This term I am excited to be teaching at St Leonards Senior School in my role as the Research Assistant for the Theory of Knowledge course the final year IB students take. I am designing the course content myself and I look forward to giving the pupils at St Leonards an insight into academic research and to exploring with them how we know what we know when it comes to mathematics during the lectures and tutorials!
In previous semesters I have taught first year undergraduate tutorials (MT1002).
I further teach the CAPOD-funded course Understanding: Key Skills in Applied Maths together with Fiona Macfarlane. Fiona and I have designed the curriculum together and look forward to teaching interested students how to derive mathematical models from biological phenomena such as population dynamics and infectious diseases.
Here you can read more about the Academic Skills in Maths and Stats project and, if you are a St Andrews maths student, you can sign up.
See you there! 🙂