...I am a recent graduate from the University of Texas at Austin, majoring in both Biology and Psychology with a mathematics minor and pre-health professions certificate. Before college, I scored 99+ percentile on both the ACT and SAT, receiving several acceptances to schools including Rice Univers... (read more)
...I was a debate competitor during high school, ranking in the top 16 in the state of Texas and the top 100 nationally. I attended many debate competitions, and I am a very experienced public speaker. I have taken numerous high level undergraduate and graduate-level courses in MATLAB, as well as serving as a teaching assistant and grader for courses requiring MATLAB. (read more)
...Teaching three levels of physics on a given day, daily, is an example of the type of differentiation that will be applied based on the needs of the student.
** Taught high school chemistry for couple of years.
** Taught college physics (junior and sophomore level) and calculus 1,2&3 at the univer... (read more)
...I strongly hold the idea that every academic must go through this experience at least for a year since you learn how to meet the very diverse needs of students at all levels while teaching mathematics. I worked as a teaching assistant, lecturer, assistant professor and associate professor and served as an academic advisor. I taught numerous courses both at undergraduate and graduate levels. (read more)
9 Subjects: includingCalculus,Statistics,Geometry,SAT Math
...I graduated from Winston-Salem State University in 2013 with a B.S. in Mathematics (Secondary Education concentration). During my matriculation at WSSU, I was a tutor for the mathematics department from 2009-2012. I also have a Masters of Education in Middle/Secondary Mathematics Education. Currently, I teach Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry. (read more)