17 years experience, K-12 bilingual teacher. I excel at writing lectures. I am able to organize even complex material in a way that students can grasp the topic. I am skilled at breaking complicated concepts into simple examples. My lecturing style is very clear and engaging. I am versatile and can lecture with power point or with chalk and blackboard. Especially in courses I have taught before, I can readily go ”off script” and talk more in depth about any concept students seem particularly interested in. I also manage my courses in a professional manner.
I love learning and discovering new things. I believe that the pursuit of knowledge is the most important and fulfilling human endeavor. This is why I have made a teacher my career. I have been teaching for 17 years, I have become part of this cycle, and I enjoy it as much as doing research. Over the years, I have come to recognize that a fundamental quality of a good teacher is that the Teacher himself is learning as he teaches. He is learning how the students think, what their difficulties are, and how to be a more effective teacher. One might teach the same subject many times and discover new subtleties each time. Although this is not necessarily unique to mathematics, I believe it to be especially true in mathematics. Teaching mathematics is, in this way, a synergistic activity. I have heard some of my colleagues remark that they dread teaching the same class over and over again; however, I have never minded teaching the same class many times, as every time affords me a unique experience. I never teach a class the same way twice, because I draw on my previous experiences, and make adjustments, such as adding new material or even taking an entirely a new approach. My teaching experience consists of 17 years as a Bilingual teacher K-12 my duties included developing a curriculum for GT gifted and talented students.
First Certificate /British Council COTE / British Council Special Recognition MA University of Colorado
I studied at the School of Education in Cuernavaca Mexico and later did postgraduate study at the University of Colorado . In 2010 earned a master’s degree in Educational Equity & Cultural Diversity (EECD).
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