Lewis D. Blake, Associate Professor of the Practice Emeritus
I am interested in teaching mathematics and in how students learn mathematics. In particular my activities involve observing how students learn in a classroom setting and in a laboratory setting. I have developed a number of math labs and other interactive projects and activities for students. My interest in teaching also extends to how we train and teach graduate students to become effective teachers themselves.  Contact Info:
Teaching (Summer1 2019):
 MATH 111L.01, LABORATORY CALCULUS I
Synopsis
 Physics 047, MTuWThF 08:45 AM10:45 AM
 MATH 112L.01, LABORATORY CALCULUS II
Synopsis
 Physics 047, MTuWThF 01:00 PM03:00 PM
 Office Hours:
 Wednesday 3:005:00pm in 132 Carr
 Education:
M.A.  Duke University  1978 
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics  Clemson University  1969 
A.B.  Clemson University  1969 
 Research Interests:
Teaching mathematics.
 Recent Publications
(More Publications)
 Lewis Blake and Michael Reed, Laboratory Calculus (20132014)
(August, 2013)
 Lewis Blake and Michael Reed,, Laboratory Calculus (20122013)
(August, 2012)
 Lewis Blake and Michael Reed, Laboratory Calculus (20112012)
(August, 2011)
 Lewis Blake and Michael Reed, Laboratory Calculus (20102011)
(August, 2010)
 Lewis Blake and Michael Reed, Laboratory Calculus, 20092010
(August, 2009)
