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University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Mathematics)
Carnegie Mellon University (Master's)
At each step in my educational path, I have strived to pass along what I have received in small ways by being a tutor or teacher to students from kindergarten to college. From my senior year of high school in 2010 to getting my master's in 2016, I have been a teaching assistant for college students, co-chair of a tutoring committee for high school students, and a tutor for elementary students in several after school programs. I especially enjoy explaining mathematics in a creative and intuitive way, and breaking down the idea that it is a completely different language by making it fun and applicable with interactive games and activities.
I have a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a Master's in Neural Computation. Throughout my higher education I have taken countless advanced math courses and held several research positions for which I needed to apply higher mathematics. In addition to my tutoring and teaching experience, I have had several opportunities to explain my research to audiences of varying mathematical backgrounds. This makes me very familiar with nearly all fields of math and how to best explain them.
My love of teaching and long experience in mathematics makes me so excited to become a tutor. I have flexible hours so contact me to learn more and schedule lessons! At each step in my educational path, I have strived to pass along what I have received in small ways by being a tutor or teacher to students from kindergarten to college. From my senior year of high school in 2010 to getting my master's in 2016, I have been a teaching assistant
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