My Approach to Tutoring
The best way to learn a subject is to understand how you learn, whether it be visually, kinesthetically, verbally, etc. I hope to help my students understand their own learning style and work around it to create engaging lessons and activities. Different materials can require a variety of styles. Some material is best internalized through self- discovery and experimentation while other requires memorization and consistent practice. I want my students to learn about their subject and themselves and be able to apply these skills to succeed in their future studies.
Passion is key to learning. One way to generate this is to connect the material to real world examples and help the student understand how to two relate. My passion is sciences and language. In my free time I enjoy traveling and keeping up on scientific current events. When designing and teaching lessons I will try to integrate my own experiences and stories into the material to make it more relatable to students.
My Tutor Profile
Biology, Chemistry, Algebra 1 & 2, Precalculus, Calculus, Middle School Science and Math, Middle School Math, ESL, French, Italian
Haverford High School (2013), Havertown, PA
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 2017, magna cum laude, Syracuse, NY
Temple University College of Education, Philadelphia, PA
Praxis II Biology: Content Knowledge
Summary of my Experience
- Outside- In Education Intern at the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA (2017)
- English Tutor for Associazione Culturale Linguistica Educational (ACLE), an English immersion camp in Italy (2017)
- CEA Study Abroad: French Riviera (2016)
- Camp Counselor for American Village, an English immersion camp in France (2015- 16)
- Teaching Assistant, Invertebrate Zoology, SUNY- ESF (2015)