I have multiple years of experience teaching undergraduate students.
In the summer of 2019, I designed and taught an advanced undergraduate course about Politics in South America at UCLA. Syllabus, Teaching Evaluations.
Extra: List of Films.
I worked as a teaching fellow/associate/assistant for 9 undergraduate courses at UCLA: Summary of Teaching Evaluations, Students’ Comments.
Politics and Strategy (Introduction to Game Theory). Main Instructor: Michael Chwe. Fall 2017
Political Institutions and Economic Development, Main instructor: Miriam Golden. (Grant from the the Instructional Development Program to design the materials and teach about politics and economic development using data analysis and visualization in “half-flipped” classroom environment). Winter 2017
Government and Politics in Latin America. Main Instructor: Barbara Geddes. Spring 2017, Winter 2016, Spring 2015
Political Economy of Development Main Instructor: Daniel Posner. Spring 2016
Introduction to Comparative Politics Main Instructor: Michael Thies. Fall 2015, Fall 2014
Introduction to American Politics Main Instructor: Chris Tausanovitch. Winter 2015
Prior to my PhD Program at UCLA, I taught a course on experimental and quasi-experimental methods at INVALSI (Istituto nazionale per la valutazione del sistema dell’istruzione) in Rome, Italy.