# Teaching

## Teaching

In every class I teach, I seek to engage students in the messiness of doing mathematics. I draw on a variety of approaches (including Reading Apprenticeship, Complex Instruction, and IBL) to create classes in which students solve problems collaboratively, engage with mathematical texts, and build a sense of community.

I'm currently thinking a lot about co-requisite support structures for mathematics, supporting active learning in coordinated courses, and the role of literacy in the undergraduate mathematics classroom.

## Courses Taught

### California State University, Monterey Bay

Math 30 - Support Course for Math 130

Math 130 - Precalculus

Math 150 - Calculus I

Math 151 - Calculus II

Math 170 - Discrete Mathematics

Math 265 - Differential Equations and Linear Algebra

Math 300 - Major Proseminar

Math 322 - Foundations of Modern Mathematics

Math 325 - Number Theory

Math 330 - Advanced Linear Algebra

Math 386 - Graph Theory

Math 395 - Independent Study on Topology

Math 400 - Capstone Seminar

### University of Wisconsin-Madison

Math 112 - College Algebra

Math 130 - Mathematics for Teaching: Numbers and Operations

Math 132 - Problem Solving in Algebra, Probability, and Statistics

Math 221 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

Math 222 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry II

Math 234 - Multivariable Calculus