I am senior student at CUNY New-City College of Technology, majoring in Mechanical Engineering Technology. I have been tutoring since September 2018 in my college. I tutor tutor (algebra, pre-calculus, calculus 1 and 2, and trigonometry). I also tutor in physics (physics 1 and 2). As for engineering classes, I have not been tutoring officially, I do it under recommendation or when classmates need help (statics, strength of material, advanced strength of material, AutoCAD, Invetor, Thermodynamics,...). Out of these subjects, math is my favorite, and the reason for that is I have a strong understanding of the material. Also, since middle school I fell in love with number at the point that I associate everything with number. My teaching philosophy is simple: If I teach you something and your are not able to teach it to someone else that means I did not fulfill my job as a tutor. Therefore, to reach that objective I listen to my students, give them hints before jumping in and solve the problem for them, I encourage them to try solving the problem first instead of them being just a spectator and letting me do all the work. And that is because I believe in the following quote:
"Each one lifts one, so we can empower everybody to make this world a better place for everyone!
There is no a dumb person because everyone is unique in their own."
I do lots different thing for fun. I am a big fan of soccer (play and watch). I also love playing video games such as FIFA, Fornite, Batman, Dragon Ball Z, Naruto. Furthermore, I love dancing dancing, watching movies and TV shows, and listening to music.
My favorite movies: Burne Identity, Angel Has Fallen, and Avatar.
Favorite Shows : Prison break, Game of Thrones, Vampire Diaries, house of car and Sherlock Holmes.
Anime: One Piece, Naruto Shippuden, Black Clover and Clash On Titan
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: CUNY New York City College of Technology - Bachelor of Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology
Soccer (play and watch), reading, Video games, and dancing