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Danila C.

Teaching is fun, especially because through teaching I learn

Teaching is fun, especially because through teaching I learn

$30/hour

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I moved to the States 20 years ago and I bring a different background to my students. I have a European degree as well as American. I studied at Norther Illinois University and I majored in Physics with a chemistry minor. I also have a math endorsement. I teach at Marmion Academy since 2012 and I love it.

I enjoy teaching and learning and through teaching I learn as well. From time to time I embark myself in research adventure and learn some more

I have a Physics degree with chemistry...

I moved to the States 20 years ago and I bring a different background to my students. I have a European degree as well as American. I studied at Norther Illinois University and I majored in Physics with a chemistry minor. I also have a math endorsement. I teach at Marmion Academy since 2012 and I love it.

I enjoy teaching and learning and through teaching I learn as well. From time to time I embark myself in research adventure and learn some more

I have a Physics degree with chemistry minor and math endorsement

I am Italian therefore I am fluent in this language. I have taught, informally, to friends and with success

Please contact me so to start a new journey together.


Education

Northern Illinois University
Physics
Northern Illinois University
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Corporate Training

Italian

Italian

AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Physics and Honors Physics Mrs. Colosi-Carrano joined the Marmion faculty in 2012 as a chemistry instructor. She holds a degree in Electronic Physics from Italy, a degree in Astrophysics from the UK, and a degree in Applied Physics from Northern Illinois University. She earned her teaching certificate for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano has been involved in the design and realization of a “Transistor Edge Superconductor Sensor” for detection of cosmic microwave background radiation at Argonne National Laboratory and has been involved in the research for the cause of Presbyopia as the human eye ages, conducted at Northern Illinois University and Argonne National Laboratory. In 2015 she became a member of QuarkNet, a program sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy, collaborating with Fermi Lab on a research of Hydrogen 1 detection. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano is the moderator of chemistry club and Quarknet team and loves to help the WYSE team. Since 2018 she started coaching the Science Olympiad Team with great results.

Homeschool

Chemistry,

Chemistry

AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Physics and Honors Physics Mrs. Colosi-Carrano joined the Marmion faculty in 2012 as a chemistry instructor. She holds a degree in Electronic Physics from Italy, a degree in Astrophysics from the UK, and a degree in Applied Physics from Northern Illinois University. She earned her teaching certificate for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano has been involved in the design and realization of a “Transistor Edge Superconductor Sensor” for detection of cosmic microwave background radiation at Argonne National Laboratory and has been involved in the research for the cause of Presbyopia as the human eye ages, conducted at Northern Illinois University and Argonne National Laboratory. In 2015 she became a member of QuarkNet, a program sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy, collaborating with Fermi Lab on a research of Hydrogen 1 detection. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano is the moderator of chemistry club and Quarknet team and loves to help the WYSE team. Since 2018 she started coaching the Science Olympiad Team with great results.
Physics,

Physics

AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Physics and Honors Physics Mrs. Colosi-Carrano joined the Marmion faculty in 2012 as a chemistry instructor. She holds a degree in Electronic Physics from Italy, a degree in Astrophysics from the UK, and a degree in Applied Physics from Northern Illinois University. She earned her teaching certificate for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano has been involved in the design and realization of a “Transistor Edge Superconductor Sensor” for detection of cosmic microwave background radiation at Argonne National Laboratory and has been involved in the research for the cause of Presbyopia as the human eye ages, conducted at Northern Illinois University and Argonne National Laboratory. In 2015 she became a member of QuarkNet, a program sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy, collaborating with Fermi Lab on a research of Hydrogen 1 detection. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano is the moderator of chemistry club and Quarknet team and loves to help the WYSE team. Since 2018 she started coaching the Science Olympiad Team with great results.
Prealgebra

