Summer Challenge Economics
This was an original course in game theory which I designed and taught as part of BU's Summer Challenge Program. The course was geared towards highschool students and consisted of 10 two-hour lectures.
Ephasis was placed on interactive learning with particular focus on classroom activities in which students acted as ``players'' in many famous games such as the prisoner's dillemma, the
stag hunt, and a version of the market for lemons. The course gave an overview of utility, various games in the context of Nash equilibrium and subgame perfect Nash equilibrium, repeated games and incomplete information.
Introduction to Macroeconomics - Teaching Fellow
This was a course in principles of macroeconomics taught by Bruce Watson. My duties included holding review sessions and holding office hours.
Introduction to Microeconomics - Lead Teaching Fellow
This was a course in principles of microeconomics taught by Bruce Watson. My duties included managing other TFs, holding review sessions and holding office hours.