Jake Wildstrom's Teaching

- Spring 2016 classes
- Previous classes
- Fall 2015 classes
- MATH 387-01
- MATH 151-75

- Spring 2015 classes
- Fall 2014 classes
- Spring 2014 classes
- Fall 2013 classes
- Spring 2013 classes
- Fall 2012 classes
- MATH 105-75
- MATH 311-01

- Spring 2012 classes
- Fall 2011 classes
- Spring 2011 classes
- Fall 2010 classes
- Spring 2010 classes
- Fall 2009 classes
- Spring 2009 classes
- Fall 2008 classes
- Spring 2008
- Fall 2007

- Fall 2015 classes
- General resources

My teaching philosophy is available here in PDF and Postscript formats.

These are some good investigatory links for students or anyone interested in further delving into mathematics:

- Budapest Semesters in Mathematics is, in my opinion, the finest study abroad program in mathematics out there. If you're interested in mathematics or Hungary, or better yet both, it's definitely worth applying.
- The Mathematical Association of America is a American professional-mathematician society, with an emphasis on the pedagogical, outreach, and training aspects of mathematics. They run a great many wonderful programs targetted at budding mathematicians from junior high school through junior faculty.
- MathWorld is a pretty good encyclopediac reference. It's run by Wolfram, so it's kind of Mathematicaesque.
- The Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences is an invaluable resource if you care even the slightest bit about lists of numbers. If you ever need to find a pattern for integers, or integers matching a pattern, this is your resource. It's got Catalan numbers. It's got numerators in the Taylor series of tan(x). It's got the number of strongly connected tournaments on n nodes. It's even got the lyrics to the Boards of Canada song "Aquarius".
- The Art of Problem Solving is not only a wonderful book, but also a useful online resource for anyone, especially high-school students, interested in problem-solving. AoPS is also responsible for the San Diego Math Circle, which is a great opportunity for students in the San Diego area to learn and practice problem-solving skills.

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