BS Santa Clara University 1989
MS Oregon State University 2001
Students learn by doing not by me showing. Students learn best when they first read the material in the book and try the problems. I believe in group work. Two to four heads are always better than one. If you cannot do a problem, ask a peer. I expect all my students to come to class prepared and ready to learn. If a student gets stuck on something, I give a hint to get them unstuck. I don’t want my students to spin their wheels, but I won’t give the solution. It is my goal to get my students thinking in the right direction.