## Teaching Experience

### At Yale University

(As a Gibbs Assistant Professor)Multivariable Calculus (Math 120 Section 8), Fall 2015

Multivariable Calculus (Math 120 Section 6), Fall 2015

Topics in Algebraic Geometry (Math 623), Spring 2015

Multivariable Calculus (Math 120 Section 7), Fall 2014

Multivariable Calculus (Math 120 Section 5), Fall 2014

### At the University of British Columbia

(As a Postdoctoral Research and Teaching Fellow)Integral Calculus (Math 101 Section 203), Winter 2014

Differential Calculus (Math 184), Summer 2013

Linear Systems (Math 152), Winter 2013

Linear Systems (Math 152), Winter 2012

### At the University of Michigan

(As a PhD Student in Mathematics)Instructor, Calculus I, Winter 2011

Grader, Algebraic Geometry I, Fall 2010

Grader, Algebraic Geometry II, Winter 2010

Instructor, Calculus II, Fall 2008

Instructor, Calculus I, Fall 2007

Instructor, Calculus I, Fall 2006

Instructor, Pre-calculus, Winter 2006

Instructor, Pre-calculus, Fall 2005

### At the National University of Colombia

(As a BS and MS Student in Mathematics)Instructor, Introduction to Analysis, 2004

Instructor, Mathematical Reasoning, 2003

Instructor, Linear Algebra, 2003

Teaching Assistant, Linear Algebra, 2002

Teaching Assistant, Geometry, 2001

## Math 101: Integral Calculus with Applications to Physical Sciences and Engineering

### University of British Columbia Winter 2014

Welcome! This page contains information relevant to Sections 202 and 203 of Math 101 (January to April 2014). For detailed information on goals and policies please visit the Homepage for all Sections of Math 101 mantained by our coordinator Professor Mark Mac Lean.

Instructor: Jose Gonzalez.

FINAL EXAM REVIEW: We will meet to review on Friday, April 18th. We have reserved the Room IBLC 182, in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre.

The room is reserved from 9am to 9pm so you are welcome to come and work along with your classmates during those times. The instructor will be in the room 10:30am-12:30am and 3:30pm-8:00pm.

The idea is mostly answering questions about the material to small groups of students. We might also solve a couple of problems on the board during the day.

Date: Friday, April 18th.

Room for review: Room IBLC 182, in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre.

Time room is reserved: 9am-9pm (the building is open eventhough it is a holiday).

Times with the instructor: 10:30am-12:30pm and 3:30pm-8:00pm.

Good Luck with your finals!!

Schedule and Room Info: | Section 202: | Class Schedule: MWF 10-11am | Room: Buchanan A103 |

Section 203: | Class Schedule: MWF 12-1pm | Room: LSK 201 |

Text: Calculus: Early Transcendentals 7th Edition by James Stewart.

Syllabus and Course Outline: | Our section's Syllabus. |

Course description and week by week outline. |

Grading Scheme: 50% Final Exam + 30% Midterm (Feb. 25th, 6-8pm) + 10% WebWork + 10% Section Work. Please note that grades may be scaled to ensure fairness across sections and that a student must score at least 40% on the final exam to pass the course.

WebWork: Weekly WebWork Assignments due at 8:00 a.m. on Fridays.

Section Work: Details will be explained during class time and posted on our section's website.

Office Hours (Tentative): | Monday 1-3pm | Room LSK 303D. |

Wednesday 1-3pm | Room LSK 303D. |

Extra Help: There is a Math Learning Centre in LSK 301 and 302. Graduate student TAs are there to help you during the day for free: Monday to Thursday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

REVIEW MIDTERM 1 FEBRUARY 20: | Theory | Exercises | Outline of Solutions |

Extra Info:

Learning Goals Math 101.

Past Final Exams.

This helps you calculate what grade you need to earn on the final.

Past Final Exams.

This helps you calculate what grade you need to earn on the final.

