I currently teach moral philosophy/ethics and political philosophy.
I have previously taught much history of philosophy, focusing on moral philosophy, as well as modern ethical theories at both beginner’s and continuation levels, for philosophers as well as other groups.
In the eyes of the students, I am likely primarily the teacher who draws – sometimes live on the whiteboard, otherwise at PowerPoint.
However, I also hope to be the teacher who makes ethical theories fully comprehensible.
I often point out how the great moral philosophy schools relate to our usual, pre-theoretic thinking about ethics.
It may be tempting to highlight extreme traits of the theories, both for the entertainment value and for students to be able to tell them apart more easily, but it ultimately damages understanding.