My personal learning experience – past and present – influence the way I teach. The content that I need to cover in a course determines the delivery style and types of assessment. When teaching lower-level courses, I share examples that students can relate to in their other course work or daily life. When teaching upper-level courses, group projects are included not only to cement students' understanding of the content, but also to encourage peer teaching. Recently, I attempt to design courses to impart both statistic knowledge and employability skills to the students.

University of Waterloo

  • STAT 211 Introductory Statistics and Sampling for Accounting
  • STAT 202 Introductory Statistics for Scientists
  • STAT 221 Statistics (Non-specialists)
  • STAT 330 Mathematical Statistics
  • STAT 331 Applied Linear Models
  • STAT 332 Sampling and Experimental Design
  • STAT 932 Methods for Randomized Trials

Simon Fraser University

  • STAT 430 Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments
  • STAT 402 Generalized Linear and Nonlinear Modeling