## Current: MATH 1132Q — Calculus II (Spring 2019)

**For students in my course: feel free to give me anonymous feedback on anything I’m doing!**

My office hours are 1-2 pm on Monday, 3:30-4:30 pm on Tuesday, and 9-10 am on Thursday (as well as by appointment).

Additionally, here are a few online calculus resources that I have found helpful:

- Khan Academy’s Calculus II Resources: in addition to tons of videos working through concepts and problems, Khan Academy offers plenty of practice quizzes with instant feedback.
- 3blue1brown’s Essence of Calculus series: in contrast to Khan Academy, this beautifully animated series of videos focuses on building visual intuitions for the concepts in calculus rather than working through computations.
*“The goal here is to make calculus feel like something that you yourself could have discovered.”*- Most of this is Calc I material, but you’ll still need all those intuitions in this course!

- Paul’s Online Notes: clearly-written, almost conversational-style notes on calculus. Also includes good review material if you need to brush up on your algebra facts.

## Previous TA Experience

##### University of Connecticut

- Fall 2018: Discussion TA for MATH 1131Q (Calculus 1)

##### Williams College

- Spring 2018: MATH 250 (Linear Algebra)
- Fall 2017: MATH 372 (Complex Analysis)
- Spring 2017: MATH 250 (Linear Algebra)
- Fall 2016: MATH 351 (Applied Real Analysis)