San Diego State Univeristy (Mechanical Engineer)
Hi, I'm Natalia! I'm currently in my last semester at San Diego State University (SDSU) as a Mechanical Engineering student. I have been a private tutor for the past 7 years. I specialize in math from K-12 to all three levels of Calculus. Currently my highest level in math is differential equations.
As for my work experience, I have been a Teacher's Assistant at SDSU for professors teaching Pre-calculus (MATH141) and Calculus I (MATH150) for the past two years. My position required me to hold a small break out class of 15 students for which I had to design the worksheets with supplement material relating to the course. Additionally, I have worked for Compact for Success, LSMAP, and MESA at SDSU where I tutored freshman students in varies math courses.
Moreover, I have been an Academic Mentor at SDSU where I have mentored students in their academic progress, a position that was taught me to adapt well to all types of people and their different learning styles. I am a strong believer that if an instructor can create a relationship with their student and relate with them, the learning process will be more enjoyable, and, therefore, engaging and comprehensible.
I have also taught Latin dancing (Salsa and Bachata) and beginning piano for those who have an interest in learning something new!
Teaching has always been more than a job for me, but a passion. After all these years of experience, I have grown as an instructor and strongly believe I can help you or your student. I'm here to help!
K-12 math, Pre-algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Pre-calculus, Trigonometry (my favorite!), Calculus I, II, and III.
I am very approachable, so feel free to contact me! Hi, I'm Natalia! I'm currently in my last semester at San Diego State University (SDSU) as a Mechanical Engineering student. I have been a private tutor for the past 7 years. I specialize in math from K-12 to all three levels of Calculus. Currently my highest level in math is differential equations.
As for my work experience, I have
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I have been a private tutor for K-12 students for the past 5 years. I have learn to adapt to different learning styles and help engage different types of students.
I took five years of private lessons, where I learned how to read music. I then joined a band, where I learned to improvise. Currently, I play in my free time, but have taught others in beginning note reading and playing.
I learned while I was on a competitive high school Salsa team. We continuously placed in 1st and 2nd place for the four years I was involved. I even started my own dance team, while still in high school, and placed 3rd in our divisions for two years. Not too long after I moved to San Diego, I became Team Captain for the Salsa Club at San Diego State University. Moreover, I joined a Latin dance company, and improved my dancing and performance skills.