Language

Italian

Italian

AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Physics and Honors Physics Mrs. Colosi-Carrano joined the Marmion faculty in 2012 as a chemistry instructor. She holds a degree in Electronic Physics from Italy, a degree in Astrophysics from the UK, and a degree in Applied Physics from Northern Illinois University. She earned her teaching certificate for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano has been involved in the design and realization of a “Transistor Edge Superconductor Sensor” for detection of cosmic microwave background radiation at Argonne National Laboratory and has been involved in the research for the cause of Presbyopia as the human eye ages, conducted at Northern Illinois University and Argonne National Laboratory. In 2015 she became a member of QuarkNet, a program sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy, collaborating with Fermi Lab on a research of Hydrogen 1 detection. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano is the moderator of chemistry club and Quarknet team and loves to help the WYSE team. Since 2018 she started coaching the Science Olympiad Team with great results.

Math

Physics,

Physics

AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Physics and Honors Physics Mrs. Colosi-Carrano joined the Marmion faculty in 2012 as a chemistry instructor. She holds a degree in Electronic Physics from Italy, a degree in Astrophysics from the UK, and a degree in Applied Physics from Northern Illinois University. She earned her teaching certificate for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano has been involved in the design and realization of a “Transistor Edge Superconductor Sensor” for detection of cosmic microwave background radiation at Argonne National Laboratory and has been involved in the research for the cause of Presbyopia as the human eye ages, conducted at Northern Illinois University and Argonne National Laboratory. In 2015 she became a member of QuarkNet, a program sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy, collaborating with Fermi Lab on a research of Hydrogen 1 detection. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano is the moderator of chemistry club and Quarknet team and loves to help the WYSE team. Since 2018 she started coaching the Science Olympiad Team with great results.
Prealgebra

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Chemistry,

Chemistry

AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Physics and Honors Physics Mrs. Colosi-Carrano joined the Marmion faculty in 2012 as a chemistry instructor. She holds a degree in Electronic Physics from Italy, a degree in Astrophysics from the UK, and a degree in Applied Physics from Northern Illinois University. She earned her teaching certificate for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano has been involved in the design and realization of a “Transistor Edge Superconductor Sensor” for detection of cosmic microwave background radiation at Argonne National Laboratory and has been involved in the research for the cause of Presbyopia as the human eye ages, conducted at Northern Illinois University and Argonne National Laboratory. In 2015 she became a member of QuarkNet, a program sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy, collaborating with Fermi Lab on a research of Hydrogen 1 detection. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano is the moderator of chemistry club and Quarknet team and loves to help the WYSE team. Since 2018 she started coaching the Science Olympiad Team with great results.
Physics,

Physics

AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Physics and Honors Physics Mrs. Colosi-Carrano joined the Marmion faculty in 2012 as a chemistry instructor. She holds a degree in Electronic Physics from Italy, a degree in Astrophysics from the UK, and a degree in Applied Physics from Northern Illinois University. She earned her teaching certificate for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano has been involved in the design and realization of a “Transistor Edge Superconductor Sensor” for detection of cosmic microwave background radiation at Argonne National Laboratory and has been involved in the research for the cause of Presbyopia as the human eye ages, conducted at Northern Illinois University and Argonne National Laboratory. In 2015 she became a member of QuarkNet, a program sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy, collaborating with Fermi Lab on a research of Hydrogen 1 detection. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano is the moderator of chemistry club and Quarknet team and loves to help the WYSE team. Since 2018 she started coaching the Science Olympiad Team with great results.
Prealgebra

Science

Chemistry,

Chemistry

AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Physics and Honors Physics Mrs. Colosi-Carrano joined the Marmion faculty in 2012 as a chemistry instructor. She holds a degree in Electronic Physics from Italy, a degree in Astrophysics from the UK, and a degree in Applied Physics from Northern Illinois University. She earned her teaching certificate for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano has been involved in the design and realization of a “Transistor Edge Superconductor Sensor” for detection of cosmic microwave background radiation at Argonne National Laboratory and has been involved in the research for the cause of Presbyopia as the human eye ages, conducted at Northern Illinois University and Argonne National Laboratory. In 2015 she became a member of QuarkNet, a program sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy, collaborating with Fermi Lab on a research of Hydrogen 1 detection. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano is the moderator of chemistry club and Quarknet team and loves to help the WYSE team. Since 2018 she started coaching the Science Olympiad Team with great results.
Physics

