Danny Vo

Photo of Danny Vo Department Mathematics Department 
 Office Batmale Hall 762
 Phone (415) 239-3555
 Mailbox L112
 E-Mail dvo@ccsf.edu
 Home Page http://fog.ccsf.edu/dvo/
 Fall 2013 
 Office Hours
Fall 2013 Teaching Schedule
MATH 40 Elementary Algebra 4.0
PREREQ.: MATH E1 or E3 or MATH 35 or 835; OR placement in MATH 40 or 840
72676 405 L/C MTWRF 12:10-02:00PM 08/18-10/13 BATL U613 Deadlines Final Book
Students who successfully complete MATH 40-405 (which meets 8/18 to 10/13) are guaranteed enrollment in MATH 60-405 (which meets 10/16 to 12/11). These are intensive, condensed classes.
MATH 60 Intermediate Algebra 4.0
PREREQ.: MATH 40 or 840; OR placement into MATH 60 or 860 ADVISE: MATH 50 or 850 or 55 or 855
70585 405 L/C MTWRF 12:10-02:00PM 10/16-12/11 BATL U613 Deadlines Final Book MATH 75 Math Analysis For Business 3.0
PREREQ.: MATH 92 or 60 or 860
70476 003 Lec M W F 02:10-03:00PM BATL U713 Deadlines Final Book 70478 005 Lec T R 09:40-10:55AM BNGL A701 Deadlines Final Book MATH 110B Calculus II 4.0
72496 004 L/C MTWRF 11:10-12:00PM BATL U613 Deadlines Final Book WAIT LIST

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Masterís of Science in Mathematics. Washington State University, 1999.
Bachelorís of Science in Mathematics, Washington State University, 1997.
Associate of Arts, Columbia Basin College, 1995.

I have been teaching at CCSF since 2000.

I have taught a wide range of community college mathematics courses from beginning courses such as Math E, Elementary Algebra and Intermediate Algebra to upper-level courses such as Calculus, Statistics and Linear Algebra.

I feel quite fortunate to be a professor in such a diverse community as the Bay Area, especially at CCSF since my students are diverse in age and ethnic background as well as representing groups of varying sexual orientations and various learning and physical abilities.

I have dedicated myself to my career and my students and I always go the extra mile to help my students, particularly if they have challenges in learning math due to disabilities, difficulties due to their backgrounds such as ESL or weak backgrounds in math.

After every class, I donít feel that it is a victory for me to have given a great lecture, but rather I delight in seeing my students understand the material.

In my free time, I love snowboarding, biking, playing guitar and enjoying time with friends and family.

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