Albert Alvarado

M.S. Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin
B.S. Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin

Lecturer of Mathematics

Central Academic Building 348-4
Office (210) 784-2225 ext 2202
Albert.Alvarado@tamusa.edu

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Bio:

Albert Alvarado was born and raised in San Antonio and earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Master of Science in Mathematics at the University of Texas at Austin. He is considered a Master Teacher by the State of Texas.  Albert has experience teaching all common core Mathematics courses at the High School level and has taught College Algebra, Biostatistics, Introduction to Statistics, Business Statistics, Business Calculus and Business and Social Science Mathematics II at the University Level.  He started as an Adjunct Professor at Hallmark University in 2015. In 2016 Albert began as an Adjunct Professor at The University of The Incarnate Word and at Texas A&M University San Antonio. He specializes in Discovery Learning with use of the 5E Model, Project Based Instruction, and Generative Design methodologies. In addition he uses technology based learning including online coursework through Math Connect and MyMathlab as well as desmos and TI84 software as tools for learning. He grew up in the South side of San Antonio and is able to relate well with the students that he teaches at Texas A&M San Antonio and has created positive learning environments for the courses he teaches. As an instructor there is nothing better for him then a student that has put forth the effort in their work and arrives to a newfound understanding and appreciation for the Mathematics they are learning and its application to the real world.