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Krysten DeWilde

Krysten DeWilde

Professor-Mathematics


Building: 61-1622
(909) 274-4652
kdewildeAT_mtsac.edu


BS - Applied Mathematics, UC Riverside

BS - Statistics, UC Riverside

MS - Statistics, UC Riverside


 

Krysten DeWilde

Hello Mountie Math Students!  I earned B.S. degrees in Applied Mathematics and Statistics from UC Riverside in 2012, as well as an M.S. degree in Statistics in 2014. My first experience with teaching was as a teaching assistant in the Statistics Department at UC Riverside. I really enjoyed meeting new students each term and guiding them through their statistics coursework. After that I went on to become an adjunct professor at Chaffey College and Victor Valley College, where I taught for three years.


In Fall 2019, I was hired as a full-time professor at Mt. SAC, and have loved being a part of the campus community ever since. I have a passion for making math interesting and interactive in the classroom, and am excited to work together with each new group of students to create a fun and inclusive learning environment.

 

I am committed to students leaving my statistics courses being able to see that statistics are all around us; to critically analyze data and ask thought-provoking questions that enable the student to uncover the story that is being told; to apply their newfound scientific and ethical framework to understand and make sense of statistical research; and to think beyond the data to identify the implications of a study for past, present, or future analysis.


Hello Mountie Math Students!

I am so excited that you have decided to take Elementary Statistics or Calculus and Analytic Geometry with Support! Your success is important to me, so to help prepare you for the next part of your educational journey, I would like to share some information with you about my courses and classroom environments.

 

Click on one of my classes below to explore the structure and goals of each class.

      • MATH 110 - FALL 2021

        Online Class Search:

        This class will display as "Web" in the online class search, to indicate a fully online class that does NOT have regular class meetings.

         

        Class Structure:

        My class is asynchronous, which means we will not meet online. Course materials, including lecture notes and professor's videos, will be provided on Canvas.

         

        A physical or digital copy of the textbook , MATH 110/110H: Elementary Statistics, 14th Ed., by Triola, is strongly recommended. Free access to StatDisk and Art of Stat is also required. Homework assignments will be in the form of discussion threads, reflections, group wiki pages, computer projects, peer reviews, and worksheets. Assignments and due dates will be released on Sundays.

         

        Required Materials:

        Reliable Internet Connection

        Writing Utensils

        Printer (Strongly Recommended)

        Paper (Printer or Lined)

        Graphing Calculator or App

        Desktop/Laptop/Tablet/Smartphone

        Webcam

        Scanner or Free Scanning App

         

        Content Focus:

        This class will contain contextualized examples focusing social justice issues such as racial injustice, healthcare, voting rights, and more! Through active participation in my class, you will gain (or improve upon) such skills as critically analyzing data and asking thought-provoking questions that enable you to uncover the story that is being told; applying your newfound scientific and ethical framework to understand and make sense of statistical research; and thinking beyond the data to identify the implications of a study for past, present, or future analysis.

      • MATH 180 + MATH 18A FALL 2021

        Online Class Search:

        This class will display as "Web" in the online class search, to indicate a fully online class that does NOT have regular class meetings.

         

        Class Structure:

        This is a corequisite class, which means there is an extra 2 unit portion designed to give extra support in various aspects of the class. We will be using Canvas courses for both Math 180 and Math 18A.


        My class is asynchronous, which means we will not meet online. Course materials, including lecture notes and professor's videos, will be provided on Canvas.

         

        A physical or digital copy of the textbook , MATH 180/181: Calculus, Early Transcendentals, 8th Ed., by Stewart, is strongly recommended. Free access to GeoGebra is also required. Homework assignments will be in the form of discussion threads, reflections, group wiki pages, computer projects, peer reviews, and worksheets. Assignments and due dates will be released on Sundays.

         

        Required Materials:

        Reliable Internet Connection

        Writing Utensils

        Printer (Strongly Recommended)

        Paper (Printer or Lined)

        Scientific Calculator

        Desktop/Laptop/Tablet/Smartphone

        Webcam

        Scanner or Free Scanning App

Our classroom environment will be one that supports your diverse perspectives and honors your identities. Names are very personal and very powerful. The name by which we choose to be called represents who we are. I recognize that calling students by their preferred name is crucial to ensuring that the classroom environment (whether in person or online) is a safe and inclusive space for learning. If you have a preferred first name that you would like me to use, or would like to share your pronouns with me, please feel free to let me know!

 

I would also like to take a moment to acknowledge that Mt. SAC is geographically situated on the traditional lands of the native, indigenous peoples whose land was taken from them. I ask you to join me in acknowledging their community, their elders both past and present, as well as future generations. May we strive to honor the land and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations.

 

Please make sure to log in to your Canvas courses daily to keep up with all announcements, materials, and due dates. Canvas can be accessed through your Mt. SAC portal or at the Mt. SAC Instructure site.


My office hours will be held on Mondays (110) and Wednesdays (180) via Zoom sessions, Canvas Inbox, email, and discussion threads. I look forward to working with everyone, and please feel free to email me if you have any questions.


The Math and Computer Science Department is committed to helping our students achieve their math educational goals. We want you to succeed and excel in transfer-level mathematics. We recognize your potential and are here to support you! Whether you are here to obtain a degree, complete transfer requirements, or simply expand your knowledge, we will strive to provide resources that you may need along your journey. Explore the resources below for more information on how our campus can help you achieve your educational goals.


** This information is subject to change, before the start of the term. Please contact me if you have any questions.


Current Class Schedule:
Name Course ID Title CRN Units Days Start Date End Date Start Time End Time Building / Room
Name Course ID Title CRN Units Days Start Date End Date Start Time End Time Building / Room
DeWilde, Krysten MATH 110 Elementary Statistics 20160 3 08/23/2021 12/12/2021 N/A N/A ONLINE
DeWilde, Krysten MATH 110 Elementary Statistics 20170 3 08/23/2021 12/12/2021 N/A N/A ONLINE
DeWilde, Krysten MATH 110 Elementary Statistics 20179 3 08/23/2021 12/12/2021 N/A N/A ONLINE
DeWilde, Krysten MATH 180 Calculus & Analytic Geom 20356 4 08/23/2021 12/12/2021 N/A N/A ONLINE
DeWilde, Krysten MATH 18A Support for Calculus I 21272 2 08/23/2021 12/05/2021 N/A N/A ONLINE