I have been actively involved in teaching and grading ever since my sophomore year in college. I enjoye the challenge of teaching as well as the interaction with a class.
You can find a link to the seminar website (which also contains live-texed notes from Jackson S. Morrow) below.
At Emory University
|Etale Cohomology||A year long introduction to etale Cohomology for graduate students||Lecturer||Fall 2015 and Spring 2016||Link|
|Calculus 2||Introductary class for undergraduates||Instructor||Spring 2015 and Spring 2016||via Blackboard|
|Calculus 1 with Lab||Introductary class for undergraduates using WebAssign||Instructor||Fall 2015||via Blackboard|
|Calculus 1||Introductary class for undergraduates||Instructor||Fall 2014||via Blackboard|
|Abstract Vector Spaces||Advanced course for undergraduates||Grader||Spring 2014||via Blackboard|
|Multivariable Calculus||Introductary class for undergraduates||Grader||Fall 2013||via Blackboard|
At RWTH Aachen
|Vorkurs Mathematik||A daily 5-week course covering foundations of mathemtics such as induction and the eps-delta definition of limit||TA||Summer 2011 and 2012||Link|
|Maple Seminar||An introduction to Maple||TA||Spring 2013||via L2p|
|Analysis 1 for CS||An introduction to analysis for computer science majors||Grader||Fall 2012||via L2P|
|Analysis 2||Introductary class for math majors||Grader||Spring 2012||via L2P|
|Analysis 1||Introductary class for math majors||Grader||Fall 2011||via Blackboard|