TEACHING EXPERIENCE

CS 106A: Programming Methodology

Winter 2015, Spring 2015

CS 106A is Stanford’s introductory Computer Sceince course. As a Section Leader, I was in charge of teaching a section of 12 students each week. I also staffed in our CS tutoring center (the CS 106A equivalent of office hours), graded my student’s assignments and held one-on-one interactive grading sessions to review every assignment with each student. Section leaders also grade the midterms and finals, and in Spring 2015, I assisted the lecturer in writing the final.

Overall Teaching Preformance
Spring 2015

5 out of 5

Overall Teaching Preformance
Winter 2015

4.7 out of 5

CS 1C: Introduction to Computing at Stanford

Autumn 2015

CS 1C is a course taught in dorms, primarily to first year students, on computer maintenance and security, resources, Internet privacy, and more. I taught the section in my own dorm as a part of my job as the Resident Computer Consultant.

CS 2C: Introduction to Media Production

Winter 2016

CS 2C is and in-drom class and covers media production tools, including Photosop, and video and music editing software. I taught the section in my own dorm as a part of my job as the Resident Computer Consultant.