## Teaching

## Current Teaching

- MA 1024: Calculus IV - Term D 2013.

## Teaching Awards

I have been honored to receive the following teaching awards:- David Oxley Memorial Graduate Student Teaching Award on the Spring Semester of 2006 (picture) from the Department of Mathematics at Louisiana State University.
- Certificate of Teaching Excellence on the Fall Semester of 2006 from the Department of Mathematics at Louisiana State University.
- Certificate of Teaching Excellence on the Fall Semester of 2007 from the Department of Mathematics at Louisiana State University.

## Teaching experience

For the courses where I indicate that I was an Instructor, I was in charge of evaluating and grading student coursework and understanding, preparing and proctoring the tests, preparing syllabi, homework assignments, and enhancement materials, and holding office hours to help students with better understanding of the course materials and answer questions. An example of a syllabus, a daily schedule and a test, as well as my Teaching and Graduate Assistant evaluations can be found here.Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Fall 2012

- Term A - MA 1023: Calculus III and MA 501:Graduate course on Engineering Mathematics.
- Term B - MA 1024: Calculus IV and MA 501:Graduate course on Engineering Mathematics.

Fall 2011

Spring 2011

Fall 2010

- Term A - MA 1023: Calculus III - Sections A13 and A14.
- Term B - MA 1024: Calculus IV - Sections B13 and B14.

Summer 2009

- Co-coordinator for the MathCircle : The LSU MathCircle summer enrichment program is a three week summer program at LSU geared primarily toward advanced high school students interested in investigating concepts in mathematics that are not usually introduced at the high school level. (Participants Survey doc)
- Graduate Assistant for the Math Tune Up : This course aims at helping first year graduate students in the sciences and engineerings to obtain mathematical training necessary for pursuing their research interests.

- Math 3355 (Probability) : I taught several lectures for this class.
- Math 4999-5 (VIGRE Class): I taught two lectures for this class.

- Math 4031 (Advanced Calculus I) : I taught several lectures for this class.

- Math 1022 (Plane Trigonometry) : Instructor of a section and Assistant at the R2R-Lab. The R2R, which means Roadmap to Redesign, is a program developed by the National Center for Academic Transformation (NCAT)
- Math
7320 (Ordinary Differential Equations) : Grader and
Assistant.

- Math 1552 (Calculus II) : Instructor.

- Math 1552 (Calculus II) : Instructor.

- Math 1550 (Calculus I) : Instructor.

- Graduate Assistant for the Math Tune Up : This course aims at helping first year graduate students in the sciences and engineerings to obtain mathematical training necessary for pursuing their research interests.

- Math 1550 (Calculus I) : Instructor.

- Math 1021 (College Algebra) : Instructor of three sections and Assistant at the R2R-Lab.

- Math Tune Up : Graduate Assistant

- Math 1021 (College Algebra) : Graduate Assistant at the R2R-lab (pilot project)

- Math 1021 (College Algebra) : Grader and Proctor.

For these courses I was the Instructor.

- MA 0125: College Algebra.
- MA 1210: Calculus I for Biological Sciences.
- MA 0230: Calculus for Business and Economics.
- MA 1001: Calculus I for Engineers.
- MA 1003: Calculus III for Engineers.
- MA 1004: Linear Algebra for Engineers.

- TA at the Department of Mathematics at Universidad de Costa Rica

- Honors Calculus I.
- Math for 7th grade.
- Math for 8th grade.
- SAT Preparation Course.