## Teaching Experience

- Spring 2022: Instructor for MATH 1272 – Calculus 2
- Fall 2021: TA for MATH 2243 – Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
- Fall 2019: TA for MATH 2243 – Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
- Spring 2019: TA for MATH 2243 – Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
- Fall 2018: TA for MATH 1271 – Calculus 1

Previously, I graded for the following courses at UC Berkeley.

- Spring 2015: Math 113 – Abstract Algebra
- Fall 2014: Math 116 – Introduction to Mathematical Cryptography

## Teaching Methods

Here are some questions that I tend to ask myself when I think about teaching or plan lectures:

- Do I expect my students to
**enjoy**new math like they would enjoy art? - Are my students comfortable sharing their perspective and feedback with me?
- How do I encourage my students to work together and learn to communicate math?
- How do I help my students be comfortable feeling
**stuck**on problems? - Does this strategy help increase the attention span of my students?
- What can
**I**learn from my students? Am I open to it?

I’m always open to discuss different pedagogical strategies. Feel free to reach out to me.

## Useful reads:

- MAA Instructional Practices Guide
- Kathryn Mann: “How to get an “A” in my class”
- Benjamin Braun: Mathematical Maturity
- Kathryn Mulholland: Engaging Students
- Brian Katz: Inclusive Practices
- UNESCO: Mathematics for action: supporting science-based decision-making