My passion for teaching began when I became an assistant dance teacher at my studio at the age of 10. Soon after, I began to tutor family friends, mostly elementary school level, specifically in reading, writing, and spelling. This was the most enjoyable for me, as I believe success in these subjects create the foundation for a great academic career. As I got older and my clientele expanded, I began to tutor higher-level subjects, such as biology and chemistry. Although these subjects do not seem to be important in everyday life, I believe that everyone should have a basic understanding of the sciences. Its concepts and theories govern our everyday lives, whether or not we notice it. Hence, I believe that a conceptual understanding of processes and how they interconnect is vital for success in these fields, and I strive to translate this into my teaching. This affinity for teaching, along with my interest in environmental science, specifically plant ecology, have inspired me to focus my career on conservation education and research. Currently, I am studying environmental science with a minor in business administration at Fordham University Lincoln Center.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Fordham University - Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science
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