My name is Daniel Huynh, and I am excited to be teaching Physical Science and Physics at Bolsa Grande High School. To give you some background information about myself, I graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, and then returned there to get my Master’s degree in Education and my Single Subject credential in Physics. Growing up in Little Saigon, I attended school within this school district, and it has honestly been a dream come true to be coming back to teach for my community! My teaching style revolves around a hands-on, lab-based approach to science. I want students to physically experience and observe the science behind how the world functions. My teaching philosophy is to cultivate personal growth and to guide students towards a path that will allow them to contribute to a world outside of the classroom. What I have to offer is a strong belief in each student’s individuality. I want to inspire and empower my students to be a strong and positive individual, so that once they step outside of the classroom, they too can inspire and empower. I can be reached via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or in my room before and after school (Room 316).