I received my Bachelor's degree in Biology at Long Island University- Brooklyn Campus in Brooklyn, NY. I am currently working on my BSN at Remington College School of Nursing in Orlando, FL in hopes of becoming a nurse midwife someday. I tutor a broad range of subjects: math, science, and english. But my preferred subject is math. I like the challenge that it brings me; It allows me to "think outside the box" and I love playing with numbers. Tutoring is something that I truly enjoy doing because I strongly believe that education is the key to major success and being able to help someone achieve is what makes it even more entertaining. In my previous experiences as a tutor, my main focus was to make sure that my student felt great about learning and understanding what I was trying to help them with. I want my students to be able to have fun while they learn because it makes everything clearer and the material then becomes simpler. When I am tutoring a student, no matter the age group, I try to teach and explain the material in a way that I would've wanted it done if I was in the student's shoe. I relate it to their daily lives and activities, in my opinion that helps the student understand better. In my spare time, I enjoy watching movies, traveling, and reading. I have a love for dolls, therefore, I try to collect barbies and porcelain dolls.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Long Island University-Brooklyn Campus - Bachelor of Science, Biology, General
Watching movies, reading, traveling, collecting dolls, styling hair
Anatomy & Physiology
Elementary School Math
High School Biology
Q & A
What is your teaching philosophy?
Have a positive attitude so that it can be fun for both me and the student.
What might you do in a typical first session with a student?
Introduce myself and find out the student's strengths and weaknesses. And also make my student comfortable by using an icebreaker.
How can you help a student become an independent learner?
By teaching the student to have self confidence.
How would you help a student stay motivated?
Giving breaks in between, and incorporating real life scenarios into the subject.
If a student has difficulty learning a skill or concept, what would you do?
I would be sure not to judge, and to let the student know that it is okay to have difficulties the first time around.