Here you will find information about my teaching experience and graphical summaries of quantitative student feedback.

Califoria Institute of Technology

Previously taught:

Additionally Prepared to teach:

Scheduled to teach:

  • Probability, Evidence & Belief (Spring 2019)
  • Knowledge & Reality (Spring 2019)
  • Introduction to Philosophy of Science (Winter 2019)

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (primary instructor)

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (TA)

  • Philosophy, Politics & Economics (Fall 2015)
  • Philosophy, Politics & Economics (Winter 2015)
  • Intermediate Logic (Fall 2014)

Quantitative Feedback

The following is a summary of my overall teaching effectiveness for every class I have taught so far at Caltech. I have included all evaluations. The students were asked to evaluate my overall command of the subject, on a scale from 1 to 7.

caltech_teach1

The following is a summary of various teaching attributes for every class I have taught so far at Caltech. I have included all evaluations. The students ranked each on a scale from 1 to 7.

caltech_teach2

The following is a summary of my overall teaching effectiveness for the three most recent classes I have taught at the University of Michigan. I have included all evaluations. The students were asked to evaluate my overall excellence as a teacher, on a scale from 1 to 5.

Since the department at Michigan provided historical data, I have also included 5 year departmental averages for comparison.

um_teach1

The following is a summary of various teaching attributes for the three most recent classes I have taught at the University of Michigan. I have included all evaluations. The students ranked each on a scale from 1 to 5.

um_teach2

The plots above were created with Altair in Python. If you’d like to see the code you can find my Jupyter notebook here.