Al Byrnes received a Master of Arts degree from the University of Georgia in German with a concentration in Linguistics in 2015. His research interests within the field of German linguistics include socio-linguistics and community theory. Currently, Al is pursuing his interest in teaching at the secondary level and is studying mathematics education. His main areas of interest in mathematics education include teaching statistics through technology and teaching meta-cognition through problem solving. In his free time, Al enjoys studying Dutch and Latin, cooking, and being outdoors.
MAT, University of Georgia (2018 - Anticipated)
MA, University of Georgia (2015)
BS and AB, University of Georgia, magna cum laude (2012)
Heritage Languages, Community Theory
2016 Outstanding Teaching Award, The Office of the Vice President for Instruction: The University of Georgia
2011 - 2012 U.S. Foreign Language Teaching Assistant, The Fulbright Commission and the Commission for the Austrian Ministry of Education, the Arts, and Culture: HTBLA Kaindorf an der Sulm, Austria