- Teaches students:
- Ages 15+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- May 1990
I began as tutor in 1990 (Guayaquil, Ecuador), when I was at high school. It was my real first job. Then, when I was at college, I taught at a public high school for 5 years. After that, I was instructor in the same university I studied and then moved to Chile to get a M. Sc. degree in Statistics and continued working as instructor of many topics (physics, pre calculus, statistics, project management, probabilities, inference, sampling, and more related). My last job was Chairman of Statistical Engineering (+2y) and, obviously, instructor of related topics.
I moved to USA after I got married, and I am starting a new life here. I am sure I can help you understanding the wonderful world of mathematical sciences. Feel free to contact me for any additional information.
Math Lab tutor from Algebra, Calculus, Statistics, etc.
Consistently improve the parishioner and donations databases, and analyze parishioner characteristics such as geographic location, gender, and age. Meticulously analyze donations and contributions data, getting optimal conclusions.
Engaged in several research projects, including CAPM applied to the Chilean stock market; seasonal adjust of retail trade’s, time series’ sea-level historical data filtering and analysis; and diagnostic techniques as applied to build optimal portfolios.
• Improved student participation in regional/national statistical meetings, and served on the Curricular Commission to determine activities related to selected career goals.
• Implemented a new statistical computing lab to develop student skills in R, SPSS and MS Excel.
• Enhanced a database with complete data regarding career graduates, actual workplaces, and current employers.
Delivered instruction in multiple courses/topic areas, including Probabilities, Statistical Inference, Statistical Sampling, Statistical Models, Experiments Design, Financial Mathematics, Econometric, Time Series, Statistical Modeling, Introduction to R Programming, Introduction to Statistics, Project Management, Micro/Macroeconomics, Management Control and Applied Statistics for Social Sciences.+ Read More