I received my Bachelor's degree from the University of Minnesota in 2011 and my Master's in 2013, both in Aerospace Engineering & Mechanics. As a Graduate Teaching Assistant at University of Minnesota, I taught groups of students in the laboratory sessions for courses in the Aerospace Engineering Department, including Experimental Methods, Instrumentation, and Aeroelasticty. The most important aspect of my teaching style is demonstrating patience and commitment to the student. I want the student to feel comfortable communicating with me what they are struggling with so I can understand what his or her strengths and weaknesses are. This allows me to tailor my lessons to the students needs and teach more effectively, by "speaking their language". I make it my goal to learn from the student about their learning style so I can teach them how to succeed. I tutor science, engineering, and mathematics, including calculus, algebra, and geometry. My favorite subjects to teach are math and physics. In my free time I like playing drums and listening to music (rock, jazz, electronic mostly) and when I can, traveling and learning about foreign cultures.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Minnesota-Twin Cities - Bachelors, Aerospace Engineering & Mechanics
Graduate Degree: University of Minnesota-Twin Cities - Master of Science, Aerospace Engineering & Mechanics
playing drums and listening to rock, jazz, electronic. Travelling and learning about foreign cultures.
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