Sean G. Carver's Teaching and Course Development
Basic Statistics: American University, 2014-2016.
- Instructor on record for nine sections: [Fall 2014][Spring 2015][Summer 2015][Fall 2015][Spring 2016][Summer 2016][Fall 2016][Spring 2017][Summer 2017XB][Summer 2017XD][Fall 2017 (three sections)][Spring 2018 (two sections)][Fall 2018 (three sections)][Spring 2019 (two sections)][Spring 2020 (two sections)].
Basic Statistics, Soc/Poly: American University, 2016.
- Instructor on record for one section: [Fall 2016].
Basic Statistics with Calculus: American University, 2016.
Introduction to Statistical Computing and Modeling: American University, 2017.
- Instructor on record for one section: [Spring 2017].
Applied Calculus. American University, 2014-2015.
- Instructor on record for six sections: [Spring 2014][Summer 2014][Spring 2015][Fall 2015][Summer 2018].
Calculus III: American University, 2017
- Instructor on record for one section: [Summer 2017XD].
Elementary Mathematical Models. American University, 2013-2016.
Electronics and Instrumentation, The Johns Hopkins University, Spring 2013.
- Taught entire course. Supervised 3 TA's.
Freshman Experiences: Matlab and Pendula, The Johns Hopkins University, Fall 2012.
- Delivered one lecture (click title for notes).
Computational Analysis of Stochastic Processes. The Johns Hopkins University, Spring 2012.
- Developed course, but course canceled due to insufficient enrollment.
Locomotion, The Johns Hopkins University, Fall 2011.
- I was the Teaching Assistant. Graded homework and assisted students with course projects. Course taught by Prof. Noah Cowan.
Modeling and Identifying Neural Systems, The Johns Hopkins University, Spring 2009.
- Developed and taught entire course.
Neural Circuits and Behavior, The Johns Hopkins University, Fall 2008
- Assisted with instruction.
Locomotion Control, The Johns Hopkins University, Spring 2008
- Guest lecturer for three classes (March-April). Prepared and graded one homework set. Course taught by Professor Noah Cowan.
Topics in Motor Control, The University of Maryland, Spring 2006
- Informal teaching assistant to Professor John Jeka. I gave three weeks of lectures and created and graded three homework sets.
Calculus II for Engineers, Cornell University, Spring 1997
- Teaching assistant for three sections of a class taught by Professor Alfred Schatz.
- Beyond my official duties, I helped develop a lengthy study guide for my students. (See parts 1; 2; and 3a and 3b). Though, in the guide, I credited Don Allers as the author, I more than doubled the length of his document and substantially improved the exposition.
- Bayesian Filtering
- Model Selection
- Using Mediawiki in the Classsroom
- Dynamic Documents and Word Clouds
- Regression Lab in StatCrunch
- Data: AU_neighborhood_house_prices AND AU_IQ_Scores AND IQ_Scores_and_Coffee.
Ongoing Course Development
- Labs for Stat 202 (2020S)
- Labs for Stat 203 (2019F)
- Discussion of Stat 370
- Stat 370: What went well, what could be done better (2017S)
The Data Professor's Guides
I am working on typing up my class notes for STAT 202 (Basic Statistics) into something that I hope will replace the textbook. This work is discussed here.