I am constantly striving to make the world a better place, which led me to attend the University of Colorado, where I majored in Environmental Studies and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. While attending, I was exposed to many interesting topics that inspired me to pursue independent extra curricular research in the form of an Honors Thesis. I have experience working in a laboratory and in the field, and have incredible attention to detail, which I have harnessed during my schooling and athletic history. I am fully aware of how this position would allow for me to make positive, lasting impacts in many humans' lives, and I am very excited to begin making those impacts. I believe each individual has the opportunity to positively impact countless lives, and I will not waste mine. My goal for every day is to be a better person than I was the day before. This self-reflection and revision process allows me to quickly and effectively adapt to many situations, and ensures I will be successful under any circumstances.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Colorado Boulder - Bachelor in Arts, Environmental Studies & Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (Double Major)
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Q & A
What is your teaching philosophy?
Maximize the student's learning by adapting to their learning styles and interests.
What might you do in a typical first session with a student?
I typically like to get to know the student as well as I can, and what kinds of activities, school subjects, learning styles, etc., they enjoy. I try to focus on where they are struggling, and then ask them the best way for me to assist.
How can you help a student become an independent learner?
I like to offer them techniques that I have used in the past. One of my strengths is my ability to adapt to many different teaching styles, so I have experience with many different learning techniques that I can help them learn and apply.