My teaching portfolio contains tutorials and lectures with 1 to 500 students, in microeconomics, mathematical economics, and game theory. Depending on the institutions I used very different teaching methods, from lecture style tutorials and online quizzes at Saarland University, to small scale discussion groups and mandatory homework at Oxford University, to the Problem-Based-Learning approch at Maastricht University. During my classes and tutorials I combine mathematical rigor with economic applications and interpretation, so that students learn to analyze, formalize, and abstractly solve everyday problems. I always give my students the opportunity to discuss problems in office hours so as to assure a good learning environment.
On the subsequent sites you can find a list of tutorials, classes, and lectures I have given.