Throughout my college career, I was known for helping peers with essays, critical thinking skills, and Spanish homework.
I found that material can become SO much easier when approached in an informal, conversational manner-- as if with friends. Once the (sometimes) intimidating teacher-factor has been removed, your thoughts can flow more freely. I'm a huge fan of collaboration and chatting out the essay/problem as a means to a solution!
I graduated within the top five percent of the University of New Hampshire Class of 2016 (#2 in my major). I also received the Distinguished Communication Scholarship Award 2016 and the URC (Undergrad Research Conference) Award of Excellence 2016. I am currently working on the publication of a scholarly article in the academic journal "Qualitative Research in Healthcare and Medicine."
If you're looking for a laid-back, productive session in exercising your thinking skills-- I'd love to work with you!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of New Hampshire - Bachelors, Communication, Writing
Surfing, figure skating, yoga, running, writing, cooking (vegetarian/vegan), acai hunts, the beach
Q & A
What is your teaching philosophy?
As mentioned, I truly believe in education as conversation-- the means by which interactive dialogues leads to deeper understanding. I rely on an informal, casual (yet focused) approach to tutoring, guided by client curiosity.