My teaching interests lie with the fields of comparative politics, electoral politics, US Politics, European politics, research methods and women and politics.  I have developed various teaching resources for my students to improve their academic skills. You can find these in the links below

Teaching Experience

Instructor small seminars (2-3 students per session)
2013-2017, various colleges at Oxford University,  1st, 2nd, 3rd year undergraduates
Topics taught: American politics, European politics, quantitative methods

Lab Instructor (15-20 students per session)
2014-2017, Oxford University Q-Step Center, first year undergraduate course
Computer lab sessions on the use of R Studio for the quantitative methods component in politics, philosophy and economics (PPE) and history & politics

Exam revision
2016-2017 Individual sessions for students
Topics taught: developing effective learning and revision strategies, essay writing, managing exam stress

Teaching Materials
Lab resources for the use of R for political data analysis, first year undergraduate course