I've had various teaching responsibilities at Oxford University. I've taught tutorials on Brazilian politics, and quantitative methods labs with mini lectures for second-year undergraduates on the PPE (Philosophy, Politics and Economics) course. In case you fancy dabbling in statistics, a lot of the PPE methods teaching material is available on this Q-Step website, where the staff and scholars also maintain somewhat sarcastic short bios, and occasionally blog about making sense of numbers.
These days I lecture on the Politics of Policymaking course, which is one of the Masters in Public Policy core courses. This year I'm also designing a month-long simulation about Covid-19 responses.