This page has information about my teaching experience.

Undergraduate courses taught

  • Emmanuel College (2013-present, Lecturer and Assistant Professor)
    • MATH 1101 College Algebra
    • MATH 1103 Precalculus
    • MATH 1105 Mathematics of Everyday Life / Mathematical Reasoning for Modern Society
    • MATH 1111 Calculus I
    • MATH 1112 Calculus II
    • MATH 1121 Applied Mathematics for Management
    • MATH 2103 Calculus III
    • MATH 2109 Introduction to Proofs
    • MATH 3101 Real Analysis
    • MATH 3113 Special Topics in Mathematics: Combinatorics & Graph Theory
    • More information available here on my page on the Emmanuel College website
  • Carnegie Mellon University (2007-2013, Graduate Student Teaching Assistant, and (!) indicates Instructor of Record, as well)
    • 21-112 Calculus II for Humanities (!)
    • 21-120 Differential and Integral Calculus (Calculus 1)
    • 21-121 Integration and Differential Equations (Calculus 1.5)
    • 21-127 Concepts of Mathematics (!)
    • 21-122 Integration, Differential Equations and Approximation (Calculus 2) (!)
    • 21-259 Calculus in Three-Dimensions (Calculus 3) (!)
    • More information available here on my old CMU website

Other teaching experiences

  • Teaching, tutoring, and mentoring:
    • Arlington (MA) Community Education: Instructor for SAT Math prep
    • PrepNow Tutoring: online SAT/ACT tutoring
    • X-Cel Adult Education, Roxbury, MA: volunteer GED tutoring
    • Advisor for seven undergraduate honors theses and independent research projects (Emmanuel College, 2016-2020)
    • Instructor for two directed study courses with undergraduates to help them fit courses in their schedule or go beyond the offered curriculum (Real Analysis, and Research in Graph Theory; Emmanuel College, 2017-2018)
  • Awards and recognition:

Teaching Materials and Resources

  • My YouTube channel has a few videos I’ve made for calculus courses. More to come in the near future.
  • I post often about teaching and learning on Twitter, so follow me there: @professorbrenda