My complete teaching portfolio, including my teaching
experience, statement of teaching philosophy/practice, teaching
evaluations, and sample teaching materials can be found here:
Here are the resources (lecture
notes/guides, worksheets, homework solutions, etc.) from courses I've
previously taught. Note that exams are NOT included--if you
access to my exams, please send
me an email.
provided files are .zip files containing both the .tex and .pdf
versions of everything. I've also included my custom .sty and
.cls files when applicable (I think...if you need something, use the
link above to email me). Make sure those files are in the
relevant directory if you wish to compile anything that needs them.
of the provided resources are self-explanatory, but you should know
that the Course Notes document contains a list of my notes-to-self
about how I want to change my materials the next time I teach the
course. Read that at some point so that you can make the
corresponding changes before
you teach the class.
My pre-calculus resources are not well-polished because I have only
taught each class once and they were the first two courses I taught.
I co-organize the University of Oregon's Student Teaching
Seminar (the teaching seminar for graduate students) with Marissa
meet weekly to discuss pedagogical and practical issues about our
teaching practices. You can find some of the notes from our
previous meetings here: