## Teaching at the University of Iowa

I have six semesters of teaching experience at the University of Iowa, including teaching my own course twice, leading discussion sections, and teaching with technology.

In Spring 2015, I was be an independent instructor for Elementary Functions, a precalculus course combining the topics of College Algebra and Trigonometry. I used Faires' PreCalculus. Here, you can find a folder of course materials, including the syllabus, study guides, exams, a handout, and a quiz. For this course, I used the instructional system WebAssign for homework assignments.

In Spring 2014, I was an independent instructor for Trigonometry. I used Barnett's Analytic Trigonometry. Here, you can find a folder of course materials, including the syllabus, study guides, exams, worksheets, and quizzes. For this course, I used the instructional system WileyPlus for homework assignments.

In Spring 2015, I was be an independent instructor for Elementary Functions, a precalculus course combining the topics of College Algebra and Trigonometry. I used Faires' PreCalculus. Here, you can find a folder of course materials, including the syllabus, study guides, exams, a handout, and a quiz. For this course, I used the instructional system WebAssign for homework assignments.

In Spring 2014, I was an independent instructor for Trigonometry. I used Barnett's Analytic Trigonometry. Here, you can find a folder of course materials, including the syllabus, study guides, exams, worksheets, and quizzes. For this course, I used the instructional system WileyPlus for homework assignments.

I have been a teaching assistant for four additional semesters. I taught discussion sections for the first two courses in the engineering calculus sequence (Fall 2013 and Fall 2014). In Engineering Math II: Multivariable Calculus, instruction was supplemented with Mathematica labs and activities. You can find sample quizzes for Engineering Math I: Single Multivariable Calculus here and here.

In Spring 2013, I taught two discussion sections of Logic of Arithmetic, a course designed specifically for elementary education majors. The discussion sections focused on group work and oral presentations of solutions. Homework assignments were designed to test both understanding and the ability to write up clear and concise explanations. The course focused on developing a deeper understanding of elementary school math topics such as place value, number systems, and arithmetic operations. For sample content, please see study guides here and here.

In Fall 2012, I taught three discussion sections of Mathematics for the Biological Sciences. You can find sample quizzes for this precalculus course here and here.

In Spring 2013, I taught two discussion sections of Logic of Arithmetic, a course designed specifically for elementary education majors. The discussion sections focused on group work and oral presentations of solutions. Homework assignments were designed to test both understanding and the ability to write up clear and concise explanations. The course focused on developing a deeper understanding of elementary school math topics such as place value, number systems, and arithmetic operations. For sample content, please see study guides here and here.

In Fall 2012, I taught three discussion sections of Mathematics for the Biological Sciences. You can find sample quizzes for this precalculus course here and here.