Teaching

Current Teaching

University of Toronto Mississauga

Fall 2019 – Introduction to Proofs – MAT102
Fall 2019 – Linear Algebra 1 – MAT223
Fall 2019 – Multivariable Calculus – MAT232

Upcoming Teaching

University of Toronto Mississauga

Winter 2019 – Introduction to Proofs – MAT102
Winter 2019 – Linear Algebra 2 – MAT224
Winter 2019 – Introduction to Calculus – MAT135


Past Teaching

University of Toronto Mississauga

Summer 2019 – Calculus for Life Sciences – MAT134
Winter 2019
– Introduction to Proofs – MAT102
Winter 2019 – Linear Algebra 1 – MAT223
Winter 2019 – Linear Algebra 2 – MAT224

University of Calgary

Fall 2018 – University Calculus 3 – MATH 367
Summer 2018 – Analytical and Algorithmic Reasoning – EDER 689.99
Fall 2017 – Linear Methods – MATH 211
Fall 2017 – University Calculus II – MATH 267
Winter 2017 – University Calculus II – MATH 267 – Syllabus

Math Circle at Emory 2018

I taught two courses at the three week math camp at Emory for talented high school students. There were 24 students, and I prepared all the notes and exercises myself.

Number Theory. Course OutlineCourse Notes.
Coding in Python. Course Outline and Course Notes.

University of Toronto (St George)

Summer 2016 – Multivariable Calculus – MAT 237
Winter 2016 – Calculus for Engineers 2 – MAT 187
Fall/Winter 2015 – Calculus 2 – MAT 235
Summer 2014Introduction to Topology – MAT 327
Winter 2014Calculus! – MAT 137
Summer 2013Introduction to Topology – MAT 327


Writing about teaching

Learning LaTex in Jupyter Notebooks, December 16, 2018
My teaching advice and resources (so far), May 11, 2018.


Teaching Awards

Student Union Teaching Excellence Award, University of Calgary, April 24, 2019. Press Release.
(Nominated) Taylor Institute Teaching Award (Sessional Instructor), University of Calgary, April 2019. Award details.


Teaching presentations given

Data from an advanced calculus course taught using peer instruction.” – May 2, 2017 – Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching  – University of Calgary, Canada

“Designing a course from first principles” – Fall 2015 – Math Pedagogy Seminar – University of Toronto, Canada

Measuring the (Seemingly) Impossible. An introduction to Geodesy.” – August 2014 – Classroom Adventures Lecture Series – University of Toronto, Canada

How to Read, Understand and Study Proofs.” – March 31, 2014 – University of Toronto, Canada

Absolute Chaos is Impossible!” – January 17, 2014 – For the Classroom Adventures Lecture Series – University of Toronto, Canada

“The Arithmetic of Infinity” – August 2011 – Mathematics in the Classroom conference – University of Toronto, Canada