University of Pittsburgh (Rehabilitation Scien)
University of Delaware (Other)
Having just completed University of Delaware's anatomy session as part of the DPT program, I am extremely knowledgeable in anatomy! Osteology, muscles, nerve innervation, blood supply, and common pathologies were included, as well as experience in a cadaver lab. Since I recently finished the class, all the information is fresh in my mind, which would cut down on time spent double checking information for the student. I use a variety of study techniques to help myself learn, and am willing to share! These include drawing pictures, flashcards, coming up with mnemonics, etc. Physical therapy at UD is largely a team effort, so I am used to and enjoy teaching others.
I also have a passion for art and reading. I have a minor in studio arts from the University of Pittsburgh (in addition to a degree in Rehabilitation Science) and am skilled in painting, drawing, sculpture, and design. Reading is one of my favorite hobbies and a subject I excel in. I have never struggled with essays or reading comprehension either, and scored very highly on both in my most recent standardized test. I speak with a well-defined vocabulary, which will allow students exposure to a variety of words early. I am friendly and love kids of all ages.
I have experience working as a mentor while an undergrad at the University of Pittsburgh. Through the Honors College, I was assigned several students that needed guidance regarding class, how to pursue their major, extracurriculars they could do, and stress management. I was also a mentor to a younger Rehabilitation Science student that needed help with homework, classes, pursuing physical therapy grad schools, and career planning. I am very organized and always on time. Working hard is in my nature, so I would use the whole tutoring time slot to the student's best advantage. Having graduated Magna Cum Laud from the University of Pittsburgh, with a Bachelor's degree in Rehabilitation Science, a Minor in Studio Arts, and a Certificate in Pathokinesiology, I am well acquainted with difficult science classes, but also have a passion for anatomy that would make tutoring easy and fun. Having just completed University of Delaware's anatomy session as part of the DPT program, I am extremely knowledgeable in anatomy! Osteology, muscles, nerve innervation, blood supply, and common pathologies were included, as well as experience in a cadaver lab. Since I recently finished the class, all the information is fresh in my mind, which
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