Current student UC San Diego (Math and CSE)
I am a current student at UC San Diego majoring in mathematics and computer science. I am originally from New York, but for the past 7 years I lived in Israel. Before college, I was a math tutor for elementary and middle school students. During my time serving in the Israeli Army, I became a team sergeant where I developed my leadership and teaching skills.
After graduation, I plan on pursuing a teaching career. I love working with students and seeing them connect with their studies and become more confident in their abilities. This year, I will be completing a teaching seminar where I will improve myself as an educator.
I have completed math courses through calculus which has an algebra base. For the past 3 years I have been tutoring algebra to students aged 10-15.
Hebrew is my first language, but I am fluent in English as well. I was born and raised in New York City in a Hebrew speaking home.
My training background comes directly from the instructors in the Israeli Army. I am open to teaching all levels of fitness and specialize in weight training.
I consider myself a not only a tutor but also a life long learner. If you have any questions, or would like to schedule an appointment feel free to reach out either by email or phone. Looking forward to connecting!
Looking forward to learning! I am a current student at UC San Diego majoring in mathematics and computer science. I am originally from New York, but for the past 7 years I lived in Israel. Before college, I was a math tutor for elementary and middle school students. During my time serving in the Israeli Army, I became a team sergeant where I developed my leadership and
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My first language was Hebrew. I went to a Jewish day school in NYC where I took intensive Hebrew until 8th grade. After, I relocated to Israel for 7 years. I graduated from a Israeli high school where I completed the highest level courses in Hebrew literature and grammar. While living in Israel I tutored kids aged 11-16 in Hebrew grammar and literature for 3 years. Some of the kids were fluent in Hebrew, while some were learning Hebrew as a second language.