Teaching

Classroom Experience

Summer 2021, Introduction to Cost Benefit Analysis, (UMN Econ 4831, Instructor)

  • 27 undergraduate students in an online course

  • Presented lectures on topics related to cost benefit analysis

  • Wrote syllabus and midterm exam, designed class project and grading criteria, selected homework and lecture material

  • Mean evaluation: 5.73/ 6

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Spring 2020, Principles of Econometrics (UMN ECON 4211, Teaching Assistant)

  • One sections of 33 students in person and online

  • Presented lectures on topics in econometrics

  • Graded homework and exams

  • Mean evaluation: 4.71 / 6


Fall 2019, Principles of Microeconomics (UMN ECON 1101, Teaching Assistant)

  • One sections of 34 students

  • Presented lectures on topics in introductory microeconomics

  • Graded discussion sessions and proctored exams

  • Mean evaluation: 5.65 / 6


Fall 2017/ Spring 2018, Principles of Microeconomics, (UMN ECON 1101, Teaching Assistant)

  • Three sections of 30-40 students each semester

  • Presented lectures in each section on topics in introductory microeconomics

  • Graded discussion sessions and proctored exams

  • Mean evaluation: 5.57 / 6


Spring 2015-Spring 2016, Preparation for University Level Mathematics, (University of Arizona Math 100,

Undergraduate Teaching Coordinator)

  • Managed and created classroom environment

  • Supervised Undergraduate Teaching Assistants

  • Conducted performance reviews of Undergraduate Teaching Assistants

  • Assisted with classroom instruction


Fall 2015, Preparation for University Level Mathematics, (University of Arizona Math 100, Undergraduate Teaching Assistant)

  • Presented online lectures of course materials

  • Graded in class assignments and participation

  • Proctored exams

  • Held office hours and provided assistance with technical problems


Spring 2014-Spring 2015, Elements of Calculus, (University of Arizona Math 113, Teaching Assistant)

  • Presented review sessions prior to Exams

  • Graded homework assignments and proctored exams

  • Held office hours