My teaching career started when I was first a Teacher's Assistant in Physics 101 in Ithaca College in New York, to 80 students in a class, which I did for 2 years. I've started tutoring as a student in Ithaca College, helping fellow undergrads with Calculus I and College Algebra. I received gratitude and waves of accolades, and they experience the same as they receive A's and B's, grades that they didn't think were options for them. I currently tutor high school students in Algebra I and II...
My teaching career started when I was first a Teacher's Assistant in Physics 101 in Ithaca College in New York, to 80 students in a class, which I did for 2 years. I've started tutoring as a student in Ithaca College, helping fellow undergrads with Calculus I and College Algebra. I received gratitude and waves of accolades, and they experience the same as they receive A's and B's, grades that they didn't think were options for them. I currently tutor high school students in Algebra I and II as well as SAT and ACT Prep.
Before tutoring was my job, I was working on class problems and projects with my peers. I loved discussing our different perspectives as we would wrap our heads around an unfamiliar concept. I love mathematics and I'm passionate about helping people. I am working on my teacher's certification and am looking forward to having my own classroom come Fall 2018.
I've learned over the years that questions come in a variety of shapes and sizes. They are not obstacles and they are not to be ashamed of. They literally have the word "quest" in them! Exploring the solutions to these questions are the path we take to discover the lay of the land. That is to better understand why it is we can do what we do to solve for x, or what a solution to a system of equations really means.
I've Graduated with Honors in High School. I've been awarded the Shirley Hockett Scholarship for the Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Computer Sciences. I've made the Dean's List during semesters when I was learning Calculus IV, Differential Equations, and Abstract Algebra. I've also been elected into Pi Mu Epsilon, the National Honorary Mathematics Society. I'm very grateful for this recognition and this fuels me to commit 100% towards the achievement of my students.
Receiving my Bachelor's Degree in Math-Physics, I have the skills, heart and discipline to make sure that my students become successful.
Having graduated with a minor in Philosophy, I know the importance of clarity in one's writing regardless of the author's intention behind the message. I also understand the struggles of writing.
Thank you for reading my profile. Questions? Please don't hesitate to message me. I'm excited to be a part of your success!