My interest in math dates back to my years in high school, where I excelled in all math courses from Algebra to Calculus. When I was a senior, I took a first-year calculus course at a local college (such an advanced-level class was not available in high school at the time) and earned an A. It seemed only logical that I pursue a career in Civil Engineering. I am also excellent in Drafting programs. like AutoCAD, other software.
I hope to share my background, passion, and experiences with my students and help them reach personal success.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Arizona State University - Bachelors, Civil Engineering
My hobbies include reading, spending time with family, and spending time outdoors.
AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
AP Physics C: Mechanics
Basic Computer Literacy
Civil and Environmental Engineering
CLEP College Algebra
CLEP College Mathematics
Elementary School English
Exam FM - Financial Mathematics
Exam LTAM - Long-Term Actuarial Mathematics
Exam STAM - Short-Term Actuarial Mathematics
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics
GRE Subject Test in Physics
GRE Subject Tests
High School Economics
IB Further Mathematics
IB Mathematical Studies
IB World Religions
ISEE-Lower Level Mathematics Achievement
ISEE-Middle Level Mathematics Achievement
ISEE-Upper Level Mathematics Achievement
PC Basic Computer Skills
SAT Subject Tests Prep
Statics and Dynamics
Study Skills and Organization
Technology and Coding
What is your teaching philosophy?
Every student deserves the best education.
What might you do in a typical first session with a student?
In a first session, I would touch base on where the student is in the course.
How can you help a student become an independent learner?
To make sure a student is an independent learner, I would train the student with multiple example problems.
How would you help a student stay motivated?
To help a student stay motivated, I would inform them how studying will help them in the future.
If a student has difficulty learning a skill or concept, what would you do?
I would show the student multiple examples and make sure the student understands it.