I lecture frequently at summer schools or short courses for graduate students in particle physics and in Fermilab's Saturday Morning Physics program.
My textbook, Gauge Theories of the Strong, Weak, and Electromagnetic Interactions, grew out of university courses that I give from time to time. This page lists materials prepared for recent courses.
"Mass, Electroweak Symmetry Breaking, and Physics at the Fermi Scale," from the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft School, Foundations of Quantum Physics, Bad Honnef, Germany, September 2008
"Introduction to the Standard Model of Particle Physics," from the Summer School on Theoretical High-Energy Physics and Cosmology, Paphos, Cyprus, July 2008
"Neutrinos in the Electroweak Theory," from the 2007 Summer School on Neutrino Physics, Fermilab
"Proton-Proton Collider Physics," from the 2005 XXXIII International Meeting On Fundamental Physics, Benasque (High Pyrenees), Aragon, Spain
"Particle Physics: The Standard Model," transparencies from my 2000 lectures for CERN summer students
"Beyond the Standard Model in Many Directions," lecture notes from the 2003 Latin-American School of High-Energy Physics, San Miguel Regla (Hidalgo) Mexico
"The Electroweak Theory," lecture notes from TASI 2000, Boulder
"Electroweak Symmetry Breaking and the Higgs Sector," lecture notes from the XXVII International Meeting on Fundamental Physics, Sierra Nevada (Granada), Spain, published in Acta Physica Polonica B30, 2145 (1999)
"Hadron Colliders, the Top Quark, and the Higgs Sector," four lectures from Advanced School on Electroweak Theory, Maó, Menorca (Spain), 16–22 June 1996
TASI 2000: Flavor Physics for the Millennium, Electroweak Theory
Exercises to accompany the Fermilab Academic Lectures, Four Memos for the Next Millennium, March 1995.