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As a doctoral candidate at Washington University, I have also had the pleasure of serving as a Teaching Assistant and an Instructor for four courses. My teaching pedagogy involves explaining the concept in lucid and crystal clear manner, then discussing problem solving strategies that enable them to approach each problem with ease. I believe class participation brings the best out of my students. My idea is to follow a collaborative approach where every student gets to openly express their ideas by shedding their inhibitions. I strive to better myself everyday by honing my skills a teacher.

Courses Taught

Washington University in Saint Louis

  • Math 217 – Differential Equations (Instructor), Summer 2017, Course instruction – In-class
  • Math 2200 – Elementary probability and Statistics (Instructor), Summer 2019 and Summer 2020, Course instruction – In-class in 2019 and Online in 2020.
  • Math 1011 – Introduction to Statistics (Instructor), Summer 2020, Course instruction – Online.
  • Math 132 – Calculus II (Teaching Assistant), Fall 2017 and Spring 2019.
  • Math 217 – Differential Equations (Teaching Assistant), Fall 2019 and Spring 2020.