Flipped Classroom for an Online World
This fall I am teaching a fully flipped, online class. Students watch lecture videos before class time, then work on homework problems in small group (Zoom) breakout rooms. Other assignments include a midterm reflective essay, weekly “independent assessment” problems, and an optional final exam. The course webpage is hosted by co-instructor Prof. Andrew Bernoff, where you can find our syllabus, weekly learning objectives, and more.
Here I embedded select lecture videos I recorded for this Partial Differential Equations Class.
Describing our First PDE
Math Forum (Public Speaking)
Instructor, Harvey Mudd CollegeFall 2020
This is a public speaking course for math majors.
Partial Differential Equations
Co-Instructor, Harvey Mudd CollegeFall 2020
Instructor, St. Olaf CollegeFall 2018
Co-supervisor, University of MinnesotaSummer 2015
Course Supervisor, University of MinnesotaFall 2017
This was an Intensive Precalculus course, including an accelerated unit from College Algebra
This course had only 31 students, unusual for a lecture at UMN
Intro to Proofs
Analysis, with Professor Mosher, University of Minnesota (UMN)Fall 2015Spring 2014
This was a writing-intensive course.
Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
Honors, with Professor Webb, UMNSpring 2019
Honors, with Dr. Lewis, UMNFall 2016
for Engineers, with Professor Zhu, UMNSpring 2015
This course included computer labs with Matlab
Honors, with Dr. Lewis, UMNSpring 2017
with Professor Gulliver, UMNSpring 2016
for Engineers, with Professor Diaconu, UMNFall 2014
This course included computer labs with Mathematica
with Professor Marden, UMNFall 2013
This concept web was created by my students through a group activity.