Graduate students at Georgia State University teach the introductory Astronomy labs. I was responible to 1-3 class sections a semester ranging from 10 to 24 students. I taught and graded their labs each week. Labs included learning the phases of the moon, guessing the element from the spectral lines seen, etc. The labs were 2 hours for each section. In addition to this, in 2017, I became lab coordinator. I was responible to setting up the Astronomy lab website each semester for the students to use. I also scheduled each semester, organizing the other graduate students to figure out who would be teaching when and how many sections each graduate student would have to teach.
I worked as a teaching assistant for an astronomy data analysis undergraduate class in my final year at Ohio State. My work consisted mostly of helping to grade homeworks and exams.
I worked as a tutor for the general introductory physics classes at Ohio State University. This was a position offered by the physics department and comprised of helping students with their homework and understanding concepts.