Degrees and Certifications:
BS in Electrical Engineering Texas Certified 7-12 Math Professional Engineering license Microchip Technology Design Partner PLTW Digital Electronics Certified My Schedule/Class Codes are : 1st Period: Digital Electronics: letm7uz 3rd Period: Engineering Sci: 6oqf2fn 4th Period: Engineering Sci: ycbno42 5th Period: Honors Algebra 2: rkz336i 6th Period: Honors Algebra 2: zplethp 7th Period: Honors Algebra 2: sid7xbq
Hello. I’m Carl Reese.
I grew up in central Kentucky, and graduated with an Engineering degree from the College of Engineering of the University of Kentucky as an Electrical Engineer. Texas Instruments hired me upon graduation and brought me to Dallas. I love Dallas and I love the Texas culture. I was fortunate to work for myself in the electronic design and firmware/software areas for over 30 years, hold a Professional Engineer license and earned a U.S. patent along the way.
When I was in high school many years ago, I had a math and physics teacher that profoundly changed my life, and I’ve never forgotten that. And so the thought of teaching became an idea that I decided to pursue later in life.
My hope is that I can teach and encourage your student and motivate them to identify and achieve their goals both personally and professionally. I teach Digital Electronics, Engineering Science, and Honors Algebra2 – and love them all.
In Digital Electronics, the students learn the basics and far beyond – components, Boolean math, assembly techniques, design tools, and they do a fair amount of actual design work along the way. Its fun to see these students learn about the electronic things they see and touch in everyday life.
In Engineering Science, the students gain a variety of Engineering knowledge. They learn about Engineering documentation and notebooks, simple machines, electricity, software, and teamwork. It is truly a rich curriculum meant to educate and inspire potential and future engineers.
Honors Algebra 2 is a fast-paced study of linear expressions, absolute value expressions, and nonlinear expressions. It is an in-depth drenching in the higher level of the study of algebra. The content applies not only to mathematicians, but also to physicists and Engineers.
Please don’t hesitate to email me with any concerns you have (email@example.com). Please see below my class schedule and my tutorial times.
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Period 1 : Digital Electronics
Periods 3,4 : Engineering Science
Periods 5,6,7 : Honors Algebra 2
My tutorials are:
Mornings (except Wed) : 8:15-9:00am
Anyday: B Lunch (as requested)
Afternoons : 4:15-5:00pm (as requested)