...Higher-order thinking is a very valuable skill in today’s workforce, and its development and cultivation in my students is central to my instructional methods. I incessantly preach, "If you have to memorize something, then you do not understand it sufficiently."
The third of the three doctrines... (read more)
I am a 2015 graduate of Ursinus College, from where I received my Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics with minors in Statistics, Computer Science, and Secondary Education. Upon completing my semester of Student Teaching in the Spring-Ford Area School District during the fall of 2015, I am now a st... (read more)
...I feel most comfortable meeting and a public facility (public library, coffee shop).
Please feel free to contact me with any questions you have. I look forward to hearing from you.I have graduated with a higher honors from Rutgers with a Civil Engineering degree. I am a full time civil engineer at a bridge design company. (read more)
...I spend time going over deadlines in detail and talking to them about early decision, early action, and rolling admissions. I tell my students to work on their essays and the Common Application during the summer so that once the school year starts, they have that much less to do. In addition to that, I discuss with students which teachers and advisers they ask for letter of recommendation. (read more)
...Being a mathematics major, I have taken math classes ranging from Precalculus and Calculus 1 to Theoretical Mathematics. I am also well versed in Biology, Chemistry, Engineering Physics, and Computer Science. I understand how important your time is, so I am very fast to respond and am very flexible with scheduling. (read more)