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The University of Texas at Dalals (Political Science)
The University of Texas at Dalals (Master's)
Hi! I am a third year PhD student in political science at UT Dallas. My program is very data driven, utilizing advanced statistics and research methodology, but this is combined with extensive training in political theory, history and comparative studies.
The subjects I am most skilled in teaching are related to Algebra and American History/Politics. I have been a teaching assistant at UT Dallas for over two years now, and have taught lectures in American Constitutional Law as well as International Law. I will also be teaching a government course next summer.
I am pursuing my PhD because of my love for teaching. My goal is to become a college professor where I can teach subjects pertaining to politics and social science research. Feel free to send me a message and ask how I could help you with whatever subject is giving you trouble. I look forward to meeting you!
Algebra was my best subject in school, and I have retained that knowledge well. I also am capable in tutoring (pre) calculus and statistics, as I use that knowledge on a regular basis, as well as geometry and algebra II. However, I am probably best at teaching algebra I and lower levels of math.
My bachelor's degree is in political science, where I took courses in history, political philosophy/theory, government and politics (both American and international relations). In my graduate training, my primary field of study is law and courts as well as American politics. I have extremely well-versed in American history and I have extensive knowledge in how governments and politics operate.
I am both a student and a teacher, constantly in learning environments and continuously in a student mindset. I will be able to tutor you with an intimate knowledge of what it is like to be a student. Every good teacher needs to be able to communicate lessons with an understanding of how students think and learn: I am more than up to that challenge. Hi! I am a third year PhD student in political science at UT Dallas. My program is very data driven, utilizing advanced statistics and research methodology, but this is combined with extensive training in
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