I’ve taught the following courses at the undergraduate level (links to the most recent syllabus are provided for each course):
|Money & Banking||f2015, sp2016, su2016, f2016, sp2017, f2017, sp2018|
|International Economics||su2017, su2018|
|Principles of Microeconomics||sp2016|
Summary of teaching evaluations
The following figure shows the mean response to questions relating to instructor effectiveness for each semester that I taught courses; the student survey includes statements about the instructor’s effectiveness, which are evaluated on a scale of 1 (strongly disagree) to 6 (strongly agree). The survey questions on instructor effectiveness are: (1) “the instructor was organized;” (2) “the instructor presented course content effectively;” (3) “the instructor created/supported a classroom environment that was respectful;” (4) “the instructor demonstrated thorough knowledge of the subject”; (5) “as appropriate, the instructor encouraged questions and opinions;” (6) “the instructor was available for consultation with students;” (7) “overall, this was an effective instructor.” The average score for all courses offered by the economics department is provided for reference.
The following figure shows the mean response to questions relating to the effectiveness of the course overall; again, responses range from 1 (strongly disagree) to 6 (strongly agree). The survey questions relating to course effectiveness are: (1) “the course objectives were clearly stated;” (2) “the course objectives were met;” (3) “the course content was well organized;” (4) “the course materials were helpful in meeting course objectives;” (5) “assignments and exams reflected what was covered in the course;” (6) “I learned a great deal in this course;” (7) “overall, this was an effective course.”
A complete set of teaching evaluations is available upon request.