Physics

AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Physics and Honors Physics Mrs. Colosi-Carrano joined the Marmion faculty in 2012 as a chemistry instructor. She holds a degree in Electronic Physics from Italy, a degree in Astrophysics from the UK, and a degree in Applied Physics from Northern Illinois University. She earned her teaching certificate for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano has been involved in the design and realization of a “Transistor Edge Superconductor Sensor” for detection of cosmic microwave background radiation at Argonne National Laboratory and has been involved in the research for the cause of Presbyopia as the human eye ages, conducted at Northern Illinois University and Argonne National Laboratory. In 2015 she became a member of QuarkNet, a program sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy, collaborating with Fermi Lab on a research of Hydrogen 1 detection. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano is the moderator of chemistry club and Quarknet team and loves to help the WYSE team. Since 2018 she started coaching the Science Olympiad Team with great results.

Summer

Chemistry,

Chemistry

AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Physics and Honors Physics Mrs. Colosi-Carrano joined the Marmion faculty in 2012 as a chemistry instructor. She holds a degree in Electronic Physics from Italy, a degree in Astrophysics from the UK, and a degree in Applied Physics from Northern Illinois University. She earned her teaching certificate for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano has been involved in the design and realization of a “Transistor Edge Superconductor Sensor” for detection of cosmic microwave background radiation at Argonne National Laboratory and has been involved in the research for the cause of Presbyopia as the human eye ages, conducted at Northern Illinois University and Argonne National Laboratory. In 2015 she became a member of QuarkNet, a program sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy, collaborating with Fermi Lab on a research of Hydrogen 1 detection. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano is the moderator of chemistry club and Quarknet team and loves to help the WYSE team. Since 2018 she started coaching the Science Olympiad Team with great results.
Italian,

Italian

AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Physics and Honors Physics Mrs. Colosi-Carrano joined the Marmion faculty in 2012 as a chemistry instructor. She holds a degree in Electronic Physics from Italy, a degree in Astrophysics from the UK, and a degree in Applied Physics from Northern Illinois University. She earned her teaching certificate for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano has been involved in the design and realization of a “Transistor Edge Superconductor Sensor” for detection of cosmic microwave background radiation at Argonne National Laboratory and has been involved in the research for the cause of Presbyopia as the human eye ages, conducted at Northern Illinois University and Argonne National Laboratory. In 2015 she became a member of QuarkNet, a program sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy, collaborating with Fermi Lab on a research of Hydrogen 1 detection. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano is the moderator of chemistry club and Quarknet team and loves to help the WYSE team. Since 2018 she started coaching the Science Olympiad Team with great results.
Physics

Physics

AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Physics and Honors Physics Mrs. Colosi-Carrano joined the Marmion faculty in 2012 as a chemistry instructor. She holds a degree in Electronic Physics from Italy, a degree in Astrophysics from the UK, and a degree in Applied Physics from Northern Illinois University. She earned her teaching certificate for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano has been involved in the design and realization of a “Transistor Edge Superconductor Sensor” for detection of cosmic microwave background radiation at Argonne National Laboratory and has been involved in the research for the cause of Presbyopia as the human eye ages, conducted at Northern Illinois University and Argonne National Laboratory. In 2015 she became a member of QuarkNet, a program sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy, collaborating with Fermi Lab on a research of Hydrogen 1 detection. Mrs. Colosi-Carrano is the moderator of chemistry club and Quarknet team and loves to help the WYSE team. Since 2018 she started coaching the Science Olympiad Team with great results.

$30/hour

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