Teaching and mentoring are incredibly rewarding experiences. I’m super fortunate to have had these opportunities to help students in the Berkeley electrical engineering and computer science community. Being a part of course staff and teaching organizations have been highlights of my undergraduate experience.
As instruction has gone virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I thought it would be helpful to compile links to worksheets I’ve created, courses I’ve helped teach, and other resources I like.
CSM is Berkeley’s largest student organization devoted to teaching and mentoring, with over 1500 students and 300 mentors each semester.
Content Mentor (Fall 2020)
As a content mentor, I created worksheets in LaTeX that were used in section by other mentors for EECS 16A: Designing Information Devices and Systems. 16A, the first of Berkeley’s two lower-division EECS classes, introduces topics like linear algebra, circuits, and machine learning fundamentals. You can find this semester’s worksheets and solutions here.
Junior Mentor (Spring 2020)
- 3Blue1Brown’s “Essence of Linear Algebra” videos
- 16A Course Website
- Zoom Link (closed)
- Feedback Form (closed)
Senior Mentor (Spring 2021)
- Course Staff, CS 61B: Data Structures (Spring 2020)
- Office Hours Tutor, Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society (Spring 2020, Fall 2019)
- Tutor, CS 370: Adaptive Instructional Methods in Computer Science (Fall 2019)
- Academic Intern, CS 61A: Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (Spring 2019)