As part of my duties as a teaching assistant, I've been involved in teaching
undergraduate mathematics at various levels, ranging from introductory college algebra courses
to multivariable calculus and partial differential equations.
This portfolio is an attempt to reflect upon the work of past several years and is part of my continuing effort to
improve my effectiveness as a math teacher.
The contents of this site are organized so as to fulfill the Portfolio requirements and can be summarized as follows:
Teaching philosophy statement is my reflection on strengths and weaknesses of teaching with technology in light of
my past and present experience.
Out-of-class resources section contains a list of class materials I make available to students online. Since
most of the material is accessible through the course web pages, some of it is cross listed with the
Courses section of this Portfolio.
Public use of technology section gives examples of situations when I used technology in classroom and provides resources
that were utilized.
Digital media resources section is a pool of various media samples that were effectively used in teaching.
Innovative technology section provides an overview of different approaches and techniques I implemented that proved
to be effective innovations comparing to the traditional lecture-style teaching.
Reflection on teaching with technology. This section provides assessment of different uses of technology in classroom and serves
as a summary of the ideas introduced in each of the sections above.
Courses I taught is a collection of links to all the course web pages I created. The links will take you out of the Portfolio.
Personal webpage is a link to my personal web site. If you decide to open this link in the same browser window, you'll need to hit the
"Back" button to return to the Portfolio.
If you have questions or comments upon the contents of this site, please feel free to contact me at