Rotem Landesman


I have extensive teaching experience across ages, including curriculm and assesment development, lecturing, and course stracturing. Below are a few of the recent opporunities I've had to teach at a collegiate level and otherwise.

Philosophy For Children (Instructor)
Loyal Heights Community Center. Wi ’22 - Current. Created curriculum and taught children ages 12-16 (9 week course) topics in philosophy and technology.

Foundation of Information (Co-Instructor)
UW INFO 200, Fa ‘23. Helped adapt course structure to focus on discussion, project-based learning, focusing on supporting students with the analysis/redesign of major information systems.

Ethical Games Directed Reserach Group (Co-Instructor)
UW HCDE Wi ‘21. Designed curriculum (including exercises, readings, lectures, and assignments) on the topics of ethics and AI, serious games, learning through games and design basics. Prepared and delivered lessons on ethical computing and AI trends.

Teaching Assistantships
During my undergraduate and master's, I had the privilege of serving as a teaching assistant for courses that like HCI 101 and Human-Centered UX-Design. During my PhD, in addition to the courses I am teaching, I've served as a teaching assistant for courses in the Information school, often working with instrcutors to update and improve students' experiences in and out of the classroom.