I wanted to teach since I was six years old. I have always had an affinity for mathematics and wondered why some always struggled with what came so easy to me. It wasn't until I started tutoring that I got to see the world of math through their eyes. I have been tutoring since my sophomore year in high school. I took my passion for math to a whole new level when I actually decided to become a teacher in 2011, and began para education/tutoring at an alternative high school in January of 2012. There I learned how to approach the subject of math from three different levels. The gifted student who was placed in the school because they wanted to progress quickly but didn't understand the foundation of why things worked the way they did. The struggling student who was placed in the school for poor grades though they tried their hardest to understand but needed a different way to look at the problems. Then there was the students that were placed in the school via court systems who didn't care whether or not they actually graduated from high school. Each of these different kinds of students required a unique approach on the subject of mathematics, and all of them needed a friend that was willing to help them and understands where they are coming from. I continued my work at the alternative high school until my classes wouldn't allow the time away from school in May of 2014. I enjoyed every moment I spent with those students and I continue to enjoy helping others overcome their challenges and turn them into conquests.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: American InterContinental University-Online - Current Undergrad, Business
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Q & A
What is your teaching philosophy?
Through probing questions, observations, and conversation.