COURSES TAUGHT

Instructor, U of A Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, 2020-2022

  • Math 101 (online): Prepared and delivered active learning focused (flipped) lectures for an online section of Calculus II for Engineers.

  • Math 134 (online): Instructed three active learning sections of Calculus I for Life Sciences with 60 students each and designed a group competition to promote engagement and friendly competition between sections.

 

Instructor, Bamfield Marine Sciences Center, 2019

  • Ecological Models and Data: Co-instructed a graduate and undergraduate course on modelling and data analysis with for ecologists with Dr. Andrew Bateman. Students submitted final modeling projects using their own data which were published in the BMSC library.

Teaching Fellow, Peter Lougheed Leadership College, 2019-2020

  • Foundations of Leadership, INTD301: Designed and ran experiential learning activities for students learning the foundational principles of leadership.

  • Leadership for Social Innovation, INTD306: Co-instructed skills workshops and activities on social innovation.

Teaching Assistant, U of A Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, 2015-2019

  • Math 201 (5 terms): Designed and taught a weekly lab on differential equations, where students would work in groups to solve problems.

  • Math 114 (1 term): Developed and taught weekly workshops for students repeating Math 114 (Calculus). Led group discussions on how to study, how to approach exams, how to approach difficult math problems, and other tips for success in a university math course.

  • Math 100 (2 terms): Facilitated weekly calculus labs for engineers, where students had to work through problem sets in groups.

  • Decima Robinson Learning Center (7 terms): Graduate tutor in the Learning Center, where undergraduate students receive free drop-in tutoring from graduate students.

Teaching Assistant, UBC Mathematics Department, 2013-2014

  • Math 110: Facilitated weekly calculus workshops where students would work in groups to solve scaffolded problems.

TEACHING PHILOSOPHY