I am a chemical engineering student at the University of Dayton. I have a vast amount of tutoring experience, ranging from elementary school level to collegiate level. I have tutored a variety of subjects, including chemistry, calculus, algebra, and physics. I believe that I present the material in a very understandable fashion and can explain the most difficult concepts in an effective way. I am willing to work with any student at any level and prioritize the success of the student.
I look forward to meeting you and working with you in the future!
University of Dayton - Bachelors, Chemical Engineering
University of Dayton - Masters, Biomedical Engineering
ACT Composite: 31
ACT English: 33
ACT Math: 33
ACT Science: 34
What is your teaching philosophy?
My teaching philosophy is to present the material in an understandable way, and to achieve true mastery of the subject.
What might you do in a typical first session with a student?
In a typical first session, I like to do an assessment of a studentニ_s abilities to see which areas need more attention.
How can you help a student become an independent learner?
I like to recommend specific study skills and habits to promote self-learning, and provide students with questions to work on their own to reach mastery of the subject.
If a student has difficulty learning a skill or concept, what would you do?
I would try to approach the concept in a variety of different ways to see which one is most effective. After, I would work extra on that concept until it becomes clear to the student.
What techniques would you use to be sure that a student understands the material?
I like to give students practice question sets and tests to see how well they understand the material.
How do you evaluate a student's needs?
I like to give students assessments within the first couple sessions and see what areas need the most focus based on the results.
What types of materials do you typically use during a tutoring session?
During a tutoring session, I like to cover practice problems and the concepts behind solving them.