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Karachi university, Karach Pakistan (Physics)
My childhood was full of hardships, yet I completed my Masters of Physics in 1984 and immediately appointed as a Scientific officer in an Atomic Energy commission ,that career lasted for 6 years as I gave up my career for the betterment of my family in 1990 , Since than I became teacher, and taught for 11 years in the U.A.E school as Mathematics and Science Teacher and than later for 6 years in Pakistan .
We immigrated to the United States in 2008 and are now I am US citizen.
Presently working in Frisco isd
I worked in Garland / Wylie isd (public school ) for grade 6 to 12 as AVID tutor and substitute teacher.
I have successfully completed an Alternate Teacher Certification program and consider to be highly qualified candidate to teacher mathematics by passing the content test by Texas teacher agency (TEA) . I have 12 years of teaching experience as math /science teacher from 1991 to 2007.
I believe my students can learn. I am willing to give extra help. I find ways to make school work interesting, relevant, and comprehensible and use diverse instructional strategies. I have had experience to teaching a variety of students. I strive to form positive relationships with students. I have a good hold on the relevant subjects.
I use assessment data to improve teaching. My childhood was full of hardships, yet I completed my Masters of Physics in 1984 and immediately appointed as a Scientific officer in an Atomic Energy commission ,that career lasted for 6 years as I gave up my career for the betterment of my family in 1990 , Since than I became teacher,
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