Teaching Philosophy
I emphasize problem solving skills by guiding students to piece together information to reach new conclusions. Research in STEM education suggests active learning classrooms are more effective for all students and especially for students from underrepresented groups. I utilize active learning through regular inclass problem sets which are designed to require creative problem solving rather than quoting memorized information.
Instruction
Instructor of Record

MATH 383 First Course in Differential Equations
Spring 2018 
MATH 233 Multivariable Calculus
Summer 2017 
MATH 116 Intuitive Calculus
Fall 2016 
MATH 130 Precalculus
Fall 2015
Selected Teaching Assistant

MATH 653 Introductory Analysis
Fall 2017 
MATH 521 Advanced Calculus
Summer 2015
Invited Instruction

Analysis Boot Camp
August 2016/2017
Invited by department to teach intensive review for incoming graduate students 
Analysis Comprehensive Exam Review
Summer 2016
Invited by department to prepare graduate students for Analysis Comprehensive Exam
InquiryBased Learning

Special Relativity problem set I wrote for Girls Talk Math

Multivariable Calculus inclass tangent plane worksheet I wrote for MATH 233

6th grade Intro to Statistics I wrote for Scientific Research and Education Network Event

15 minute talk on IBL curriculum for Girls Talk Math I gave at the Joint Mathematics Meetings 2018 in Sand Diego, CA
Mentoring
AWM Mentor Network

Organized newly created AWM Mentor Network

Mentor to 2 undergraduate members of the AWM Student Chapter
Other Mentoring

Assisting in directing Difan Li's undergraduate research under my advisor, Dr. Jason Metcalfe

Developed mentoring relationship with undergraduate math major after tutoring him in Advanced Calculus and Elementary Number Theory