teaching

Certificates and Awards
Courses Taught (as Instructor of Record, Duke)
  • Math 111L Calculus 1 (differentiation and beginnings of integration); Spring 2016
  • Math 111L Calculus 1 (differentiation and beginnings of integration); Fall 2014
        Duties
  • Assigning all (including final) grades
  • Planning/writing and giving all lectures
  • Writing and grading midterms and quizzes
  • Managing one grader and two teaching assistants
  • Office hours
  • Designing course policies
  • Since these were both block courses, there was a course coordinator who determined the topics for the course. 
    • Attending weekly meetings with course coordinate and other instructors. 
    • Grading part of the block final. 
Courses Assisted (as teaching assistant, at University of Pennsylvania's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences)
  • ESE 412 Applied Dynamical Systems; instructor Rob Ghrist; Fall 2012
Coursework (at Duke)
  • Math 771: Graduate Teaching Seminar
  • GS 760: College Teaching and Visual Communication
  • GS 767: College Teaching, Diverse Learners and Contentious Issues
Teaching Observations
  • Have been observed by and received feedback from Math Professors of the Practice (2 times)
  • Have been observed by and received feedback from graduate students instructors from other departments (2 times)
  • Have observed and given feedback to graduate students instructors from other departments (2 times)
Diversity-related Training
  • Main focus of coursework in GS 767: College Teaching, Diverse Learners and Contentious Issues
  • Part of coursework in Math 771: Graduate Teaching Seminar
  • Attended Duke Responsible Conduct in Research Forum: Implicit Bias (2 hour workshop). January 2015.
Service
  • Graduate student member of Duke Calculus Committee, 2016-present