taught and graded for 130 students in Fall 2011
  • Developed syllabus, lectures with visuals, guest presentations, and class service-learning activities including student efforts to write to veterans and host a public event for Veterans’ Day featuring Navajo Code Talker Albert Smith
  • Incorporated oral history methodologies and project

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