I have been a math tutor since late 1999, both under an organization and privately for myself. I have always loved math when I was a young child since I loved numbers. Within different organizations, I have taught math as an instructor for about three years and physics as a teaching assistant for four years. During that time, I have developed a philosophy for educating others. That philosophy is that learning should be a sense of communication between the instructor and student. What do I mean by that? I mean that the instructor should be able to recognize what the student needs to be successful by learning as much about the skills of the student as possible; in turn, the student should be able to ask the instructor any questions that would allow the student to improve his or her skills. From that, the student would be able to feel more confident in mastering his or her skills and tasks at hand.
I am someone who loves also loves computers and other electronics, and I enjoy figuring out how to use them in different ways where they can be productive in the long run. Outside of math and computers, I am a sports fan, especially for ice hockey and tennis, where I play tennis whenever I have the chance. Additionally, I read the news at all levels that range from the state level to the international level. I focus on reading about the economy where I can learn more about the stock market and more into understanding foreign languages. As of now, I am working on refreshing my ability to speak Spanish and French.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Georgia Southern University - Bachelors, Physics
Graduate Degree: American InterContinental University-Online - Masters, Information Technology
Going to different events, learning foreign languages, reading science and current events, watching sports.