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western connecticut state university (Meteorology)
I have a love of learning and overcoming challenges. I have completed two undergraduate degrees, the first in technical theatre and the second in operational meteorology. If it hadn't been for the tutors that helped me, I would have had a very difficult time moving through the course load that was required for my majors.
One of the most rewarding things I find as an educator is to help your student make things 'click'. Teaching you how to use the knowledge you already have to think outside the box in order to understand how and why you arrive at the solutions to the questions you've asked to solve.
Since my second degree was in meteorology, most of my courses were geared toward the atmosphere, which included a lot of math and physics. I am an extended learning educator at a STEM school where I constantly draw on this knowledge to grow my science based curriculum.
My focus is to help you excel in your classes, not to give you another class that you have to do homework for. Let's take a look at where you are and where you need to be. Together we can find some of those steps you may have missed, or find a few new ones that may make it easier to get to those solutions you're looking for. I have a love of learning and overcoming challenges. I have completed two undergraduate degrees, the first in technical theatre and the second in operational meteorology. If it hadn't been for the tutors that helped me, I would have had a very difficult time moving through the course load
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