Applied Mathematics (Computer Science)
Texas State University (Graduate Coursework)
My interest in education started back in middle school when my history teacher suggested I look in the field because she thought I would be a good teacher. As I went through High School I would tutor my friends at Math when they had trouble causing me to focus more on what I wanted to do.
I continued my education off at Austin Community College for freshman year and then transferred to Texas State University For their education Department. During my junior year at Texas State I took Foundations of computer science 1 and feel in love with programming. I immediately changed my minor to computer science. I have learned in depth on how to program in C, C++, and MIPS as well as experimented with python, java and HTML. My background includes lesson planning, strong mathematics and computer science knowledge, problem solving, and great people skills.
I have my mathematics degree and really enjoy helping understand how the concepts of math work. I love C++ and know how to troubleshoot code and can help give you a great understanding of the concepts.
My interest in education started back in middle school when my history teacher suggested I look in the field because she thought I would be a good teacher. As I went through High School I would tutor my friends at Math when they had
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