- 2018 S: Instructor for MATH 0180. Here is the webpage for Section I. Here are the comments from my students' evaluations: Screenshot 1 and Screenshot 2.
- 2017 F: TA for DATA 1010
An Introduction to Topics in Probability, Statistics, and Machine Learning, Graduate Level.
- 2017 S: TA for MATH 0060
Analytic Geometry and Calculus.
- 2016 F: Instructor for MATH 0100
Introductory Calculus II. Here are the comments from my students' evaluations: screenshot.
- 2016 S: TA for MATH 0090
Introductory Calculus I.
- 2015 F: TA for MATH 0190
Advanced Placement Calculus for Physics/Engineering Majors.
- Summer 2018:
TA for Summer@ICERM 2018, an REU program focusing on low dimensional topology and geometry;
Designer and Instructor of a one-week course on Data Science for the STEM I program at Brown;
TA for GirlsGetMath@ICERM;
- Summer 2017:
TA for Summer@ICERM 2017, an REU program focusing on Topological Data Analysis;
TA for GirlsGetMath@ICERM
- Summer 2016:
Designer and Instructor of a two-week course on Fractal geometry for the STEM II program at Brown University.
- Summer 2015:
Visiting lecturer at Mathcamp for a one-week course on Apollonian Circle Packings. Mathcamp is an intensive 5-week-long summer program for mathematically talented high school students.
- In 2016 I completed the Certificate I program through the Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning
How I feel about teaching:
STARTING with tutoring since sophomore year in college, I have been teaching for over six years and taught subjects ranging from high school geometry to graduate-level probability. I really enjoy working with students, especially when they truly understand something--watching the joy of discovery light up in their eyes makes me the happiest person in the world! Many people feel intimidated by math because of their past experience in high school or earlier. I want to help changing that : math is less about numbers, formulas, or tedious computations than about ideas and ways of thinking. It can be fun and enjoyable!