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College of William & Mary (Mathematics)
University of California, Riverside (Master's)
I strive for those moments when something clicks and students begin to 'get it'.
Prior students have said that I am approachable and enthusiastic about math - my evaluations were consistently among the best in the department. During my three years as a teaching assistant, I have taught a wide variety of courses, most frequently calculus but also precalculus, linear algebra, differential equations, geometry, number theory, and more. Because I worked as a teaching assistant, I have graded exams and worked closely with professors, so I have a good idea of how math students are evaluated. And I have a master's degree, so you can be sure I know my stuff.
Whatever the subject at hand, I try to guide my students into developing a big picture understanding of the material. The ability to understand the patterns underlying whatever course you happen to be taking is the most important takeaway from mathematics, and my goal is to help you find these patterns.
Feel free to say hi if you would like to know anything more about me - I have teaching evaluations available for anyone who wishes to see them - or if you'd like to schedule lessons. I look forward to hearing from you! I strive for those moments when something clicks and students begin to 'get it'.
Prior students have said that I am approachable and enthusiastic about math - my evaluations were consistently among the best in the department. During my three years as a teaching assistant, I have
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