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Bio - William Tincher


William tincher

Teacher, Upper Elementary and Junior High

Will Tincher is one of Bridges upper elementary teachers and has taught our 6th, 7th, and 8th grade classes. Will joined the Bridges staff in 2016 while also working as a private tutor as well as a mentor to adults with developmental disabilities. Will received his bachelor’s degree in 2005 in Literature from CSU Fullerton. He then continued his education and sharpened his skills to teach reading and writing at Wichita State University, earning a master’s degree in Literature in 2007. Will has taught for two years at Wichita State University as a Graduate Teaching Assistant, and for seven years at Saddleback Valley Christian Schools as both a junior high English teacher as well as a high school AP Language and Composition, English, Algebra, and Physics teacher. He enjoys the privilege of seeing a student command difficult subject matter and enjoy the learning process. As a Bridges instructor, he is committed to sharing the art of thinking expressed through the written word. Interestingly, Will was accepted to Cal State University Long Beach as a post-baccalaureate student in the field of Astrophysics using a theory he devolved explaining the improbability of the Theory of Everything using self organized complex systems.