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Past Teaching Experience
I have taught
the following courses as an AI at Indiana University ;
- Fall
2003 : (8))Assisting M118, Finite Mathematics
(2 sections), Grading
M501, Survery of Algebra
- Summer 2003 : (7)Teaching M119, Survery of
Calculus I (1 section)
- Spring 2003 : (6)Recitation
M311, Calculus 3 (2 sections)
- Fall
2002 : (5)Teaching M027, Pre-Calculus
(1 section)
- Summer 2002 : Leading Algebra discussion
session of (1)VIGRE JumpStart program
- Spring 2002 : (4)Recitation and Grading S303, Honors course in Linear
Algebra
- Fall
2001 : (3)Recitation M211, Calculus
I (3 sections)
- Summer 2001 : (2)Teaching M025, Pre-calculus
(1 section), and Leading Algebra discussion session of (1)VIGRE JumpStart program
- Spring 2001 : (3)Recitation
M212, Caculus II (3 sections)
- Fall
2000 : (3)Recitation M211, Calculus
I (3 sections)
- Spring 2000 : (2)Teaching M025, Pre-calculus (2 sections)
- Fall
1999 : (3)Recitation M211, Calculus I (3 sections)
- Summer 1999 : (3)Recitation
M211, Calculus I (1 section)
- Spring 1999 : (3)Recitation M212, Calculus II (3 sections)
- Fall
1998 : (3)Recitation M211, Calculus I (3 sections)
- Spring/ Fall 1996: Recitation, Modern
algebra I, II
- Spring/ Fall 1995: Recitation, Linear
Algebra I, II
- have worked as a private tutor since
1991 until now
(1)VIGRE
Jumpstart program : This program was designed to prepare graduate
students for written qualifying exams and to help new Ph.D. students decide
which courses to take for the Fall 2001 semester. I ran Algebra discussion
sessions and each session lasted 2 hours a day for 8 days.
(2)M025(fall/spring)
: I gave lectures 3 times a week for two sections, and ran weekly two-hour
walk-in help sessions. Each class had 35 - 40 students, and there were two
exams which were made up by myself, and two departmental exams, i.e.
midterm and final. The coordinator monitored and guided all the instructors,
but basically all the work had to be done on my decision.
(3)M211/M212 :
I gave an hour long lecture to each of 3 recitation classes a week, and ran
weekly two-hour walk-in help sessions. Those lectures were mostly about reviewing
materials of that week and solving related problems. I gave short lectures
on some topics whenever I thought one was needed to be given. All homwworks
and gradebook were through WebWork.
(4)S303 :
This course is designed for honored students. The materials were focused
on theorems than applications and computations. They used Maple
sometimes for calculations. I ran 2 hours of discussion
session per week and office hours. I made up most problems to discuss for
students and graded all homeworks.
(5)M027
: I gave lectures 5 times a week(daily) for one section and the class
had 35 students. They used Aleks
as a suppliment for practice. I had full resposibility for this course by
setting syllubus, quizzes, HW assignments and 3 exams.
(6)M311 :
I gave an hour long lecture to each of 2 recitation classes a week. Those
lectures were mostly about reviewing materials of that week and solving related
problems. I gave short lectures on some topics whenever I thought one was
needed to be given.
(7)M119 :
I gave lectures 5
days a week. Each class had 20 students, and there were three exams
which were made up by myself, I assigned WebWork
problems for their HWs daily.
(8)M118
: I assisted with holding two-hour walk-in Help sessions twice a week and
office hours, grading and organizing quizzes and exams and answering questions
on WebWork.
I have graded the following
courses;
- Undergraduate courses - Linear Algebra
and its applications, M301(Fall 1997), Linear Algebra I,II, M301, M303(Fall
1997, Spring 1998), Cryptography M499 (Spring 2001, Spring 2002), Abstarct
Algebra I, II (Spring 1995, Fall 1995)
- Graduate courses - Cryptography, M599(Spring
2001, Spring 2002), Introduction to Lie algebras and Lie groups, M507(Fall
2002), Lie Algebras and Lie Groups, M508 (Spring 2003), Survery of Algebra,
M501 (Fall 2003)