Teaching

I have been involved with teaching as far back as middle school, when I volunteered my time after school to tutor other students in math.  Some more recent experience:

Instructor of Record at Georgia Tech H. Stewart Milton School of Industrial and Systems Engineering: 

Fall 2016 : ISyE 3039, Methods for Quality Control. Syllabus

Summer 2016,Summer 2015 : ISyE 3039, Methods for Quality Control.

Spring 2015: ISyE 3770, Statistics and Applications. Syllabus

Summer 2014 : TA Fellow at Georgia Tech.  In this role, I led campus-wide Teaching Assistant orientation and training.  3 sessions covered roles and responsibilities of TAs, policies and procedures at Georgia Tech (including laws pertaining to FERPA), and establishing an effective first day of class.

Summer 2012 : Participated in the Math Science Partnership through the Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics and Computing (CEISMC) at Georgia Tech.  I assisted Rockdale County public school system in addressing Georgia State Standards of Education  Over 3 day long sessions, my role was to present 8th-12th grade math and biology teachers with interactive ways they could combine the subjects and teach it to students.  I designed hands on activities to demonstrate topics such as optimization, linear inequalities, exponential growth, and carrying capacity.  Sample Agenda  

Encouraging students to explore how the golden ratio manifests in nature, such as through seashell formation

Encouraging students to explore how the golden ratio manifests in nature, such as through seashell formation

 

Fall 2011 - Spring 2013 : Tutor through Tech Tutors.  Completed work with 4 students, aiding in college and high school math classes and SAT prep.

Fall 2009 - Spring 2010 : Created, designed, and taught a 1 credit class on the history of piracy through the Oberlin College ExCo program.  Syllabus