I do research in biomechanics and motor control of human movement. This means that I use engineering mathematics and sciences to understand why people have problems using their body. This combined with my minor in history has given me a very wide variety of subjects that I can work with a student on. I have experience tutoring the following subjects: math from elementary to multivariable calculus, physics, basic chemistry, biology, cellular biology, anatomy, and physiology.
I have had several opportunities to develop my teaching skills so I am fairly experienced. In addition to having random tutoring jobs through school, I have guest lectured in graduate school for a Motor Development class at University of Delaware, been a teacher at Huntington Learning Center for math and science, and most recently been an adjunct faculty member at West Chester University, where I taught and organized curricula for a biomechanics class and a motor learning class. Currently I am focusing my work on research and completing my PhD so I will still be interested in teaching in my free time. Ultimately becoming a full professor is a career goal of mine so teaching is a passion and is something I take a lot of pride in.
If you are in the math and sciences, there's a good chance I can help you. Since I have experience in areas outside of my specialty, I may also be able to help in other subjects, so please look over what subjects I am able to offer. I look forward to working with you!
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