### Math pedagogy discussion group

### Courses at McGill

I typically have lots of material I use in my courses that I am happy to share with instructors, send me an email if that is your case!

**Winter 2023**

*Math 111: Mathematics for Education Students**Math 315: Ordinary Differential Equations*

**Fall 2023**

Math 263:* *Ordinary Differential Equations for Engineers

**Winter 2023**

*Math 315: Ordinary Differential Equations**Math 319: Partial Differential Equations*

**Fall 2022**

Math 133:* **Linear Algebra and Geometry*

**Winter 2022**

*Math 264: Advanced Calculus for engineers
Math 315: Ordinary Differential Equations*

**Fall 2021**

Math 133:* **Linear Algebra and Geometry*

**Winter 2021**

Math 263: *Ordinary Differential Equations for Engineers*

**Fall 2020**

Math 133:* **Linear Algebra and Geometry*

**Winter 2020**

Math 315: *Ordinary Differential Equations*

**Fall 2019**

Math 133:* **Linear Algebra and Geometry*

Math 262: *Intermediate Calculus*

### Advice on how to be succesful in math courses

Here's a video with some advice on how to study in university, and in math courses in particular. I made this interview with a Harvard student when I worked there. I thought McGill students might find a lot of this advice useful too! (*Math 1b* at Harvard is basically integral calculus, or calculus 2.) And here are some more tips!

### Past Formal Teaching

See links on the left for classes I have taught in the past, at Harvard and MIT.

### Informal Teaching

I also like to do other kinds of teaching than my formal classes! See other links on the left for more info.