B.A., San Francisco State University; C. Phil., University of California, Berkeley |

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I have been teaching at CCSF since 2013, after retiring from operating streetcars for the San Francisco Municipal Railway for 24 years, in 2003.

Thank you for your interest in my background and teaching philosophy! Mathematics is a fascinating subject that can seem intimidating at times. My experience has taught me that, with encouragement and support, it becomes very much less intimidating, very much more understandable, and can even be enjoyable! My goal is to get you to see mathematics as a system of knowledge, so that it makes sense to you and you can build on what you learn in whatever field you choose to undertake. Basic math is so important for future progress, as a foundation for whatever you do, whether its a career in science, medicine, statistical analysis, education, social studies, or even mathematics! I will be honored if you choose to take my class and let me teach you this fascinating, sometimes challenging, often rewarding subject.

I have participated three committees that redesigned the basic math curriculum at City College. We made the progress through the basic courses smoother and more efficient, with an emphasis on additional assistance available to students as part of their learning experience. I have also led an inquiry in the Department about the role of Inspiration in teaching and learning mathematics.

Currently, I am participating in an exchange of ideas with other instructors on a Community of Practices Committee. Also, a new State law mandates what may be some dramatic changes in the way we teach basic mathematics at CCSF. I am participating in the investigation, and implications for implementation of those changes, to the greatest extent possible in my available discretionary time.

At Wayne County Community College in Detroit, Michigan, I helped design a non-textbook curriculum for basic mathematics that emphasized understanding and experience for learning.

One of my great passions is Western classical music, both symphonic, and opera. My partner and I have season tickets for the San Francisco Symphony, and we visit the Opera, and the Ballet too! We like to attend the pre-performance lectures to learn all about what we will hear and see. I also enjoy antique mechanics, especially pocket watches produced from 1750 to 1960. When the Watch Repair Course was offered at CCSF, I went every week on my days off and during vacations for five years, so that I could really get inside the mechanisms! Lately, I have become very concerned about the environment, about the loss of democracy, and the tremendous economic inequality that is causing so much hardship worldwide. I am supporting the effort to "change the game" by making the system work for all, with no one left out, while reducing the demand for things that are destroying our planet and our lives.

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Prof. Blundell has been teaching at CCSF since 2002

I help students learn to read, write, and speak about quantitative problems in a clear and logical manner. I believe that we can all use mathematics, not only to solve the everyday problems of science, engineering, medicine, and business, but perhaps more importantly to develop and extend our problem solving skills as we struggle to internalize the thought processes of those individuals throughout history who have occasionally introduced radical new tools of analysis. I view education as a life-long process; it is an end as well as a means.

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B.S., University of California, Berkeley; M.S., University of Colorado, Boulder; M.A., San Francisco State University |

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A.B., M.A., Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley |

Prof. De Primo has been teaching at CCSF since 1982

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B.S. in Mathematics, Stony Brook University; M.S. in Applied Mathematics, Stony Brook University |

Mr. Fredericks has been teaching at CCSF since 2002.

Mr. Fredericks has been a member of the Grading Policies Sub-Committee.

Chair, Mathematics Department UC Berkeley : BA in Mathematics |

Prof. Fuchs has been teaching at CCSF since 2010

PHD in Mathematics |

Prof. Gavryshova has been teaching at CCSF since 1999

I like to visit Opera and Symphony Hall, hiking in the mountains, and watch waves. Also I like meet my dear friends at my home, and surprise them with my new recipe.

B.A. in Mathematics from New York University; M.S. in Mathematics from Brown University. |

Prof. Greenberg has been teaching at CCSF since 2010

BA, Wesleyan University, 2008 |

Clare has been teaching at CCSF since 2016

B.A., Princeton University; M.A., Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley |

Mr. Hellerstein has been teaching at CCSF since 1987.

Mr. Hellerstein's educational philiosophy is part routine, part Socratic, part dramatic. His goals are: "To pass my classes, sustain regular study."

He has published "Diamond, a Paradox Logic" and "Delta, a Paradox Logic."

