I'm obsessed with outer-space! I have extensive teaching experience from working as a gallery interpreter at the Arizona Science Center where I specialized in aeronautics, astronomy, and physics. Currently, I am an 'Exploration Systems Design' PhD student at ASU.
I'm happy to work with students of all ages and am a strong believer in determining whether a student is either a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic ('hands-on') learner before structuring my lesson plans. Figuring out which category of learning style a person is leads to more efficient tutoring sessions and new study techniques that the student will be able to use long after our sessions are over.
In addition to teaching at the Science Center and being accepted to ASU, I have a Bachelor's Degree in Aeronautical Science, have completed three NASA research fellowships, and have earned a Commercial/Instrument Pilot's License.
In my free time I enjoy running around outside with my puppies, playing the guitar, and looking at the night sky through my telescope. Thank you, and I look forward to working with you!
Undergraduate Degree: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Bachelor of Science, Aeronautical Science
Graduate Degree: Arizona State University - PHD, Exploration Systems Design
Space exploration, amateur astronomy, aviation, guitar, and dogs!
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