I've now made a TON of YouTube and Panopto videos to help students review important concepts for midterms and final exams. Selected videos and video-series include:
A "How to Study for Your Math Final" video |
A series on confidence intervals |
A series on hypothesis testing |
A unit circle review |
A review of the tests for convergence of a series |
A trigonometry review |
I'm teaching a fully asynchronous online section of Calculus 3 this summer (2021), and I'm taking the opportunity to apply all that I've learned teaching and tutoring remotely and in-person.
I taught a hybrid section of Introduction to Math for Business this spring (2021), and my students and I were able to experiment with a lot of fun educational technology.
Courses I've taught include:
Precalculus | An introduction to polynomials, exponentials, logarithms, and trigonometric functions. |
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Calculus and Algebra | A two-semester course in which pre-requisite algebra and precalculus knowledge are integrated into the standard Calculus 1 curriculum. |
Introduction to Math for Business | An introduction to polynomials, exponentials, and logarithms through the lens of their business and financial applications. |
Elementary Statistics | An introduction to statistics and probability, including binomial, geometric, and normal distributions, as well as confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, chi-squared tests, and linear regression. |
Calculus 1-3 | The standard calculus sequence, beginning with an introduction to functions (first in 1 variable, then several), through the computation of limits (first in 1 variable, then several), derivatives (and partial derivatives), and integrals (including multiple integrals), incorporating applications to the sciences and translated to polar, spherical, and cylindrical coordinate systems, when appropriate. |
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