Jie Sun | sjie@mtu.edu |

Teaching Experiences

Primary Instructor in Mathematics, Michigan Technological University, 2013-present

- Theory of Numbers with Technology MA 4908, Spring 2017
- Mathematical Sciences Project MA 4900, Fall 2016
- Theory of Numbers with Technology MA 4908, Spring 2016
- Calculus with Technology I MA 1161, Fall 2015
- Theory of Numbers with Technology MA 4908, Spring 2015
- Calculus with Technology I MA 1161, Fall 2014
- Theory of Numbers with Technology MA 4908, Spring 2014
- Calculus with Technology I MA 1161, Fall 2013
- Theory of Numbers
with Technology MA 4908, Spring 2013

- Abstract Algebra Math 113, Summer
2012.

- Calculus and Vectors Mat 1339 B (66 students) in Winter 2010.
- Calculus and Vectors Mat 1339 A
(156 students) in Fall 2009.

- Number Theory Math 324 B1 (7 students) in Summer 2009.
- Linear Algebra Math 120 D1 (89 students) in Fall 2007.
- Linear Algebra Math 120 B1 (19 students) in Summer 2007.

- Lecturing Math 100/102/113 computer labs and problem solving sessions.
- Tutoring undergraduate students in Math Help Sessions, proctoring exams and grading assignments.

- Lecturing problem solving sessions for Calculus and Probability Theory.

Teaching Professional Development

Practicum in University Teaching, University of Ottawa, 2009-2010

- Practicum in University Teaching
(ESG 8300) is a credit
course oﬀered by the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and
the Centre for University Teaching (CUT) to strengthen the
academic teaching careers of participants.

- Completed more than 20 hours of instructional workshops which provide valuable tools to enhance teaching and to offer a better learning experience to students.
- Observed
the teaching practices of an experiences professor
and discussed university pedagogy on several occasions.

- Two of my classroom teaching events were observed by an experienced professor and I received constructive feedback to improve my teaching.
- Completed teaching dossier (2009-2010)approved by CUT
appraiser.

- University Teaching Program is offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research and the University Teaching Services with the aim of developing graduate students' ethical, philosophical and practical basis for careers in post-secondary teaching.
- Completed more than 50 hours of formal classroom training which covers a wide range of theoretical teaching topics through seminars and workshops.
- Three of my teaching events were videotaped for interactive feedback, discussion and assessment by the assigned teaching mentor and University Teaching Services appraiser.
- Completed teaching dossier (2004-2009) approved by University Teaching Services appraiser.

- Completed over 10 hours of seminar talks given by faculty members with demonstrated strengths in teaching from the Department of Mathematics and statistical sciences. These talks addressed some specific difficulties of teaching math courses at the university level.

Academic Activities Coordinator for Graduate Students, University of Alberta, 2008-2009

- Organized three diﬀerent series of seminars: Graduate Colloquium, History of Mathematics and How to Teach Math with over 20 talks given by faculty members, graduate students and visiting scholars.
- Graduate Colloquium
Recommendations
is a document created by the Graduate Colloquium organizing committee
to help graduate students improve their mathematics presentation skills.