I graduated from Lewis & Clark College with a BofA in Psychology. Throughout my time in academia I've spent time working with those who want to improve whether it's algebra, chemistry, biology or writing. I get particularly excited when it's time to talk science! Everywhere you look is something new end fantastic. I do bring this enthusiasm into session, and default to drawing out participation with questions, (What would happen if we changed this? What does this term mean to you? Why do you think we are learning this?) Learning is an active process, but it certainly shouldn't be a chore; the world is far too exciting to let education be boring.
Undergraduate Degree: Lewis & Clark College - Bachelor in Arts, Psychology
ACT Math: 33
SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1350
AP Biology: 4
AP Chemistry: 4
AP Psychology: 5
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