As an individual who completed 2 bachelor’s degrees in two very different fields; psychology and engineering, I have always loved to tutor and teach. I have tutored several math and science classes for over 9+ years, with the opportunity to even teach some of the classes. Tutoring is not just teaching but it’s also a learning process for me. I learn how the student receives information then decide what best approach to teach them. My favorite subjects and math and physics and I’m eager to help people learn about how they can love the math and sciences as well
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?
The first day I learn about them. I find out their interest. I discover what their relationship with the struggling subject is like so I can discover ways to nurture and empower it. Therefore, they can grow a curiosity to learn the subject which in turn gets them better grades.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have tried high school and college kids for 8 years.
I have taught some classes to realize how much the school system fails to address the needs for children individually.
With both of these experience, and having my bachelor's in psychology and engineering, I'm able to better approach and teach student the material.
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How did you get started teaching?
I struggled as a student. Once I understood the subject, I realized how much more I could understand it if I learned it from a perspective of teaching it.
What types of students have you worked with?
Middle school, high school and college