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PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE

Minicourse on Free Boundary Problems
University of Washington
Instructor, 5 PhD students, 4 lectures

Winter 2017

MATH 324 - Advanced Multivariable Calculus I, section G
University of Washington
Instructor, 50 students, 3 meetings per week

Winter 2017

MATH 307 - Introduction to Differential Equations, section I
University of Washington
Instructor, 47 students, 3 meetings per week

Winter 2017

MATH 324 - Advanced Multivariable Calculus I, sections I and J
University of Washington
Instructor, 67 students divided in 2 sections, 3 meetings per week

Fall 2016

An Introduction to free boundary problems
University of Duisburg-Essen
Weekly seminar, 5 graduate students, 1 meeting per week

Spring 2016

Analysis II
University of Duisburg-Essen
Recitation instructor, 5 students, 1 meeting per week

Spring 2016

MA26100 - Multivariate Calculus
Purdue University
Substitute Teaching Assistant

Fall 2013

MA22300 - Introductory Analysis I, MA26600 - Ordinary Differential Equations, MA26200 - Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
Purdue University
Substitute Teaching Assistant

Spring 2013

MA22400 - Introductory Analysis II
Purdue University
Instructor, 57 students divided in 2 sections, 3 meetings per week

Spring 2011

MA15300 - Algebra and Trigonometry I
Purdue University
Instructor, 75 students divided in 2 sections, 3 meetings per week

Fall 2010

MA16200 - Algebra and Trigonometry I
Purdue University
Recitation instructor, 68 students divided in 2 sections, 2 meetings per week

Spring 2010

MA26100 - Multivariate Calculus
Purdue University
Recitation instructor, 69 students divided in 2 sections, 1 meeting per week

Fall 2009



TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsibility Course
Proctor exams MA26100, MA16200, MA15300, MA22400, MATH 324, MATH 307
Hold 2 office hours per week MA26100, MA16200, MA15300, MA22400, MATH 324, MATH 307
Help with homework MA26100, MA16200, MA15300, MA22400, MATH 324, MATH 307
Write and grade quizzes MA26100, MA16200, MA15300, MA22400, MATH 324
Teach new material MA15300, MA22400, MATH 324, MATH 307
Write and grade 2 midterms MA22400, MATH 324, MATH 307
Write and grade the final MATH 324, MATH 307


TEACHING WORKSHOPS ATTENDED (at Purdue University)
Being a Teaching Assistant - Duties, responsibilities, etc
Involving students during class
Evaluating your students, grading, writing quizzes, etc
Deal well with problems
Getting ready to teach Algebra on your own
Writing and grading quizzes
Conducting recitation

CONTACT

Email
marianag@uw.edu

Adress
C-344 Padelford, University of Washington, Department of Mathematics
Seattle, WA 98195-4350, USA

Phone
+1 206-543-1177

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