My teaching interests thematically fall into the fields of International Relations and Comparative Politics. I am also interested in teaching research design, quantitative method, and basic game theory course. At Florida State University I had an opportunity to develop and teach four undergraduate courses in the last three years. I am still only a beginning teacher, but from the experiences of teaching as a private math tutor (1999-2002), military officer taking charge of troop education (2003-2005), and course instructor at Florida State University (2009-2013), I could take my own teaching philosophy into shape. I believe different courses require different approaches for each, such as understanding of basic concepts of subject matters, developing critical thinking skills, actual practicing and interaction with instructors, and active discussion.
CPO 3520 Emerging Democracy in Northeast Asia , 2012 fall, 2012 summer, 2012 spring, 2011 spring, 2010 fall (course evaluation).
INR 3933 International Development, 2013 spring, 2012 fall, 2011 fall (course evaluation).
POS 3713 Research Methods in Political Science, 2010 summer (course evaluation).
INR 2002 Introduction to International Relations, 2011 fall, 2011 summer, 2010 summer, 2009 summer (course evaluation).
POS 4715 Political Game Theory, Professor HeeMin Kim, 2011
POS 4715 Political Game Theory, Professor Jens Grosser, 2008-2010
POS 3713 Research Methods in Political Science, Professor David Siegel, 2008
POS 3713 Research Methods in Political Science, Professor Christopher Reenock, 2008
POS 3713 Research Methods in Political Science, Professor Ray Block, 2006-2008