My teaching experience is broad, and I have consistently taken on new challenges and opportunities for growth. I've taught courses in college algebra, liberal arts math, calculus, linear algebra, discrete mathematics, intro to proof, abstract algebra, the history of mathematics, and computational commutative algebra. Recently I've taught intro statistics, applied statistical models, and econometrics.

All of my courses involve some sort of active/inquiry-based learning, and most involve some form of mastery grading. One of the things increasingly occupying my mind is how to make the switch from the familiar passive pedagogies (e.g., lecture) to a more active pedagogy both comfortable and engaging to the students.

Current Courses

Up-to-date information on my semester courses can generally be found at my Courses page. In Spring 2021 I am teaching:


Active Learning

Mastery Grading

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