at Tennessee Tech University (Chemistry)
Univeristy of North Texas (PhD)
I remember teaching my kindergarten classmates to read the moment I learned to do so myself. I have always loved learning and helping others to learn.
As a recent PhD graduate (in analytical chemistry), I highly value learning in creative ways that appeal to individual students. I have often found formal learning environments to be constrictive to my classmates, and throughout graduate school found that personalized learning activities can be far more beneficial.
I am open to finding a way of teaching and mutual learning that works for each of my students to optimally help them succeed and eventually no longer need me. As a scholar and researcher, I fully believe the most successful form of teaching comes in helping students learn to teach themselves.
I have formally taught general chemistry and and organic chemistry in laboratory settings. I have tutored other areas of chemistry in a tutoring center at UNT.
I have always excelled in writing, and I have many peer-reviewed publications to exemplify my skills. I would be more than happy to share PDFs or links to these writings upon request.
Please feel free to ask me whatever you may wish to know about my education, qualifications, and schedule. I look forward to working with you! I remember teaching my kindergarten classmates to read the moment I learned to do so myself. I have always loved learning and helping others to learn.
As a recent PhD graduate (in analytical chemistry), I
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