Puaschunder, J.M. (2019). Climate wealth of nations. Guest lecture in Practice Capstone Project: Model G-20. The New School, New York, New York, United States, September 11.
Nominated Orientation Instructor for the University’s fall academic orientation for incoming first-year students, Experience + Meaning, Preparation of Success Guest Teacher, Fall 2019, The New School, New York.
‘Economics of the Environment,’ Spring 2018, Environmental Studies, School of Public Engagement and International Affairs, The New School, New York.
2017 Nomination for Award for Outstanding Achievements in Social Justice Teaching, Provost at The New School
‘Lab for Economics in International Affairs,’ Fall 2017, The New School Milano School for International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy, New York.
‘BehavioralEconomics and the Public Good,’ Fall 2017, The New School University College, New York.
‘Introduction to Political Economy,’ Spring 2017, The New School University College, New York.
‘Behavioral Economics: Behavioral Approaches to Public Administration (BAPA)‘ Spring 2017, The New School University College, New York.
‘The 2016 Presidential Election in the United States: Clinton versus Trump,’ Fall 2016, The New School for Social Research, Department of Politics, New York.
‘Strategic Design and Management in New Economies,’ Research Assistant, Fall 2016, Parsons School of Design, Strategic Design and Management Program, The New School, New York.
‘Introduction to Political Economy,’ Fall 2016, Parsons School of Design, Strategic Design and Management Program, The New School, New York.
‘Economics and Politics of Global Warming,’ Teaching Assistant, Spring 2015, The New School University College, New York.
Teaching evaluations synopsis
Based on 17 course evaluations over the time span from the Fall 2016 semester to the Spring 2021 semester, a teaching profile was generated derived from 187 responding survey takers of a total of 306 students ranging for a period of 10 semesters or 5 years.
Questionnaire: The survey was based on 17 standardized evaluation report provided by The New School. All questionnaires were provided online by The New School to all students of Julia Puaschunder at the end of a semester of teaching. The questionnaires featured open-ended questions, which helped to collect free associations on Julia Puaschunder and her interaction with students throughout an entire semester in a challenging educational environment of New York. All data was collected anonymous and the teacher could never derive information about the individual student identity in relation to the specific free associations.
Data Collection: In total, 306 former students of Julia Puaschunder were given the possibility to answer the standardized evaluation questionnaires. Each questionnaire featured 5 to 45 questions. In total, 354 questions served as pool of information on free associations about Julia Puaschunder, her teaching and the classroom experience with her after a semester of teaching.
Results: The results are based on a categorization of free associations on Julia Puaschunder’s teaching. The 187 responding survey taker respondents had in total 403 free associations that captured the character of the instructor and her teaching credentials. On average a person had two associations (m=2.155). To verify the content of the associations, a category system was created by an iterative content analysis.
Julia Puaschunder is renowned for excellence (f=54; 13.40%) featuring distinct teaching (f=38; 9.43%) that is inspirational (f=32; 7.94%). Julia Puaschunder is considered as effective leader (f=28; 6.95%), who is enthusiastic and dedicated to students (f=48; 11.91%). Julia is seen as amazing (f=12; 2.98%), kind (f=14; 3.47%) as well as organized and well-prepared (f=15; 3.72%). Julia is captured as great (f=10; 2.48%) and her teaching useful (f=8; 1.99%). Comments are positive about her communication skills (f=4; 0.99%), being likeable (f=8; 1.99%), fantastic (f=3; 0.74%) and down-to-earth approachable (f=3; 0.74%).
The class room experience with Julia Puaschunder is described as joyful featuring meaningful learning experiences (f=39; 9.68%). The classes report a collegial group experience (f=21; 5.21%) with helpful knowledge transfer (f=22; 5.46%). Her teaching is flexible with adjustment to her environment (f=4; 0.99%), has productive output (f=2; 0.50%) and arises gratefulness (f=5; 1.24%).
She is advised to be more assertive (f=8; 1.99%) and seen to have empathy and respect towards others (f=6; 1.49%) and compassionate care for others (f=19; 4.71%).
The absolute and relative frequencies of the associations on Julia Puaschunder are exhibited in Graph 1 and Graph 2.
Graph 1: Absolute frequencies of free association categories on Julia Puaschunder’s teaching
Graph 2: Relative frequencies of free association categories on Julia Puaschunder’s teaching in percent