...I'm a graduate of the University of Maryland's bioengineering program, and work as a biomedical engineer and data scientist. Throughout my time in the Clarke School of Engineering, I worked both independently and for a company as a tutor in a variety of fields, with a variety of students. I've ... (read more)
...Step 4: Recognize the connection between the given/derived information with the quantity in question. Step 5: Solve the problem. I truly feel this 5-step approach allows each student to "learn how to fish" rather than just simply "giving them a fish."
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...Many students struggle with chemistry and physics not because they are incapable but because they haven’t yet discovered the right explanation of concepts in their terms. Being a high school teacher, I get a unique perspective into the minds of hundreds of students each year. In turn, I've learned several misconceptions and common pitfalls, coupled with strategies to overcome them. (read more)
...In addition, it may direct them towards a career in science, filling the growing future need in the United States for scientists and engineers. My teaching philosophy focuses on a very hands on approach. I like to capture the student's interest by focusing on real world applications, prior to lecturing and explaining chemical theories or principles. (read more)
...I am creative and energetic about making chemistry accessible to all levels of students. I am also young, fun, and good at making students feel comfortable around me. Please contact me if you are struggling at all in your chemistry class. (read more)