The Pingry School (2015 - 2018)
My most recent teaching position is at The Pingry School in Basking Ridge, NJ. I taught many levels of Computer Science.
- Survey of Computer Science
- Introduction to Programming
- AP Computer Science
- Datastructures and Algorithms
- Independant Research Team -- Blockchain Focus
- Coached girls' cross country
- Lego Robotics (middle school)
- Computer Thinking and Design (Middle School)
Johns-Hopkins University -- Center for Talented Youth (2009 - 2017)
I first worked at Johns-Hopkins University's CTY summer program during the summer of 2009 as an administrative assistant, and ended up filling in as a teaching assistant. I've returned each summer to work in the classroom, and in summer 2012 was promoted to instructor. I love working at CTY, and I hope to return for many years to come. My complete curriculum is available for anyone to use for any purpose without restriction.
- Designed Electrical Engineering curriculum for talented high school students
- Wrote individualized student evaluations for each student
- Coordinated with and managed a teaching assistant
- Ran joint activities with Fundamentals of Computer Science class
- Served as a teaching assistant in Game Theory and Electrical Engineering (2009-2011)
Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science (2014)
My first full time teaching job after finishing my masters degree was in Princeton, NJ at a brand new startup school. I taught there for the spring semester of their first year, and the fall semester of their second year.
- Taught Physics at the AP B level
- Designed the school's computer science curriculum and taught Introduction to Programming
- Wrote the Physics and Computer science program evaluation standards during the accreditation process
- Mentored original student research in Engineering and Computer Science
University of Toledo (2011 - 2013)
While attending the University of Toledo, I was employed as a teaching assistant, and I was responsible for running several undergraduate physics labs as well as some other general grading and help desk tasks.
- Taught over 100 students per semester
- Helped to develop, improve, and rewrite the university's lab manuals
- Graded exams and homework for large lectures
- Supervised the department help desk
ACI Institute (2010 - 2011)
Upon my return to the United States after living in China, I moved to Los Angeles, and found work as a math teacher a supplemental school and tutoring agency called ACI institute. When I started at ACI, it was just another job, but this was my first teaching position when I just began to enjoy teaching my own class.
- Taught pre algebra and geometry
- worked with small classes of 5-20 students
- Wrote my own daily quizes (Geometry, Pre-Algebra)
- Wrote individual student evaluations after each semester.
Guangzhou Worlda Cultural and Educational Services (2010)
After completing my bachelor's degree in January 2010, I was ready for a change of pace, and decided to spend some time in China. Teaching English is an easy job for Americans to get. I signed a one-semester contract with a Guangzhou-based company and bought a plane ticket. My photos from living in China are on this site as well (although they have little to do with my teaching experience).
- Taught over 1100 Chinese primary school (K-5) students
- Wrote my own lesson plans each week
- My lesson plans are available for anyone to use in any way they like
- Taught to students who spoke little or no English
- Taught 6 classes per day