Lander College for Women, A Division of Touro College (Health Sciences)
Touro College School of Health Sciences (Master's)
I am an Occupational Therapist with experience working across a diverse population of many ages and levels of disability. Being an OT requires me to be a master of all trades, in a sense. I have a fascination with biology, anatomy, and all things science. However, as a teacher I enjoy and excel at empowering mastery in any subject as I have a great passion for learning and imparting knowledge. I chose my profession as it allows me to be creative in finding solutions to overcome any problem, and this translates into my teaching and tutoring. I welcome challenges and tutoring allows me to collaborate with students in a setting that allows us to be more flexible in a way that suits a one-on-one dynamic as opposed to a classroom learning style. I like to employ creative techniques and thinking outside the box to meet students on their level and gather strengths from their unique learning style, whether it be visual, auditory, kinesthetic, or other.
I have a bachelors degree in Health Sciences and a Masters degree in Occupational Therapy from Touro College School of Health Sciences. I graduated summa cum laude and was recruited to become a member of the Pi Theta Epsilon Chapter honors society. To stay current with treatment styles and teaching techniques, I regularly attend courses to learn what I can to help my students and clients. I always enjoy teaching and being taught new things. That's why tutoring is a great outlet for me. My teaching style compounds from my strengths - patience, creativity, background in education, sensory framework of thinking, and love of learning and teaching to name a few.
I believe that finding the right fit between student and tutor is important as students need to feel at ease and supported to get the most out of their sessions. So, I am open to answer to any questions and concerns you may have prior to meeting. Just reach out and contact me.
I look forward to meeting you and helping you learn!
I am an Occupational Therapist with experience working across a diverse population of many ages and levels of disability. Being an OT requires me to be a master of all trades, in a sense. I have a fascination with biology, anatomy,
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