At the University of Wisconsin-Madison I've taught as teaching assistant at both the undergraduate and graduate level. In addition, I have taught guest lectures in the PhD computational economics class on how to solve heterogeneous agent models efficiently in continuous time. Below you can find links to all of my teaching material.
Computational Economics: Solving Heterogeneous Agent Models in Continuous Time. Guest Lectures (2018, 2019)
Teaching Assistant: (with links to material)
Undergraduate Derivatives, Futures, and Options (Wisconsin School of Business) 2015 & 2016