Teaching Experience: Emory University

Graduate

Teaching Assistant (with Adam Glynn), POLS 570: Causal Inference, Fall 2016

Undergraduate

Co-Instructor (with Hubert Tworzecki), POLS 325: Eastern European Politics, Spring 2018

Teaching Assistant (with Zack Bowersox), POLS 110: Introduction to International Relations, Spring 2017

Workshops

Instructor, ELMO 101: Learn About a Tool for Real-Time Quantitative and Qualitative Data Collection and Analysis for Your Field Research, The Institute for Developing Nations (IDN) and The Carter Center, Emory University, April 10, 2019.

Instructor, ELMO 101: Learn About a Tool for Real-Time Quantitative and Qualitative Data Collection and Analysis for Your Field Research, The Institute for Developing Nations (IDN) and The Carter Center, Emory University, February 19, 2019.

Instructor, ELMO: Real-Time Quantitative and Qualitative Data Collection and Analysis for Your Field Research, The Institute for Developing Nations (IDN) and The Carter Center, Emory University, October 30, 2018.

Instructor, ELMO: Real-Time Quantitative and Qualitative Data Collection and Analysis for Your Field Research, The Institute for Developing Nations (IDN) and The Carter Center, Emory University, October 11, 2018.

Teaching Training: Emory University

Teaching Assistant Training and Teaching Opportunity (TATTO) Program 

TATTO is a teaching training program designed for Ph.D. students by the Laney Graduate School. The program consists of a multi-day course on general pedagogy (at the graduate school level), program-specific training (within the Political Science Department), teaching assistantship, and teaching associateship (co-teaching). I completed the program when I co-taught in the spring of 2018. 

The TATTO program consisted of training on topics including: syllabus design, assessment design, effective lecturing, promoting classroom discussion, and fostering inclusive classrooms.

Teaching Tools

Electoral Rules Simulation Tool

Jane Lawrence Sumner developed this tool for helping students understand the effect of different electoral rules on election outcomes. It is invaluable for teaching electoral rules in comparative politics courses.