## University Courses Taught

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

10437. Contemporary Uses of Digital Technology in Education PostGrad

-- This unit examines the role of digital technologies in contemporary education. Students develop an understanding of how to implement, assess, and capitalize on affordances of current technologies; how policy affects technology in education; and how to approach emerging technologies for use in education.

(Semester 1, 2020)

(Semester 1, 2020)

*University of Canberra*10451. Using Design Principles and Technologies in Education

-- This unit examines the role of digital technologies in contemporary education. Students develop an understanding of how to implement, assess, and capitalize on affordances of current technologies; how policy affects technology in education; and how to approach emerging technologies for use in education.

(Semester 2, 2020)

(Semester 2, 2020)

*University of Canberra*9895. Principles of Learning and Teaching Materials Design

-- This unit develops basic principles for instructional design and applies this to the development of materials to support learning and teaching in a variety of educational contexts. The unit will have a particular focus on the application and evaluation of ICT and multimedia in the development of materials design and production.

(Semester 1, 2019)

(Semester 1, 2019)

*University of Canberra*9878. Information and Communication Technology Literacy

-- This unit examines the role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in contemporary society. Students develop an understanding of new technologies and digital communications; how personal identity and networks can be shaped by online interactions; how ICT has enabled new ways of communicating and understanding the world; and the way that work and education are changing in a digital world.

(Semester 2, 2019)

(Semester 2, 2019)

*University of Canberra*DEPARTMENTS OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS

MATH 2250. Differential Equations & Linear Algebra

-- Linear systems, abstract vector spaces, matrices through eigenvalues and eigenvectors, solution of ode's, Laplace transforms, first order systems.

(Spring 2017)

(Spring 2017)

*Utah State University*M 171. Calculus I

-- Functions, elementary transcendental functions, limits and continuity, differentiation, applications of the derivative, curve sketching, and integration theory.

(Fall 2012)

(Fall 2012)

*Montana State University*MATH 121. Calculus I (Engineering)

-- Differentiation and integration of algebraic and trigonometric functions. Applications to physical sciences and engineering.

(Fall 2013)

(Fall 2013)

*University of Kansas*MATH 115. Calculus I (Business)

-- Elementary differential and integral calculus, with applications in management and the biological sciences.

(Spring 2014)

(Spring 2014)

*University of Kansas*M 151. Precalculus

-- Functions, graphs, and the use symbols for expressing mathematical thoughts. Polynomials, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions.

(Fall 2011, Spring 2012, Summer 2012)

(Fall 2011, Spring 2012, Summer 2012)

*Montana State University*MATH 1050. College Algebra

-- Functions: graphs, transformations, combinations, and inverses. Polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic functions, and applications. Systems of equations and matrices. Partial fractions.

(Spring 2016, Fall 2016)

(Spring 2016, Fall 2016)

*Utah State University*MATH 1210. Math 1 (beginning & College algebra)

-- This course focuses on fundamental mathematical concepts including quadratic, polynomial and radical equations, linear functions and their graphs, systems of linear equations, functions and their properties, and matrices. Activities include solving problems and using appropriate technological tools.

(Fall 2014)

(Fall 2014)

*ITT Technical Institute*M 149. Secrets of the Infinite

-- Intriguing problems, puzzles, and paradoxes studied from an historical perspective. Hands-on thought experiments follow mathematical ideas as they evolved from ancient beginnings into their modern contexts. Topics vary by semester.

(Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Fall 2010, Spring 2011)

Assisted as an undergraduate fellow.

(Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Fall 2010, Spring 2011)

*Montana State University*Assisted as an undergraduate fellow.

M 147. Language of Mathematics

-- Reading comprehension and writing skills in the language of mathematics; vocabulary, grammar, syntax and logic; emphasis on understanding, expressing, proving, and thinking mathematical thoughts.

(Spring 2013)

(Spring 2013)

*Montana State University*MATH 0995. College Mathematics Preparation

-- Review of introductory algebra concepts. Topics include: manipulating and simplifying expressions; solving equations and inequalities; graphing equations and inequalities. Real world applications including linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, and radical functions.

(Fall 2015)

(Fall 2015)

*Utah State University*MATH 0990. Beginning Algebra

-- A first course in algebra. Real numbers; algebraic expressions; graphing and solving equations and inequalities; operations on polynomials; factoring polynomials; rational expressions and equations; and systems of equations.

(Fall 2014, Spring 2015)

(Fall 2014, Spring 2015)

*Utah State University*SCHOOL OF TEACHER EDUCATION AND LEADERSHIP

TEAL 6551. Assessment & Intervention

-- This course provides practicing teachers a deeper understanding of the various types of assessment and their appropriate use for guiding instruction, intervention and evaluation of student learning.

(Fall 2017, online)

(Fall 2017, online)

*Utah State University*TEAL 6525. Data Analysis & Problem Solving

-- This course provides practicing teachers a deeper understanding of probability and data representation and analysis.

(Fall 2017, online)

(Fall 2017, online)

*Utah State University*TEAL 6524. Geometry & Measurement

-- This course provides practicing teachers a deeper understanding of the geometry and measurement context that exists in the state core and instructional strategies to facilitate the instruction of this content.

(Fall 2017, online)

(Fall 2017, online)

*Utah State University*TEAL 6522. Rational Numbers & Proportional Reasoning

--To provide practicing teachers a deeper understanding of rational numbers, operations with rational numbers, and proportionality, and instructional strategies to facilitate the instruction of this content for elementary students.

(Fall 2017, online)

(Fall 2017, online)

*Utah State University*TEAL 6521. Numbers & Operations

--This course, for K-8 teachers, will cover the content of Number and Operations to develop comprehensive understanding of our number system and relate its structure to computation, arithmetic, algebra, and problem solving.

(Fall 2017, online)

(Fall 2017, online)

*Utah State University*TEAL 6300. Online Elementary Math Teachers Academy

-- This is an exploration of current topics and methods in mathematics education. In the past, topics have included Common Core mathematics content, relevant mathematics in rural settings, and integration of mathematics and children's literature. Students choose three current topics per credit hour.

(Fall 2017, online)

(Fall 2017, online)

*Utah State University*