Teaching Philosophy

I believe in

  • Teaching students the applications of mathematics.

  • Teaching the effects, both harmful and beneficial, of math in society.

  • Adjusting my pace to better engage the students.

  • Mentoring students with a goal to make research interesting.

  • Educating students about their roles as global citizens using theory from Educational Sciences.

  • Making my classes and presentations accessible to students with disabilities.

My commitment to my students:

Throughout my years of teaching, I have understood that educating students in mathematics is an ever-evolving work of art. I am committed to evolving my teaching through the development of new strategies (using new technologies to demonstrate concepts), improving on existing ones (increasing student interaction, communication and making math interesting) and finding like-minded individuals to collaborate with.