I am currently a doctoral researcher in geophysics at the University of Paris. I received my B.A. (with a concentration physics) from Sarah Lawrence College, and subsequently my M.S. Geophysics degree from California State University Northridge.
I have over six years of experience in classroom teaching, lecturing, laboratory demonstrating, and one-on-one tutoring. The courses I teach are predominantly in mathematics (including algebra, precalculus, calculus, and geometry), physics, chemistry, and earth sciences. I like to develop teaching material based on individual students as this has proven time and again to be the most effective technique. I have taught at many different levels, ranging from elementary school to university. I am happy to answer any and all questions (all questions are relevant!) and tackle concepts from different angles in order to reach a full understanding. I look forward to working with you!
Sarah Lawrence College - Bachelors, Physics
California State University-Northridge - Masters, Geophysics
High School Biology
High School English
High School Physics
High School Writing
Technology and Computer Science
What is your teaching philosophy?
When you understand a concept, it makes learning fulfilling and fun. The key to understanding is a dynamic educational environment, wherein we can attack a problem from multiple angles.