You can find a list of the courses I have taught or have been a teaching assistant for here.
Reflections on teaching
In the fall semester of 2014 I taught the Introduction to Calculus course. I was given the opportunity to employ a lot of the teaching techniques
I learned about in my Preparing Future Faculty Teaching Academy (PFFTA) training and develop my own teaching style. I compiled a document how I approached the class and why, which you can find
- William Kelso Morrill Award for Excellence in Mathematics (2016).
Apart from the classroom experience, here are a few things I have done to improve my teaching skills:
- Creating problem sets for the Johns Hopkins Calculus I PILOT learning program - a peer-led-team learning program.
- I graduated from the Preparing Future Faculty Teaching Academy. And here is the certificate!
- In Summer 2014 I participated in the Summer Teaching Institute.
- In Fall 2013 I attended the Eyes on Teaching workshop series.
- I organized JHU's "Math TA Lunches" for a semester, providing an opportunity to teaching assistants in mathematics to talk about their classroom experience and discuss problems and difficulties they might be facing.
- I am a member of CIRTL - The Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning.
- I created and graded the JHU Future scholars exam in 2012. The Future scholars program allows high school seniors to take university-level mathematics courses for Hopkins credits.
My Statement of Teaching Philosophy is available upon request.
I was given the great honor to be invited as one of the few faculty members to attend the Johns Hopkins High Table Dinner