I had the opportunity to teach business econometrics (ARE107 Syllabus) as an Instructor at UC Davis Winter Quarter 2017. The primary goal of this course is to teach the students causal and predictive modeling, the difference between them, and when they are appropriate. I was responsible for preparing and presenting lectures, writing exams (example), homework (example), and supervising two teaching assistants.
Instead of providing you couple selected comments from students who took my class, I think the following picture is worth a thousand words to explain how students benefited from taking the class (Teaching Evaluation Link).
All the classes listed below are undergraduate level classes.
- Econometric Theory and Applications (Teaching Evaluation: 4.5/5.0, link ; Spring 2015)
- Intermediate Microeconomics: Theory of Production and Consumption (Teaching Evaluation: 4.6/5.0, link; Fall 2015)
- Intermediate Microeconomics: Imperfect Competition, Markets and Welfare Economics (Teaching Evaluation: 4.8/5.0, link; Winter 2016)
- Investments (Teaching Evaluation: 4.6/5.0, link; Summer Session I 2017)