- Math 10: Introductory Calculus, Part II, Fall '91.
- Math 10: Introductory Calculus, Part II, Spring '91.
- This second-semester calculus course is designed for students who have taken some calculus in high-school, 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.