Brown University:
 Math 10: Introductory Calculus, Part II, Fall '91.
 Math 10: Introductory Calculus, Part II, Spring '91.
 This secondsemester calculus course is designed for students who have taken some calculus in highschool, but who had trouble with it and need to see it again. The material covered includes: volumes of revolution, applications and methods of integration, infinite series, power series, Taylor series, polar equations, and some differential equations.
Duties: I taught one of three sections of this course, which met three times a week for lectures, and once a week for a help session run by a teaching assistant. The syllabus was set by the faculty coordinator; however, I developed my own lecture materials, handouts, practice exams, and homework solutions. Exams and homework were common to all three sections, but I helped choose the homework and wrote some of the exam problems. I was responsible for assigning final grades to the students.
 Math 10: Introductory Calculus, Part II; Fall '90.
 This course was substantially the same as the previously described class, but I acted as a teaching assistant rather than the course instructor.
Duties: As the TA, I was responsible for running a weekly review section, attending class, helping to grade the exams, and holding office hours. The section included a weekly quiz (which I wrote and graded) and the remainder of the time was spent going over homework problems or reviewing the difficult material from class. I also was expected to recommend final letter grades for the students in the class.