A.A., City College of San Francisco; B.A., M.A., San Francisco State University |

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B.A., University of California, Berkeley; M.A., University of California, Los Angeles |

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M. S. Mathematics 2006, California State University, Hayward |

Professor Huntsman was hired as Math Lab Coordinator in March 2002 and became full-time faculty in Fall 2006.

In every class he teaches his goals for his students include the following: 1. Learn some math and some of its applications; 2. Learn to communicate more effectively, both verbally and in writing, about mathematics; 3. Increase self-confidence; 4. See how math can relate to life; 5. Take another step toward completing their academic goals; 6. Develop their mathematical and general analytic skills to understand the world; 7. Grow as people and students of mathematics.

Prior to coming to CCSF, Professor Huntsman taught both Math and English at the University of Colorado from 1989 to 1998. In the Bay Area, he worked in the "Math Lab" at Ohlone College before finding his home at City College.

In addition to Mathematics and English, Professor Huntsman has studied Education and Marriage & Family Therapy at the graduate level.

BS in mathematics (with High Honors) UC Berkeley 2003 |

Prof. Ivanov has been teaching at CCSF since 2013

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M.S. in Mathematics, Moscow State University; |

Prof. Karshtedt has been teaching at CCSF since 2014

B.S., University of Colorado |

Professor King has been teaching at CCSF since 2007.

He will be teaching MATH 80 PROBABILITY & STATISTICS, ONLINE during Spring Semester 2008.

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A.B., University of California, Berkeley; M.A., University of California, Los Angeles |

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B.S., University of Hawaii; M.A., University of California, Berkeley |

Prof. Liu has been teaching at CCSF since 2002

B.A. in Mathematics, U. of Montana, 1998 |

Prof. Lockman has been teaching at CCSF since 2010

I believe that everyone is capable of learning math at the highest levels available at City College. For some it may take a shift of mindset, for others it may seem easy, but all will have to work hard (even those who find it to be easy).

Professional experience: 2 years as editor for math curriculum Key Curriculum Press 2 years as Projects Coordinator for The Geometer's Sketchpad

Extracurricular activities:photography, mathematical art

M.A., Mathematics, University of California, Davis |

Prof. Low has been teaching at CCSF since 2018.

I believe that one of the reasons we learn math is to better serve the people around us. It can be helping your partner to understand the amortization schedule for the mortgage on your new home. Or figuring out if a hospital should switch to a new medication or keep the old one. I want all of my students to build their mathematical background so that they may better participate in their communities.

B.S., University of California, Davis; M.A., University of California, Los Angeles |

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B.S.Geophysics, M.A.Mathematics, University of Kentucky |

Prof. Martin has been teaching at CCSF since 2000

Please wait until the first day of class to purchase textbooks or email me for cost saving information.

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B.S. in Geology; University of Massachusetts, Amherst and an M.A. in Mathematics; University of California, Santa Barbara |

Prof. McLanahan has been teaching at CCSF since 2003

PhD, Mathematics, U.C. Davis |

Prof. Mohammadzadeh has been teaching at CCSF since Fall 2011

I aim to create a community of learners within my classroom who are comfortable pooling their efforts and resources to excel. My goal is that every one of my students becomes more mathematically advanced, as well as becoming better critical thinkers.

I live in San Francisco with my wife, Molly, and my sons, Atticus and Riyaz. My hobbies include watching, analyzing, and thinking about Mixed Martial Arts; baseball (SF Giants); camping and hiking; cats; farming and local food issues; voting theory and reform; general science junkie.

A.B., M.A., University of California, Berkeley |

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B.A., University of Chicago |

Prof. Nanjo has been teaching at CCSF since 2015

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MS in Applied Mathematics from California State University, East Bay |

Prof. Page has been teaching at CCSF since 2012

Mathematics is the language that describes the world around us. In my courses I try to bring out and cultivate Mathematical skills and vocabulary scholars already have to help them describe the world in which they inhabit.

For Ron's Personal WebPage please follow this link: http://xlpage.wix.com/ronpage2

B.S.Engr., Shanghai College, China; M.S., Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi |

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B. A. in mathematics, Webster University; M.A. in mathematics, Washington University; M.B.A., Olin School of Business at Washington University |

Prof. Peterson has been teaching at CCSF since 2002

Chair, Mathematics Department B.A., Ohio University; M.A., University of California, Berkeley |

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MA SFSU 2012 |

Mousa has been teaching at City since 2013

I aim to engage students in developing an active, creative attitude towards solving mathematics problems.

