Dear potential students, Math has always been my favorite subject, but I understand that not everyone shares my feeling on the subject. I received my bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Texas A&M - Kingsville. I worked at as an engineering assistant with the Texas Department of Transportation and for the City of Dallas. I then began to teach at a private school. Finally, I went back to school to receive my graduate degree in Mathematics from Texas Woman's University in Denton. With ... [more]
I teach College Algebra (similar to high school - Algebra 2) at Tarrant County College. I teach this course practically every semester (to included summer sessions). I color code most of my lessons that helps the majority of my students learn the material. I also teach how to use the calculator efficiently and effectively.
Math for Teachers is a course that dives deep into geometry. I teach teachers how to teach geometry by using fun activities that will help them remember and fully comprehend the material. I can teach you (or your student) the same methods!
I have been teaching Trigonometry at Tarrant County College for the last 3-4 years. I enjoy teaching this course and know how to break the topics down so that students can fully comprehend the material.
I love statistics! I am able to break down the information so that it will be easy to remember and understand. I will also help you effectively and efficiently use the a graphing calculator (TI 83 or TI 84).
I received my Master's in Mathematics from Texas Woman's University in December 2013. One of my required courses was symbolic logic, which I received an A. A year after taking the course, I was asked to be an assistant teacher/tutor for the undergraduate logic class. I am also college professor who teaches a variety of undergraduate math courses.