McGill University (Sociology)
New York University (PhD)
Boston University (MBA)
I am experienced teacher who has taught a variety of courses including Introductory Sociology, Social Change, Sociology of Organizations, Law and Society, and Deviance and Social Control.
I was a teaching assistant for Methods and Statistics III and Measures and Models of Inequality and Justice and I tutored student athletes at New York University, where I obtained my Ph.D. in Sociology.
At Jewish Vocational Services, I taught a course on Business Feasibility; at Boston University I served as a mentor to high school students in a Junior Achievement program focused on new business creation. I have a strong background in business analytics and have provided data analytics tutorials using Python for 4th and 5th grade students; I also was a mentor for the Boston CoderDojo. I enjoy seeing students learn new techniques to understand the world around them.
I have enjoyed helping my ten year old daughter learn math and enjoyed teaching math and data analysis in her classes. I am a patient teacher who understands that math can be a challenging subject for many and I use diverse techniques to help increase understanding. I have an academic background and business experiences that I utilize in order to help students understand both deeper concepts and real-world applications of math and statistics.
I look forward to helping you on your journey in math, statistics, and data analysis. Please contact me to learn more and schedule lessons. I am experienced teacher who has taught a variety of courses including Introductory Sociology, Social Change, Sociology of Organizations, Law and Society, and Deviance and Social Control.
I was a teaching assistant for Methods and
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