I served as an Intern for the Mind Social Sciences Core Sequence at the University of Chicago (more info about the College Core here) for Autumn 2014 (with Professor Martha McClinktock), Winter 2015 (with Professor Daniel Casasanto), and Spring 2015 (with Professor Leslie Kay). In Winter 2016 I taught my own section of Mind.
In addition, I was a TA for Introduction to Human Development (with Professor Rick Shweder) in Fall 2015, the required introductory course for Comparative Human Development majors.
Finally, I served as a Teaching Assistant for Applied Statistics in Human Development Research (with Professor Guanglei Hong) for Fall 2015 and Fall 2016. This is a mixed graduate/undergraduate introductory statistics course. In addition to grading homeworks and assignments, I led a weekly lab session where I reviewed course material and taught the students to use Stata. Download a sample lecture here (on degrees of freedom and bivariate analysis) and here (on one-way ANOVA).