THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN (Biology and Spanish)
My passion for teaching comes from years of learning and interacting with a variety of students of all levels and ages. After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with double major in Biology and Spanish, and eight years of laboratory Neuroscience research in the Houston Medical Center area with four co-author publications, I began the most rewarding career of my life as a teacher. I have been teaching officially for eight years. I hold my science composite teacher certification since 2008, and began teaching at the high school level, while tutoring many students of all ages along the way. Currently, I am teaching adult ESL through the Houston Community College System, which has been a very rewarding experience as well. However, the success my students have had has been the most rewarding experience yet.
I am very dedicated to my goal. My goal is to help the community improve the quality of life. As we know, the most powerful tool to improving in such, requires a solid education. With my background and knowledge, I am sure I can provide the means for any student to succeed in the field they want to eventually become the best citizen they have ever dreamed of.
For my science background, I hold a BA in Biology from The University of Texas at Austin with eight years of science research, while accomplishing four co-author publications in Neuron, Vision Research, Journal of Neuroscience, and Developmental Biology. I taught four very successful years as a core instructor in high school Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, while leading our team to success in the Houston area Science Fairs.
I also hold a BA in Spanish from The University of Texas at Austin along with 43 years of living experience in the Spanish language. I have tutored many students in this area with great success as well.
With great hope and a positive attitude, I look forward to hearing from you as one of my students and begin a rewarding experience you will cherish for life. My passion for teaching comes from years of learning and interacting with a variety of students of all levels and ages. After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with double major in Biology and Spanish, and eight years of laboratory Neuroscience research in the Houston Medical Center area with four co-author publications, I began
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