Gail Small, Ph.D.
Mathematics Professor
Truckee Meadows Community College
Red Mountain Building 
Room 419
7000 Dandini Blvd.
Reno, Nevada 89512
Phone: 775/850-4045
Email: gsmall@tmcc.edu
Website: www.tmcc.edu
Office Hours Fall 2020
Dr. Gail Small's Google Meet Office Hours
Weekly on Tuesday, Thursday, 2:30 – 5:00pm
‪(US) +1 609-664-0511‬ PIN: ‪441 537 704‬#
 Please email Dr. Small for other appointment times at gsmall@tmcc.edu
Expect to spend 9 - 12 hours outside of class time  per week on homework and study  in order to earn a passing grade in class.
On-line classes, expect to spend 40-70 hours on your on-line course per semester.
Homework and Testing will be done on interactive software called MyMathLab (MML). For Statistics, all work and testing is done on MyStatLab (MSL).
All students will need regular access to an on-line computer to complete homework assignments and Tests.
You may email me directly through your email server. The best way to contact me is via email: gsmall@tmcc.edu
First day of class - please come to class with your MML Access Code.
Math 127 On-Line Section 3001 & 3002
Fall 2020 
Stat 152 on-line Section 3001
Fall 2020 
Math 96 Remote Section 1013 & 1014
Fall 2020
Math 127 MW  11:00 am Section 1001
Spring 2020
Course Outline with dates and assignments
Math 126 On Line Section 3002
                         Spring 2020 
Student Guide for Online classes
Tutoring and Learning Center
 Testing Center for Accuplacer
 Financial Aid
 Academic Advisement
 Everything you need to know about MyMathLab
 Graphing calculator link
 Nevada Regents' Teaching Award 2008

TMCC Outstanding Teacher of the Year 1994

MathCo Proposal for Developmental Math and Study Skills
 Assessment Workbook for Teaching Mathematics before Calculus by Gail Small.
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  Calculus, Math 176 Students Assess the course and their learning.

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Research on Developmental Math

 The Flipped Classroom - PowerPoint

The Flipped Classroom - for Teachers.

 The Flipped Classroom - for Students.

Students Present Climate Change Project.

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Sabbatical 2001-2002 Project.Assessment Workbook for Teaching Mathematics before Calculus.

Sabbatical 2017Implementing Recommendations in Math at TMCC