Microeconomics 2 (CentER) (Spring 2019)
This graduate course is an introduction to both cooperative and non-cooperative game theory for Research Master students. I taught tutorials, helped create assignments (and graded them).
Seminar Labor Economics (Spring 2019)
This graduate course covers selected topics in labor economics. I helped with grading, administrative work, and chaired student presentations during tutorials.
Microeconomics: Theory and Analysis (Fall 2017)
This undergraduate course covers decisions under uncertainty, intertemporal decision-making, basics of game theory, as well as some behavioral economics. I taught tutorials and graded assignments.
Microeconomics: Information Economics (Fall 2015, 2016, 2017)
This undergraduate course (formerly known as Microeconomics 4 for EBE/ECO) covers the basics of game theory, moral hazard, adverse selection, screening, signalling, auctions, and matching. I taught tutorials, graded assignments, and in 2016 I suggested incorporating a challenge quiz (info here) into the curriculum. I created a set of additional problems for students to practice (2016), and recorded video lectures to supplement compulsory reading (2017).
Economics (Summer 2017)
I designed and taught a general introduction to economics course for the Summer Academy Discover. The course consisted of 6 lectures (90 min each) and was taught in English. A detailed syllabus, in-class student evaluations, and a zip file with interactive activities is available below.
To cater to my students' interests, I replaced two topics from lecture 4 (absolute/relative advantage and the Heckscher-Ohlin model) with a discussion of tipping points and the fishery model from environmental economics. This is not reflected in the syllabus, and there are no materials available for these topics.
Reference available on request.
Game Theory (Summer 2016)
I designed and taught a game theory course at the Summer Academy Discover. The course consisted of 6 lectures (90 min each) and was taught in Czech. A detailed syllabus (in English), in-class student evaluation summary and a zip file with interactive activities (in Czech) available below. Reference available on request.
Experimental Economics (Summer 2015)
I designed and taught a course on experimental economics at the Summer Academy Discover. The course consisted of 6 lectures (90 min each) and was taught in Czech. A detailed syllabus (in English), in-class student evaluation summary and a zip file with interactive activities (in Czech) available below. Reference available on request.
2019 - I. Kerkers, A. M. Stanescu, L. van Vliet, E. van Houwelingen
2018 - I. Bedo, R. Keranova
2017 - R. Hekerman, A. O. Arellano
Tilburg University Teaching Lunch Workshops (Spring 2019)
Workshops on i) the best practices in writing assignments design, ii) assessment of group assignments, and iii) assessment of student presentations. Certificates of completion available below.
Tilburg University Teaching Lunch Workshops (Winter 2017/2018)
Workshops on the following teaching tools: Turnitin (online peer grading of assignments), MyMediaSite (creation of video lectures), PresentersWall (facilitates interaction in large classrooms). A certificate of completion (in Dutch) available below.
Tilburg University Supervision Training (February 2017)
A workshop on how to supervise a bachelor or master thesis. A certificate of completion* available below.
Tilburg University Teacher Training (October 2016, January 2017, September 2017)
An introduction to university teaching for new PhD students. Both theoretical and practical. Topics covered include class planning, teaching styles, feedback, motivating students, problems in class, plagiarism policy, and grading and grade inspections.
Summer School on Emotion-Based Self-Defense for Teachers (August 2016)
A sequence of six workshops on inner stability, assertiveness, voice control, and authority. Practical exercises on dealing with stressful situations, problematic students, or conflicts in class. Certificates of accomplishment* available on request. Website here.
University Teaching 101 (Spring 2014)
An online Coursera course offered by the Johns Hopkins University. Certificate of accomplishment* available below.
* Note that these certificates use my maiden name, Habětínová.