Hello! I am a PhD student in the Mechanical Engineering program at Cornell University. Although I love my research here at Cornell, my passion lies in STEM education. I love working with students to build their confidence in math and science and to teach them strategies for studying and organization. I am committed to creating interactive sessions that encourage students to construct their own knowledge; establishing a structured classroom that fosters studentsâ€™ understanding and organization...
Hello! I am a PhD student in the Mechanical Engineering program at Cornell University. Although I love my research here at Cornell, my passion lies in STEM education. I love working with students to build their confidence in math and science and to teach them strategies for studying and organization. I am committed to creating interactive sessions that encourage students to construct their own knowledge; establishing a structured classroom that fosters studentsâ€™ understanding and organization of the course material with consistent guidance and feedback; and demonstrating my role as an approachable mentor by treating my students with respect and cultivating an open and honest dialogue.
I have one year of experience tutoring middle school students in math and I currently teach a middle school level science class for homeschooled students in the local area. I was also the lead instructor for the laboratory section in an undergraduate electronics and prototyping course during my MS at Ohio State. I look forward to bringing my teaching experience to my tutoring sessions! Most importantly, I love math! It has always been my favorite subject to teach and learn. My previous tutoring experience was in algebra and geometry. Additionally, my coursework through my undergraduate and graduate degrees has covered all of the required math for an engineering degree.
Contact me to learn more about how I can help you succeed! I look forward to hearing from you!