Teaching

No man can reveal to you aught but that which already lies half asleep in the dawning of your knowledge, Khalil Gibran, “The Prophet”, 1923

If he is indeed wise he does not bid you enter the house of his wisdom, but rather leads you to the threshold of your own mind, Khalil Gibran, “The Prophet”, 1923

 

TEACHING & STUDENT SUPERVISION

Training Certificate, Curriculum Resource Center, Central European University

1. “Start to Teach” one day training at Utrecht University, 10 November, 2016

2. Teaching in Higher Education 1: Key Teaching Skills, which included training sessions, individual assignments and a teaching simulation. The main areas of the training included seminar and lecturing skills, course design, teaching methods and student assessment. December 2006.

Master Thesis Supervision

Supervised Master Thesis research of 12 international students at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; co-supervised 1 student at UNESCO-IHE in Delft (with Joyeeta Gupta), 1 student at Freie Universitat Berlin (with Miranda Schreurs), and 2 students at ADA University. Currently co-supervising 17 master students’ Capstone project at ADA University.

Teaching at ADA University, Azerbaijan

-Master’s Course “Ethics in Public Affairs” (Spring 2016)
-Bachelor’s Course “Sustainable Development” (Spring 2016)
-Master’s Course “Policy Analysis and Program Evaluation” (Spring 2015)
-Master’s Course “Global Environmental Governance” (Spring 2015)
-Bachelor Course “Global Environmental Political Economy” (Spring 2015)
-Master’s Course “Sustainable Development” (Fall 2015)
-Bachelor Course “Research Methods” (Fall 2014; Fall 2015)
-Master’s Course “Introduction to Public Policy” (Fall 2014)
-Bachelor’s Course “World and Azerbaijani Geography” (Spring 2014, 3 sections)

Teaching at Tbilisi State University, Georgia

Master’s Course on “Policy Analysis and Sustainable Development”, Tbilisi State University, Institute for European Studies, (January 20 – 26, 2014)

Teaching at Central European University, Hungary

Teaching Assistant for Master courses “Water Resources Management” and “Geographic Information Systems” (2005/2006)