### Math 184 University of British Columbia Summer Term 1 2013 Section 922

Basic Information

Detailed Outline

The Weekly Online Homework

Power Point Lecture Slides provided for free for students by our textbook editor and copyright owner Pearson Education. Please download the Power Point presentations for "Calculus, Early Transcendentals, 1/e (Briggs/Cochran)" (Chapters 1-4 & 9) from that link, as they will be very useful for review.

PAST FINAL EXAMS

Suppplementary Notes from Social Science and Commerce:

ROOM FOR REVIEW

Detailed Outline

The Weekly Online Homework

Power Point Lecture Slides provided for free for students by our textbook editor and copyright owner Pearson Education. Please download the Power Point presentations for "Calculus, Early Transcendentals, 1/e (Briggs/Cochran)" (Chapters 1-4 & 9) from that link, as they will be very useful for review.

PAST FINAL EXAMS

SOLUTIONS TO OUR QUIZZES: | Solutions Quiz 1 | Solutions Quiz 2 | Solutions Quiz 3 | Solutions Quiz 4 |

Suppplementary Notes from Social Science and Commerce:

Notes on a Basic Business Problem |

Continuous Compound Interest |

Price Elasticity of Demand |

ROOM FOR REVIEW

### Math 152 University of British Columbia Winter Term 2 2013 Section 202

Basic Information

Detailed Outline

Learning Goals

NOTES by UBC Professors Richard Froese and Brian Wetton

Math 152 All Sections Homepage

The Weekly Online Homework

The Labs

This helps you calculate what grade you need to earn on the final.

Detailed Outline

Learning Goals

NOTES by UBC Professors Richard Froese and Brian Wetton

Math 152 All Sections Homepage

The Weekly Online Homework

The Labs

This helps you calculate what grade you need to earn on the final.

SOLUTIONS TO OUR MIDTERMS: | Solutions Midterm 1 | Solutions Midterm 2 | |

SOLUTIONS TO OUR QUIZZES: | Solutions Quiz 1 | Solutions Quiz 2 | Solutions Quiz 3 |

Resistor Networks Handout: | Resistor Networks |

### Math 152 University of British Columbia Winter Term 2 2012 Section 202

Basic Information

Detailed Outline

Learning Goals

NOTES by UBC Professors Richard Froese and Brian Wetton

Math 152 All Sections Homepage

The Weekly Homework (with solutions to the old homework)

The Labs

Detailed Outline

Learning Goals

NOTES by UBC Professors Richard Froese and Brian Wetton

Math 152 All Sections Homepage

The Weekly Homework (with solutions to the old homework)

The Labs

**Notes from March 15**. These are the notes of a student in our class. They include Problems 1, 2 and 3 worked out during class, and also Problems 4 and 5 worked out during office hours.^{th}in-class review sectionSOLUTIONS TO OUR MIDTERMS: | Solutions Midterm 1 | Solutions Midterm 2 |

### Math 105 University of Michigan Spring 2011 Section 101

This is the course homepage.

This contains the relevant information for our class.

This is the detailed syllabus for this class.

This is a link to the gateway website.

This is a link to the homework website.

This helps you calculate what grade you need to earn on the final.

This contains the relevant information for our class.

This is the detailed syllabus for this class.

This is a link to the gateway website.

This is a link to the homework website.

This helps you calculate what grade you need to earn on the final.

Solutions to our quizzes: | Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 | Quiz 3 | Quiz 4 |

### Math 115 University of Michigan Winter 2011 Section 9

This is the course homepage.

This is the detailed syllabus for our section.

This is a possible cover sheet for the team homework.

This is the list of the individual homework and the team homework for this semester.

This is a link to the individual homework website.

This helps you calculate what grade you need to earn on the final.

This is the detailed syllabus for our section.

This is a possible cover sheet for the team homework.

This is the list of the individual homework and the team homework for this semester.

This is a link to the individual homework website.

This helps you calculate what grade you need to earn on the final.

Solutions to our quizzes: | Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 | Quiz 3 | Quiz 4 | Quiz 5 |

Quiz 6 | Quiz 7 | Quiz 8 | Quiz 9 | Quiz 10 |