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## My Teaching Philosophies

* The best way to learn is to do; the worst way to teach is to talk.* — Paul Halmos.

- Emphasize conceptual over procedural understanding;
- Design application-driven lessons and provide research training;
- Enthusiasm and dedication towards teaching Mathematics at all levels;
- Continuous improvement on methodology, pedagogy, and technology;
- Incorporate undergraduate/graduate research.

## Student Resources

- A starter kit [ZIP, 140 KB] for writing a
**LaTeX document** - A starter kit [ZIP, 12.9 MB] for writing a
**LaTeX presentation in BEAMER class** - A starter kit [ZIP, 1108 KB] for creating a
**PowerPoint poster** - A starter kit [ZIP, 72.1 KB] for writing an
**annotated bibliography**in LaTeX - A starter kit [ZIP, 20.1 KB] for writing a
**CSULB master's and honor's thesis**in LaTeX - How to make a PowerPoint poster [PDF, 188 KB] and a peer-evaluation rubrics [PDF, 258 KB]
- Ingredients to an effective oral presentation [PDF, 138 KB] and a peer-evaluation form [PDF, 160 KB]
- Careers in Mathematics [PDF, 113 KB]
- MATH 521 class notes [PDF, 7.32 MB] and syllabus [PDF, 158 KB]

## Class-Related Website

- MATH 113 Pre-Calculus Algebra
- MATH 115 Business Calculus
- MATH 247 Introduction to Linear Algebra
- Flipped MATH 247 Introduction to Linear Algebra
- MATH 323 Introduction to Numerical Analysis
- MATH 479/579 Mathematical Modeling
- MATH 521 Matrix Method for Data Analysis & Pattern Recognition
- MATH 573 Scientific Computing

## Scheduled Commitments