PhD Mathematics(Computability), University of Florida. |

Prof. Riazati has been teaching at CCSF since 2015

Bring your reasoning and imagination power to classroom. Eventually that is all you need to change your world and the others'. Let us enhance our vision with critical thinking and the ability to analyze observations. Join us to build models, and study the world.

One may be able to imagine to have somethings, but may never imagine what is it like to understand or to know something. Learning is a mysterious journey. Life has drastically changed and has given a few the handles to move the world. Like it or not you need to learn math to understand how the world moves these days. And you need a lot of Math if you want to modify or change the world...

1. Minimal extensions of Pi-0-1 classes, Mathematical Logic Quarterly, Volume 51, Issue 2, pages 206–216, February 2005, John Wiley.

2. On The Lattice of Pi-0-1 Classes. Univ. of Florida Thesis, 2001.

3. member of AMS, ASL, HARP, ...

Mountain Biking, Hiking, Reading and still on a bumpy road to teaching MATHEMATICS.

BS Physics, BA Math - San Francisco State University |

Prof. Roitman has been teaching at CCSF since 2013

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A.B., University of California, Berkeley |

Professor Saunders has been teaching at CCSF since 1995.

Instructional/educational philosophy and goals: I believe that everyone can learn math, given the right environment, and that the feeling of accomplishment you gain from completing your goals is well worth the effort it requires. I believe in breathing, homework, making a lot of mistakes, learning from your mistakes, practice, laughter, group work, engaged students, energetic classrooms and barefoot teachers.

For more information, please go to mathspider.org

When I manage to eke out a little spare time, I enjoy photography, writing poetry and pyrotechnics.

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B.S., Computer Science, San Francisco State University |

Prof. Shao has been teaching at CCSF since 2013

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B.S. in Mathematics from Yale University |

Mr. Teti was first hired as an LTS for the Fall of 1995. He was hired tenure-track starting in the Fall of 1996 and was awarded tenure in 1998. You can find some more information about his classes at https://sites.google.com/a/mail.ccsf.edu/fteti.

I try my best to give my students a sense of the beauty and wonder inherent in mathematics. I want my students to have a positive attitude toward the subject matter. I work hard to motivate them to leave the classroom eager to read their texts and start their homework. I hope they will someday feel the sense of empowerment that comes form having mastered as much mathematics as they possibly can.

Education Technology Department Chair

Academic Senate First Vice President

Education Policies Committee Chair

AGS Board Secretary of Extension and Eligibility

AGS Chapter Omega Co-Advisor

I belong to the Council for Mathematics in the California Community Colleges (a.k.a. CMC3). I have been a co-chair of the S.F. Pride's Safety Subcommittee.

Once a month some friends of mine and I get together and watch Dr. Who episodes.

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BS Math UTEP 1977 |

Fall 2004

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 don’t 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.

B.S. in Mathematics, Moscow State University of Railway Engineering; Ph.D. in Mathematics, Tomsk State University |

Prof. Vysotskiy has been teaching at CCSF since 2009

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MS Mathematics | Wichita State University | 2009 |

Shawn Wiggins has been teaching at CCSF since 2014

Hello!

I am native to California, but I spent most of my life forming in the Central Plains of Kansas and the Appalachian Mountains in North Carolina. I have been fortunate to spend a lot of time in the natural world, so I'd love to talk about climbing, hiking, landscape photography, etc.

I earned an M.S. in Mathematics focusing on Dynamical Systems. As an undergraduate, I minored in Computer Science, so I hope my educational experience is relevant to some of today's major industries. I worked as an audio engineer while in school, so I'm always happy to talk about compressors, synthesizers, and phase cancellation. In my free time, I volunteer at the SF Botanical Garden working with GIS data.

I am constantly in awe of the student body at CCSF. This school hosts some of the most interesting and captivating students I have ever encountered. I will do my best to push your limits of understanding mathematical concepts, but I hope my classes will make you feel welcomed and will help you reach your goals. In return, I can't wait to see how you continue to provide back to this creative community.

It is an honor to work here.

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