Johanna N.Y. Franklin


Current Teaching

In Fall 2017, I'm teaching Elementary Set Theory, Logic, and Probability (MATH 045) and Mathematical Probability and Statistics 1 (MATH 137). The Blackboard sites are live, so please check them.

Teaching Experience

Some of my syllabi are linked below. Other materials, including a teaching portfolio, are available upon request.

Hofstra University
Elementary Mathematical Statistics (MATH 008), Fall 2014 (syllabus)
Mathematical Excursions (MATH 030A), Fall 2014 (syllabus)
Elementary Set Theory, Logic, and Probability (MATH 045), Spring 2015, Spring 2016, and Fall 2017 (syllabus)
Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (MATH 071), Spring 2017 (syllabus)
Applications of Probability to Actuarial Problems (MATH 103), Spring 2016 and Spring 2017 (syllabus)
Introduction to Higher Mathematics (MATH 114), Spring 2015 (syllabus)
Linear Algebra (MATH 135A), Fall 2014 (syllabus)
Mathematical Probability and Statistics 1 (MATH 137), Fall 2015, 2016, and 2017 (syllabus, Fall 2015 haikus, and Fall 2016 haikus)
Mathematical Probability and Statistics 2 (MATH 138), Spring 2016 and Spring 2017 (syllabus, Spring 2016 haikus, and Spring 2017 haikus)
History of Mathematics (MATH 155), Spring 2017 (syllabus)
Advanced Calculus (MATH 171), Fall 2016 (syllabus and haikus)

University of Connecticut
History of Mathematics (Math 2720), Fall 2013
Honors Calculus I (Math 1151), Fall 2013
Honors Multivariable Calculus (Math 2130), Fall 2011
Applied Linear Algebra (Math 2210), Fall 2011
Elementary Differential Equations (Math 2410), Fall 2012
Transition to Advanced Mathematics (Math 2710), Spring 2012 , Fall 2012, and Spring 2014
Probability (Math 3160), Spring 2012, Spring 2013, and Spring 2014
Topics in Mathematical Logic (Math 5026), Spring 2013 (description)

Dartmouth College
Introduction to Calculus (Math 3), Fall 2010
Calculus of Vector-valued Functions (Math 13), Winter 2011 (2 sections) (website)
Discrete Probability (Math 20), Spring 2011 (website)

University of Waterloo
Algebra for Honors Mathematics, Winter 2010

National University of Singapore
Combinatorial Analysis, Spring 2009 (syllabus)
Set Theory, Fall 2007 and Fall 2008 (syllabus)
Discrete Structures (School of Computing), Spring 2008 (Tutorial responsibilities)
Reverse Mathematics, Fall 2008 (Short course for graduate students)
Topics in Undergraduate Mathematics, Spring 2009 (Independent study in logic)

University of California, Berkeley (Graduate Student Instructor)
Analytic Geometry and Calculus, Fall 2006
Introduction to Logic (Department of Philosophy), Spring and Fall 2005

University of California, Berkeley (Reader)
Mathematical Logic, Spring and Fall 2003

Carnegie Mellon University (Teaching Assistant)
Calculus for Humanities Students, Fall 1998
Differential Calculus and Integral Calculus, Spring 1999 and Spring 2001
Concepts of Mathematics, Fall 1999, Spring 2000, and Fall 2000

National University of Singapore (Advanced Student Mentor, 2006 Summer School in Logic)
Discussion section in set theory and recursion theory for first- and second-year graduate students.

Johns Hopkins University (Instructor, Center for Talented Youth),
Cryptology, Summer 2004 and Summer 2005
Mathematical Reasoning, Summer 2001

Teaching workshops attended at UConn

W Teaching Orientation (a workshop on teaching writing courses)
Promoting Student Engagement in the Classroom
Using Informal Writing in Small and Large Classes

Teaching workshops attended at Dartmouth

Teaching Science Seminar: Science and Writing: A Dialogue
Orientation to Teaching at Dartmouth

Teaching workshops attended at NUS

Ideas on Assessing and Improving Presentations
Teaching a Large Class and (gasp!) Loving It

Teaching workshops and conferences attended at Berkeley

Teaching Conference (required for all new TAs at Berkeley)
GSI Professional Standards and Ethics Online Course (required for all new TAs at Berkeley)
Teaching a Large Lecture Course
Syllabus and Course Design