I have been a teaching assistant for numerous classes ranging between quantitative research in political science, urban geography, minority politics in the United States, and environmental politics.
In Winter 2020, I will be the instructor of record for Introduction to Political Science Research Methods, an undergraduate political science course that exposes students to quantitative research in political science, with an emphasis on causality. The course requires students to code in R, and introduces students to probability, statistical inference, and regression. The course pushes students to think critically about the assumptions underlying regression-based inference, while advocating for the use of design-based techniques. You can find the course syllabus here.