I'm a Cornell University alumnus with a BA in Philosophy and Mathematics. My minor was Linguistics. Currently, I'm finishing an MSc in Logic from the University of Amsterdam. I tutor math, chemistry, logic, philosophy, English, Latin, and ACT prep.
During my senior year, I was an undergraduate course assistant for Calculus I at Cornell, grading homework and conducting weekly homework study groups. I also taught courses on the philosophy of physics, mnemonics, and category theory to middle school students for a program called Splash. While living in Amsterdam, I was the TA for an introductory cognitive science course that included propositional logic and formal language theory. I took pride in giving highly detailed responses to students' questions, providing concrete examples and analogies to more familiar topics.
My teaching philosophy is one of kindness, optimism, and patience. Also, I like to make my lessons as entertaining as possible, which is not difficult because I can be a goof even when it's not intentional.
I can break complex topics down to their atoms. I never skip steps or assume that something is understood without confirmation. I try to see everything from your perspective.
Most importantly, I work hard. I will go the extra mile to help you.
Outside of the classroom, I enjoy writing stories and music. I spend about 2 hours every day exercising, and I love being outdoors!
Undergraduate Degree: Cornell University - Bachelor in Arts, Philosophy
Graduate Degree: University of Amsterdam - Master of Science, Logic
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