West Texas A&M University (Psychology Sociology)
Texas Tech University (Master's)
University of Texas at San Antonio (Master's)
I am very passionate about my subjects, and I love sharing that passion with others. I am able to tutor anything related to psychology or philosophy, including statistics and logic. I have experience teaching college-level philosophy courses at Texas Tech University and was a grading assistant for college-level psychology courses at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
I have a very unique experience because I have two different master's degrees, and I'm a recent Army veteran. My time in the Army has given me great training and experiences, but I am ready to return to my true passions - psychology, philosophy, science, and education.
I took two different undergraduate statistics courses and three graduate statistics courses. I understand if a student has an aversion to statistics class, I was exactly the same way at first. Since completing my MS in psychology, my appreciation and understanding of statistics has grown exponentially. I have continued learning about statistics even after completing my degree. I would love to help other students see that there is no need to be intimidated by complex equations, but that statistics is best understood when you understand the conceptual aspects to the equations and what they mean in the real world.
I have extensive training in many areas of psychology and philosophy. Moreover, I have continued to stay educated about the fields through my personal studies. I am driven to understand the truth about the world around us and our place in it. Psychology, philosophy, and science in general are the disciplines best able to answer the "ultimate questions" about life, the universe, and everything.
Please feel free to contact me about any course. My expertise is certainly in psychology and philosophy, but, with a little preparation, I would feel fairly comfortable teaching closely related courses. I am currently brushing up on my basic math and science, so I would be willing to teach those classes as well.
I am very approachable and enthusiastic about helping others learn the subjects I am passionate about. Education runs in my family; it's definitely in my genes. I am very passionate about my subjects, and I love sharing that passion with others. I am able to tutor anything related to psychology or philosophy, including statistics and logic. I have experience teaching college-level philosophy courses at Texas Tech University and was a grading assistant for college-level psychology courses at the University
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