Makes you look ridiculous when you click on the syllabus and it's your advisor's syllabus. Grading papers and jotting down 5 discussion questions each week does not count as teaching a class.
Listing TA roles as "courses taught" and tacitly implying you taught the class

Is conference presentation "invited talks"? Technically, you are "invited" to "talk", right?
Wow, are you in high school?
Conference presentation: someone organizes a conference and circulates a call for papers. You send in your paper/abstract. They select you. You give a conference presentation.
Invited presentation: someone organizes a conference (could also be smaller scale: research seminar etc). They email YOU SPECIFICALLY to ask whether you would like to give a presentation/ (keynote) lecture etc. You accept. You give an invited presentation.
Not hard to understand right?

Is conference presentation "invited talks"? Technically, you are "invited" to "talk", right?
Wow, are you in high school?
Conference presentation: someone organizes a conference and circulates a call for papers. You send in your paper/abstract. They select you. You give a conference presentation.
Invited presentation: someone organizes a conference (could also be smaller scale: research seminar etc). They email YOU SPECIFICALLY to ask whether you would like to give a presentation/ (keynote) lecture etc. You accept. You give an invited presentation.
Not hard to understand right?Someone organized a panel in APSA and emailed me to join, and I accepted. That's "invited talks" right?

Is conference presentation "invited talks"? Technically, you are "invited" to "talk", right?
Wow, are you in high school?
Conference presentation: someone organizes a conference and circulates a call for papers. You send in your paper/abstract. They select you. You give a conference presentation.
Invited presentation: someone organizes a conference (could also be smaller scale: research seminar etc). They email YOU SPECIFICALLY to ask whether you would like to give a presentation/ (keynote) lecture etc. You accept. You give an invited presentation.
Not hard to understand right?Someone organized a panel in APSA and emailed me to join, and I accepted. That's "invited talks" right?
Don't be such a gaylord.

Is conference presentation "invited talks"? Technically, you are "invited" to "talk", right?
Wow, are you in high school?
Conference presentation: someone organizes a conference and circulates a call for papers. You send in your paper/abstract. They select you. You give a conference presentation.
Invited presentation: someone organizes a conference (could also be smaller scale: research seminar etc). They email YOU SPECIFICALLY to ask whether you would like to give a presentation/ (keynote) lecture etc. You accept. You give an invited presentation.
Not hard to understand right?Someone organized a panel in APSA and emailed me to join, and I accepted. That's "invited talks" right?
of course you can call it invited talks. make sure put that in yuor cv

Seven pages of puffedup nonsense makes you look ridiculous and immature, not impressive. Yes young ABD, we do see through the fact that you list "Publications" without noting that none of these are peerreviewed, that half of your fellowships and grants are travel funding from your grad program, and your section of "Relevant Travel" just tells me how rich your parents were, not how worldly you are.
We know that you're just getting started. It's okay. I'd rather read your honest 23 page CV than try to decipher page after page of misrepresentations.