Madeleine E. G. Parker
PhD Candidate, University of California Berkeley
City Planning 114, Introduction to Urban and Regional Transportation (Summer 2022)
This course introduces students to key transportation concepts. As one of two lead instructors, I designed and led classes via Zoom for 50 students.
City Planning 201B, Planning Methods Gateway: Part II (Spring 2022)
This course is the second semester in our Master's student methods sequence. As lead instructor for the quantitative half of the course, I designed course materials and instructed 55 students in introductory econometrics and survey methods. I worked with three teaching assistants, who led labs in Python.
City Planning 130, U.S. Housing: Planning and Policy (Summer 2021)
This course introduces students to U.S. housing and policy. This was the first time the department offered the course, and I designed the course syllabus and materials. As lead instructor, I led classes and facilitated discussion via Zoom for 17 students.
Graduate Student Instructor
City Planning 201A, Planning Methods Gateway: Part I (Fall 2020)
This course is the first semester in our Master's student methods sequence. As graduate student instructor, I led two weekly lab sections in Python and QGIS.
City Planning 110, Introduction to City Planning (Summer 2021)
City Planning 114, Introduction to Urban and Regional Transportation (Summer 2020)