I am a student at Miami Dade College, and I aim to transfer into Florida International University. I am pursuing a Bachelors degree in Physics and Philosophy, and more specifically Applied Physics and Philosophy of Science. Throughout my academic career I have increasingly become amazed at and passionate about the fundamental studies in the scientific field, such as pure mathematics, physics and chemistry. I tutored many of my classmates during my high school years and eventually became know as "the neighborhood tutor". Immediately after high school i began to tutor privately and have been doing so for two years. Aside from my own independent tutoring, I have worked as a math tutor in a separate tutoring company as well as a Physics assistant in my college where I helped various groups of students with college physics one and two.I have always found it a wonderful experience to introduce or develop a student's understanding of what I consider an exciting and unique perspective of the beautiful world around us. Aside from my primary interest in most science and math courses, I also have become rather adept with writing both explanatory and narrative essays. I hold education to be an intrinsic part of human existence-Humans are meant to learn. For this reason, I believe that teaching is really an internal process that happens within all of us, and my job as a tutor is only to act as a facilitator and catalyst to the powerful potential that exists within all people. Outside of my academic life, i enjoy playing the occasional game of soccer, jamming out on my trumpet, and practicing public speaking skills in both controlled and spontaneous settings.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Miami Dade College - Current Undergrad, Physics
Public speaking with Toastmasters, Playing trumpet, reading science fiction
11th Grade Math
12th Grade Math
Elementary School Math
High School Physics
Middle School Reading
Q & A
What is your teaching philosophy?
"The relationship between a student and teacher is one that is completely mutual and simultaneously internal and external, a teacher is purely a peer to a their student, and their only purpose is to share knowledge effectively with an already equally beautiful and potent mind."