From 2005-2006 I was a course prefector for Methods of Political Research at Carleton College. This entailed running sections on research design and working with students on a project using statistical analysis.
From Fall 2010-Spring 2011 I was a teaching assistant for the International Relations Honors Seminar at NYU. I helped the students collect and analyze data for their honors theses individually as well as preparing and giving lectures on basic statistics and Stata. Here is an example of one of the lectures:
Multiple regression and interaction terms in Stata with an application to Obamacare and the 2010 Midterms Care Bill. (Inspired by a Brendan Nyhan blog post.) (data)
In Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 I was an adjunct instructor for the quantitative section of Analytical Skills for Global Affairs in the Center for Global Affairs at the School of Continuing and Professional Studies at NYU.