I am a self-motivated, results-driven educator who enjoys teaching/tutoring students of all stages and from diverse backgrounds. I have a doctorate in Biological Sciences from the University of Illinois, Chicago and over 5 years' experience teaching college level biology courses in classroom (as a teaching assistant) and in private tutoring settings. In my teaching/tutoring roles, I plan and lead discussion sections in Mendelian and Molecular Genetics, Biochemistry, and Cell Biology. I create worksheets and practice questions to help student prepare for exams. I also guide students to understand and master course concepts in the above-mentioned courses as well as in research methods, and dissertation writing . I have helped improve students' grades, self-confidence and study skills, in part through motivating students and practicing constructivist teaching/learning approaches.
Undergraduate Degree: Alexandria University - Bachelor of Science, Plant Genetics
Graduate Degree: University of Illinois at Chicago - Doctor of Philosophy, Cellular and Molecular Biology
In my spare time, I manage my charity foundation, spend time with family, watch TV shows, hung out with friends, cook or read novels.