Teaching Experience

Instructor (Dartmouth College)

Math 3 (F17) Calculus
Math 54 (X16) Topology
Math 1 (F15) Calculus with Algebra

The course website for Math 3 is not publically available. However, I would be glad to discuss the active learning techniques used in the course.

I received the following awards for teaching at Dartmouth College:

Teaching Assistant (Dartmouth College)

Math 22 (S15) Linear Algebra with Applications
Math 11 (F14) Multivariable Calculus for Two-Term AP First-Year Students
Math 23 (W14) Differential Equations
Math 3 (F13) Introduction to Calculus

TA Discussion Group

With Drs. Alex Barnett and Dorothy Wallace, I facillitated the Fall 2017 TA Discussion Group for first- and second-year mathematics graduate students. We discussed issues that arise while serving as a teaching assistant, including issues of diversity, grading, and learning styles.

Introductory LaTeX Workshops, Fall 2016-present

Working with fellow graduate student Daryl DeFord and the Kresge Library mathematics librarian Katie Harding, we developed a series of workshops aimed at introducing mathematical typesetting in LaTeX. All workshop materials are accessible through the link above.

Starting in the Fall 2017 term, we will be working with Christian Darabos in Research Computing to offer an additional two 3-hour introductory sessions aimed at writing research articles in LaTeX.

Johns Hopkins University: Center for Talented Youth

Through the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth Science and Technology Series, Daryl DeFord and I developed and ran workshops for middle-school-aged students.
Binary, Bits, and BarcodesApril 2017
Modern CryptographyOctober 2014

Teaching Seminar, Summer 2015

I took part in a 6-week intensive course designed to expose graduate students in the math department to educational philosphosies and classroom techniques; helping us develop effective teaching practices by applying the techniques in a variety of situations. During the course, I:

All teaching experiences were observed by members of the Dartmouth faculty and feedback was given on each presentation.