I believe a strong foundation in math and science is important for everyone. It is important because it allows you to better understand the world and be a strong contributing member of society. It will also open many doors that otherwise wouldn't be available to you.
I have a degree in aerospace engineering. With my experience in math and science, I would love to be able to give back. I enjoy tutoring and educating others and seeing that light in their eyes when a new idea clicks with them.
My hope is that I can tutor, guide, and inspire the next generation.
Undergraduate Degree: Auburn University - Bachelors, Aerospace Engineering
Walking my dog, listening to podcasts, playing video games, and learning something new every day.
What is your teaching philosophy?
My teaching philosophy is to break down the components of a problem that may seem alien to the student and show them that it is just a combination of methods and ideas that they have learned before.
What might you do in a typical first session with a student?
In a first session I would like to get to know the student's level of knowledge on the subject at hand and how they feel about it.
How can you help a student become an independent learner?
I would show the student how to look at any problem or idea that is confronting them, and how to look at it in a way that they can analyze it so they too can break it down into steps that they may already know.