My teaching time is spent with undergraduate students.
I try to teach one section of Introduction to University Life to Cameron's first year students when possible. I've been lucky to co-teach this with some amazing upperclass students in the past -- and have learned a lot about how to build community quickly in the classroom from them.
I regularly teach the Student Teaching Seminar for all education students. For this seminar I keep current in the latest changes in Oklahoma education (we're using common core . . . we're not using common core . . . we have a new teacher evaluation system . . . wait, the new teacher evaluation system doesn't quite work the way we thought . . .) as well as other things that novice teachers need to know. Topics covered in the seminar include the difference between formative and summative assessment, closing the achievement gap, working with LGBTQ students, and establishing relationships with all students.