I am not currently teaching.
- Fall 2016: Math 100 Calculus II at Brown University
- Spring 2016: Math 42 Elementary Number Theory at Brown University, which I designed and taught. This course ended with final projects. This was great! Check them out here.
- Summer 2015: Summer Number Theory for high school students at Summer@Brown
- Fall 2014: Math 170 Advanced Placement Calculus II at Brown University.
- Summer 2014: Summer Number Theory for high school students at Summer@Brown
- Summer 2013: Summer Number Theory for high school students at Summer@Brown
- Summer 2013: Precalculus
I was previously a TA (many times) for several courses, both as an undergrad and twice at the beginning of grad school. I didn't save my supplementary teaching materials for most of these courses.
- Math 90, Calculus I at Brown University
- Math 100, Calculus II at Brown University
- Math 1501, Calculus I at Georgia Tech
- Math 1502, Calculus II and Linear Algebra at Georgia Tech
- Math 2401, Multivariable Calculus at Georgia Tech
See here for a few supplementary notes I've written.
Summer 2021: I supervised three dedicated high school students at PROMYS, culminating in their project.
MSc Student Andrew Darlington at the University of Warwick (2019) on Half-integral weight modular forms.
Undergraduate research projects at the University of Warwick (2018): Andrew Darlington, Eleri Williams.
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