Teaching

My teaching statement.

Course materials. 

Elementary number theory videos. In the Fall 2012 semester, Professor Steve Doty and I collaborated on a “flipped” number theory course. Lectures took the form of videos that the students could watch at their leisure. Class time was spent instead with students presenting proofs or working problems in groups. Steve and I generated a lot of course material during this time, most of which can be found on the Math 201-Elementary number theory page.

Previous courses.

Spring 2017. Math 212-Linear algebra, Math 131-Applied Calc I.

Fall 2016. Math 263-Calc III, Math 118-Precalc II.

Spring 2016. Math 212-Linear Algebra, Math 118-Precalc I.

Fall 2015. H204E-Mathemusical Thought, Math 132-Applied Calculus II.

Spring 2015. Math 131-Applied Calculus I, Math 132-Applied Calculus II, Math 162-Calculus II.

Fall 2014. H204E-Mathemusical Thought, Math 131-Applied Calculus I.

Spring 2014. Math 318/418-Combinatorics, Math 132-Applied Calculus I, Math 162-Calculus II.

Fall 2013. Math 131-Applied Calculus I, Math 162-Calculus II.

Spring 2013. Math 131-Applied Calculus I, Math 132-Applied Calculus II.

Fall 2012. Math 132-Applied Calculus II, Math 201-Number Theory.

Spring 2012. Math 132-Applied Calculus II, Math 201-Number Theory.

Fall 2011.  Math 100-Intermediate Algebra, Math 131-Applied Calculus, and Stat 103-Fundamentals of Statistics.

 

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