Sean G. Carver's Teaching and Course Development
Calculus II, Cornell University, Spring 1997
Teaching assistant for three sections of a class taught by Professor Alfred Schatz. Beyond my official duties, I developed a lengthy written study guide for the students. The study guide, created by greatly expanding a template written by a previous TA, Don Allers, continued to be used by Cornell Calculus professors for at least several years after the class.
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.
Locomotion Control, The Johns Hopkins University, Spring 2008
Guest lecturer for three classes (March-April). Will prepare and grade one homework set. Course taught by Professor Noah Cowan.
Modeling and Identifying Neural Systems, The Johns Hopkins University, Spring 2009.
Developed and taught entire course.