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Not a class, yet some sort of educational experience (I hope), are the over-lunch weekly knot theory meetings of Knot at Lunch.

Academic year of 2019-2020: Sabbatical! Yet,

- Knots and Quantum Groups: Theory and Computations without Representations (Geneva, mid April through late May, 2020).

- Informal Summer Class on Homology (Toronto).
- Math 257 - Analysis II (all year, Toronto).
- Math 1350 - Algebraic Knot Theory (spring term, Toronto).

- Math 1750 - Shameless Mathematica (spring term, Toronto).
- Math 475 - Problem Solving Seminar (spring term, Toronto).
- Math 344 - Introduction to Combinatorics (fall term, Toronto).

- Math 475 - Problem Solving Seminar (spring term, Toronto).
- Math 240 - Algebra I (fall term, Toronto).
- Math 1100 - Core Algebra I (fall term, Toronto).

- Math 1350 - Algebraic Knot Theory (spring term, Toronto).
- On sabbatical, fall term.

- (u, v, and w knots) x (topology, combinatorics, low algebra, and high algebra) (summer, Aarhus).
- On sabbatical, spring term.
- Math 240 - Algebra I (fall term, Toronto).
- Math 267 - Advanced Ordinary Differential Equations (fall term, Toronto).

- The wClips Seminar (a class / seminar / experiment, spring term, Toronto).
- Math 1100 - Core Algebra I (fall term, Toronto).

- Math 327 - Introduction to Topology (fall term, Toronto).
- Math 1100 - Core Algebra I (fall term, Toronto).

- Summer Class on Homology (Accra, Ghana).
- Math 240 - Algebra 1 (fall term, Toronto).
- Math 1350 - Algebraic Knot Theory (fall term, Toronto).

Academic year of 2007-2008 (Toronto):

- Math 401 - Polynomial Equations and Fields (spring term).
- Math 1300 - Geometry and Topology (all year).

Academic year of 2006-2007 (Toronto):

- Math 401 - Polynomial Equations and Fields (spring term)
- Math 1352 - Algebraic Knot Theory (spring term)
- Math 240 - Algebra 1 (fall term)
- Math 1350 - Algebraic Knot Theory (fall term)

Academic year of 2005-2006 (Toronto):

- Math 1300Y/427S - Topology (all year/spring)

Academic year of 2004-2005 (Toronto):

- Math 157 - Analysis I (all year)
- Math 1300Y/427S - Topology (all year/spring)

Academic year of 2003-2004 (Toronto):

- Math 157 - Analysis I (all year)
- Math 1350F - Knot Theory (fall term)

Academic year of 2001-2002 (Jerusalem):

- Seminar on Knot Theory (spring term)
- Fundamental Concepts in Algebraic Topology (spring term)
- Knots and Feynman Diagrams (fall term)

Academic year of 2000-2001 (Jerusalem):

- Linear Algebra for Engineering (2) (spring term)
- Knot Theory (spring term)
- Fundamental Concepts in Differential Geometry (fall term)

Academic year of 1998-1999 (Jerusalem):

- Classical and Quantum Mechanics for Mathematicians (spring term): An introduction to classical and quantum mechanics suitable for math majors and M.Sc. students, following my own notes. Syllabus: Syllabus.jpg (Hebrew), Introduction: QuantumParticleInHarmonicOscillator.pdf.
- Linear Algebra (2) (spring term): A second semester linear algebra class following Amitzur's book, taught along with Aner Shalev and Eliyahu Rips. Very similar to 2000-01: Linear Algebra for Engineering (2).
- Advanced Infinitesimal Calculus (fall term): A course for second-year math majors on multi-variable calculus using the language of differential forms, mostly following my own notes. Syllabus: Syllabus.gif (Hebrew), Pensieve.

Academic year of 1997-1998 (Jerusalem):

- Three Dimensional Manifolds (spring term): An introduction to Ohtsuki's theory of finite type invariants of three dimensional manifolds, following my own notes. Syllabus: Syllabus.jpg (Hebrew), Pensieve.
- M.Sc. Mathematical Workshop (spring term): A guided M.Sc.-level problem solving class. Assignments: 1.ps, 2.ps, 3.ps, 6.ps, 7.ps, 8.ps.
- Advanced Infinitesimal Calculus (fall term): A course for second-year math majors on multi-variable calculus using the language of differential forms, mostly following my own notes. Syllabus: Syllabus.gif (Hebrew).
- Knots and Lie Algebras (fall term): An undergraduate seminar (where each students gives a class) on the relationship between Lie algebras and finite type knot invariants. Syllabus: Syllabus.jpg (Hebrew).

Academic year of 1996-1997 (Jerusalem):

- Ordinary Differential Equations for Talpiot (fall term). Syllabus: Sylab.jpg (Hebrew).
- Advanced Infinitesimal Calculus for Physicists (fall term). Syllabus: Sylab.jpg (Hebrew).
- Classical and Quantum Mechanics for Mathematicians (all year).

Academic year of 1995-1996 (Jerusalem):

- Knot Theory (spring term).
- Introduction to Topology (fall term).
- Topology Seminar on the Alexander Polynomial (fall term).
- Ordinary Differential Equations for Physicists (fall term).

Academic year of 1994-1995 (Harvard):

- Math 1a - Calculus (fall term).
- Math 273a - Knot Theory as an Excuse (fall term).
- Math 273b - Knot Theory as an Excuse (spring term).