At Guangxi University, Prof. Goodale has taught “Principles of Ecology” (Spring 2015), which was open to undergraduates university-wide, and co-taught “Advances in Ecology and Conservation” (Fall 2015) for College of Forestry undergraduates as well as "Biological statistics and data analysis” for College of Forestry graduate students (Spring 2016). In Fall 2017, he taught “Experimental design and statistics” for College of Forestry graduate students.

Earlier courses taught:

At the University of San Diego:

  • Environmental Biology (Spring 2012)
  • The Biology of Organisms (Fall 2010)
  • Senior Seminar (Fall 2009)

At the University of California, San Diego:

  • Introduction to Organismic and Evolutionary Biology (Fall 2010, Fall 2011)

At the University of New Haven:

  • Ecology with Laboratory (Fall 2008; undergraduate and graduate tracks)

At the University of Massachusetts, Amherst

  • Biology of Social Issues (Fall 2008; co-taught)

Fieldcourses participated in:

  • Advanced Course in Ecology and Conservation at Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (participated in 1.5 month course in 2012, 2013, 2014, giving lectures in bird ecology and statistics).
  • Workshops in Statistics and Experimental Design (1-3 day workshops held at University of Colombo, University of Papua New Guinea, 2007-2009).