I completed my education at Bowling Green State University having acquired a bachelor's degree in philosophy with a minor in computer science. I am familiar with most topics in analytic philosophy, but I have a special interest in metaphysics and logic.
Generally, I enjoy working with others to solve problems or develop solutions. Throughout my education I made special efforts to work with my peers outside of the classroom in pursuit of such cooperative experiences. I also have volunteered as a camp counselor in the past and appreciate helping out younger people.
While I am comfortable tutoring most subjects I find the tangibility and sense of accomplishment provided through grasping topics in computer science most rewarding. Moreover, given the prevalence of information technologies, discovering how they work goes a long way in demystifying our world today.
My teaching strategy is to develop the skills required to solve problems systematically. Otherwise, I prefer to approach topics from multiple perspective using models or alternative strategies. This helps to ensure clarity and aims to instill a more conceptual understanding of the topic.
Undergraduate Degree: Bowling Green State University - Bachelor of Philosophy, Philosophy
ACT Composite: 30
ACT English: 32
ACT Math: 30
ACT Reading: 32
philosophy, board games, painting, developing software solutions
Basic Computer Literacy
High School Level American History
High School World History
High School Writing
Technology and Coding