Most of my teaching evolves around my research and especially different methods of social research and statistics. In my courses I make it a point to brake with traditional seminar settings of term papers and presentations. Instead, the courses usually follow the basic structure of the social research process such that students engage in different forms with the content and with each other, ensuring that they get the most out of the courses for their future careers, be it in academia or industry. I rigorously evaluate all my courses and my teaching has been awarded an Excellent Teaching Prize by the University of Bern.
This winter semester, I teach a simulation course for students with a minor in statistics at the LMU in Munich. A (preliminary) syllabus can be found here.