Michigan State University (Marine Biology)
Michigan State University (Master's)
Old Dominion University (PhD)
I am currently a graduate student pursuing a PhD in Oceanography at Old Dominion University. I am studying the impacts of climate change on the marine environment. Teaching is my passion and I thrive to make math and science relatable to everyone, no matter how much science background you have. I have cultivated my teaching style and passion from over 10 years of teaching experience at ODU as well as at Michigan State University. I enjoy teaching in a classroom setting where I can interact with multiple students. I also enjoy working one-on-one with a student where I am able to assess the student's strengths and weaknesses and develop learning program that suits each individual. My goal is to inspire students to learn, to make complicated subjects tangible and easy to understand by breaking difficult and complex theory into simpler components
My teaching experience and expertise encompasses subjects related to Math, Biology, Earth Science and Oceanography. These are the key subject areas that I am passionate and enjoy teaching the most.
I am able to take complicated math problems and break them down into simpler components to help students understand the mechanics of it.
I try to make science fun and relevant for students by using plenty of examples. Science is interdisciplinary and I feel that I have extensive knowledge and skills to teach students these subjects.
Feel free to contact me with questions about my background and my expertise. I am very passionate and enthusiastic about teaching. I love to transfer knowledge to others and thrive to help students learn and mature academically. I am currently a graduate student pursuing a PhD in Oceanography at Old Dominion University. I am studying the impacts of climate change on the marine environment. Teaching is my passion and I thrive to make math and science relatable to
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