MAT 475, MAT 598
    Teaching Practicum
    Fall 2014

Tony Phillips, Instructor
Math 3-113, 632-8259
tony at

Nissim Ranade, Assistant
Physics D-101
nissim at

Meetings: Tues, Thurs 9-10 AM in Math 4-130.

Week 1 Bring your teaching schedule with rooms and times so we can begin setting up initial class visits. Consult the checklist before and after your first classes.

Schedule of classroom visits, October 6-20.
Trigonometry for Adults

Stony Brook University Syllabus Statement:

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Octiber 19, 2014