I have had the privilege of gaining teaching experience in a wide variety of settings, roles and with a diverse body of students. Here are three of my favorite experiences: at Lancaster University I taught the introductory microeconomics module with 781 students. Students were first-year undergrads, with most majoring in management, marketing or in social science fields. At Princeton University I once was the teaching assistant (“preceptor”) for the first-year Ph.D. class in macroeconomics assisting Chris Sims. And now, at ETH Zürich, I co-teach a class which introduces engineering and science students to intellectual property law and econ. There, I let students  interactively play economics games on their smartphones using the open source software oTree.