I see teaching as a central part of the philosopher's calling. I have an experience in teaching on the graduate, undergraduate, and high school level since I was a graduate student myself. In addition I have completed my teaching certificate in Beit Berl college.
On the undergraduate and graduate level, I taught courses in a wide variety of philosophical subjects. These include philosophy of science, political philosophy, philosophy of military intelligence, philosophy of medicine, philosophy of biology, and philosophy of education. I have also taught many related courses in the humanities: literature, history of communications, and critical thinking.
On the high school level, I have taught in philosophy programs for gifted students. I am an instructor in the Mindscape program at the University of Haifa. I advised high school students who write a BA-level thesis in the humanities. These included a psychoanalytical analysis of James' The Turn of the Screw, the aesthetics of the grotesque in Dante's Inferno, and more. The first won the 'best thesis' award in 2018.
For my teaching record, see my CV.