## Philosophy and Experience:

As a mathematics instructor, I endeavor to show my students that mathematics is a beautiful, interesting, and fun subject. I believe that a great teacher is always adapting and evolving as they gain experience. As a graduate student, the biggest influences on my teaching have been my students, the knowledge I have obtained about math pedagogy while participating in the

RUME program at OU, and the teaching workshops that I have attended from the

Center For Faculty Excellence. For my participation in the RUME program, I am proud to have been awarded the departmental

endorsement for teaching undergraduate mathematics. I have also obtained the

highest level of achievement from the Center For Faculty Excellence for attending various teaching workshops. At OU I have taught a variety of courses, including college algebra, precalculus/trigonometry, single and multivariable calculus, and business calculus (see below). Each semester I look forward to teaching, and hope that my students enjoy taking my courses as much as I enjoy teaching them!

## Courses Taught

Summer 2020 — MATH 2934 Differential and Integral Calculus III
Spring 2020 — MATH 2924 Differential and Integral Calculus II (Discussion Section)
Fall 2019 — MATH 1743 Calculus for Business, Life, and Social Sciences I Summer 2019 — MATH 2934 Differential and Integral Calculus III
Fall 2018 — MATH 2924 Differential and Integral Calculus II (Discussion Section)
Summer 2018 — MATH 1503 College Algebra
Spring 2018 — MATH 2924 Differential and Integral Calculus II (Discussion Section)
Spring 2017 — MATH 2924 Differential and Integral Calculus II (Discussion Section)
Fall 2016 — MATH 1914 Differential and Integral Calculus I (Discussion Section)
Spring 2016 — MATH 2423 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II (Discussion Section)
Fall 2015 — 1523 Precalculus
Summer 2015 — 1523 Precalculus
Spring 2015 — MATH 1523 Precalculus
Fall 2014 — MATH 1503 College Algebra
## Miscellaneous

Here are some typed

notes for a lesson I taught on some basic number theory and mathematical induction when I substituted for Dr. David Plaxco’s Discrete Math course during Summer 2017.