University of Portland

 

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Teaching Philosophy

Throughout my career as a student, the best way for me to learn and communicate is to have simplistic illustrations of complex ideas. Focusing on the bigger picture first, and then filling in the details later. My holistic perspective on learning has served me throughout my educational journey with the help of dedicated teachers. I believe that there are three critical elements of education. (1) Every student and teacher interaction is unique. (2) Every student should have a choice on how they are taught. (3) Every student should feel safe and welcomed.  My goal for students is to teach them how to develop critical-thinking skills, problem-solving skills, and develop social awareness. These are the foundations of mathematical and scientific inquiry and the ability to empathize with diverse backgrounds.

Subjects I teach as
instructor

Subjects I taught as
Teaching Assistant (TA)

  • Probability and Statistics

  • Linear Algebra

  • Calculus

  • Vector Calculus

  • Differential Equations

Workshops I taught

  • Python

  • R

  • Matlab

  • LaTeX

  • UNIX/LINUX

  • C++