...While my professional interests lie in chemical research, particularly the engineering of polymers, I find teaching to be a very rewarding hobby. I grew up training at a Martial Arts Academy. That school runs on the philosophy; "to truly learn something, one must teach it." Thus, my training taught me not only my love for teaching but the skills I use every day. (read more)
...I believe that seeing the diversity of student's learning is a great benefit to my future as an educator.Middle School math education degree.
substitute teacher. I have a math bachelor's degree and am a math teacher. I was two years as a tutor at HACC, including Algebra 2. (read more)
...No subject in recent years has intrigued me more than government and politics. I have studied the Constitution and the history of the court cases dealing with it, and I feel that I am an "expert layman" in that department. My approach to politics is not rooted in any particular political philosophy, but rather centers on historical record, pertinent law, and founding documents. (read more)
I have a bachelors degree in Microbiology with minor of Chemistry, and a masters in Biomedical sciences. Math and Biology are my favorite subjects, and I have 3 years of tutoring experience from middle school to graduate level courses. I prefer using visual aids like drawings, and graphs for illustration. (read more)