...In the course of playing weekly for residents of The Lantern, I also taught a young student with a physical disability. She had been born with cerebral palsy. She had limited use of her right hand so we concentrated on playing with her left hand and therapeutically exercised her right hand. (read more)
...In college, I continued with this work, conducting private and group tutoring sessions for college students in their first year of physics. Since graduation, I've been teaching physics/math and coaching at two private high schools: I spent five years at a boarding school in northern Massachusetts and two years at a private day school in Richmond, VA. I moved to State College just recently. (read more)
...I have always had a flair for explaining things, and as a result I love to teach. I have worked with many students throughout high school and college, and it is always a rewarding experience for me to watch hard work pay off .
During my time as a student in the Pennsylvania State university - U... (read more)
...I currently have a 3.98 GPA. I have also worked as an undergraduate researcher in a chemistry lab at PSU since my sophomore year. In the past, I have served as a Learning Assistant (LA) for Chem 110H and I really enjoyed helping my friends and other students do well in their classes. (read more)
...Because we were farming, we enrolled him in a virtual charter school and educated him at home for eight years with me handling his mathematical training. He returned to high school in his junior year and flourished. He graduated in 2012, was named Berks Best in Mathematics and is now pursuing a Ph.D. in mathematics at Vanderbilt University. (read more)