My teaching philosophy focuses on helping students to develop critical thinking skills and understand social issues from a global and comparative perspective, and facilitating them to learn through practices.

I have taught undergraduate sociology courses in the Department of Sociology at the University of Connecticut. See my sample syllabus for the writing course Introduction to Sociology.

I also taught graduate level statistics labs at the University of Connecticut and University of Toronto, focusing on categorical data analysis and causal inference in social science research. See some of my Stata do files that I have used in my lab lecture (How to compute OLS coefficients; Missing data simulation).