Aloha, welcome students and parents to Mr. Han's website.
All class pages will be regularly updated throughout the school year.

My name is Peter Han, and this is my 8th year as a teacher at Assets High School. I obtained my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics in 2014 and graduated from the Master of Education Program in teaching in 2018 (My Plan B Thesis). I feel very blessed to have a job that I love. I truly enjoy helping my students to grow in their knowledge, understanding, confidence, and enjoyment of mathematics and its many real-world STEM applications. I have found teaching to be both a challenging and rewarding vocation. Being a teacher also gives me the wonderful opportunity to be a role model and have a positive impact on the lives of my students.

Besides my regular teaching assignments, I also coach our robotics program with 2 unique robotics teams. You can find our Assets Robotics webpage by visiting www.assetsrobotics.org. See my 2019 School of the Future Conference Presentation here.

Throughout my website, you will find many online and downloadable resources to assist you in your quest for success in the different classes that I teach. The web pages will be updated regularly throughout the year.

What FIRST Robotics is about

I'm proud of be a part of the FIRST Community, from myself as a high school student more than 10 years ago, to now being an educator coaching our future generation of innovators.

FIRST is not just about robotics. It's bigger than that. Please visit the Assets Robotics website (co-managed by both students and myself) if you would like to become a part of our FIRST Robotics community.

Why is math so important to you personally? Check out these 12 reasons.

Why is math so important to our nation and the world? Check out this article and this video.

How can math help you to get a great job? Check out this article.

STEM Careers Pay More

STEM jobs offer a substantial salary premium. The average salary for entry-level STEM jobs requiring a BA or BS is $65,000 compared to $49,500 for non-STEM jobs. This difference of around $15,500 represents a 31% premium.