I have had a wonderful experience helping others like myself in learning and understanding mathematics. Ever since I was little, I was always best at math. At that time, I realized that helping others was my aim. Working my way up wasn't the easiest, but it sure was rewarding.
I usually like to consult ahead of any sessions to get a grasp of how proficient my clients are from their previous knowledge of math as well as their presence in their current math class. In between the...
I have had a wonderful experience helping others like myself in learning and understanding mathematics. Ever since I was little, I was always best at math. At that time, I realized that helping others was my aim. Working my way up wasn't the easiest, but it sure was rewarding.
I usually like to consult ahead of any sessions to get a grasp of how proficient my clients are from their previous knowledge of math as well as their presence in their current math class. In between the consultations and the sessions, I try to prepare some sort of lesson ahead of time so that even I can relearn and understand more about whatever topics they struggle with. Then, when it comes to the sessions, I ask if the clients have any questions they would like to ask or if they simply need clarifications. When it comes closer to the end of the sessions
College was the best experience I've ever had. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the University at Albany (SUNY) in 2019 and with a Master's degree in Mathematics from the University at Albany (SUNY) this past May. Throughout this time, I got a chance to tutor on campus for a year, trying my best to help students out in probability, statistics, algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, and some differential equations. I also got the chance to be a teaching assistant in the Educational Opportunities Program to help probability and statistics, precalculus, and calculus students in need when they cannot afford the money to receive tutoring. In my 3-4 years of experience tutoring others, I would always try to explain certain concepts in the most efficient ways possible. When I see them become complacent with understanding, I become delighted.
Currently, I will be entering the Ph.D. program in Mathematics at SUNY Albany after this summer. When I do get this degree, I hope to be a professor of practice, visiting other colleges and universities to teach and encourage people to learn and understand even the hardest concepts in math.
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