Below you can find summaries of previous classes I have taught as a graduate part-time instructor (GPTI) at the University of Colorado Boulder as well as a list of classes for which I have been a teaching assistant (TA).
Principles of Macroeconomics (Summer 2020) - Continuing Education (Online)
Prepared online lectures for 101 students, wrote and graded take-home exams and a term paper about the CARES act.
Avg. Instructor Score: 5.6/6 (Evaluations not publicly available)
"This was a great course. Not only was the course structured well (quite well suited for a remote learning environment) but the professor was superb. Danny was not only knowledgeable about Macro, but more importantly, was willing to continually learn and have 1-on-1 discussions with his students. This is the sign of an excellent professor who truly cares about the well-being and further education of his students." (Anonymous student feedback)
Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory (Fall 2019, Fall 2021)
Held lectures for 25-45 students, wrote and graded exams and problem sets.
Avg. Instructor Score: 5.3/6 (Link to evaluations, only available for Fall 2019)
"I like the way Danny conducted the course overall. Tests were based on homework and class lectures. I liked that Danny thought through the material as he lectured and that he did not merely read off the powerpoint slides. I enjoyed the lectures. A little powerpoint heavy, but again, the slides related to the homework and tests so he always stayed on topic. I will be more likely to take an econ class in the future if I see he is teaching it." (Anonymous student feedback)
Principles of Macroeconomics (Spring 2019)
Held lectures for 202 students, wrote and graded exams, led a team of 2 teaching assistants.
Avg. Instructor Score: 5.3/6 (Link to evaluations)
"After a rough introduction to econ my first semester here Danny was a great way to combat that. His enthusiasm is unmatched because he constantly engages the class and keeps it interesting. He also has a friendly relationship towards us students which makes it more comfortable to learn and pay attention in his class. Great teacher." (Anonymous student feedback)
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
International Economics and Policy
Natural Resource Economics
Introduction to Statistics with Computer Applications