I strongly believe that the best way to teach a student is to adapt to their needs and that in order to best teach you have to not just work with them but also try to connect with them. I have been working in an instructor-type position since the end of 2017 but have prior experience tutoring classmates in mathematics. I've worked as a teaching assistant for the Center for Gifted Youth out of LIU Post for 4 years as well as a tutor for LIU Post in both French and Mathematics. I now hold a position as a Substitute Teacher for the NYC Department of Education and have worked with students ranging from Pre-K to 8th grade. I also privately tutor students of all ages ranging from elementary grade levels to high school. I earned my B.S. in Mathematics from LIU Post where I was able to work closely with professors to create a program that best fit my needs, for example, adjusting my classes to challenge myself. My favorite subject to tutor is Mathematics because I see math as a language that is very straightforward, although I understand that not everyone feels the same, and I strive to help others at the very least feel comfortable understanding the material.
Undergraduate Degree: Long Island University-Brooklyn Campus - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics
ACT Math: 31
ACT Reading: 31
I enjoy reading, and am always looking for recommendations. I also like to create art, experimenting with different styles and mediums, although working with graphite and acrylic is what I love the most. I spend a lot of my time cultivating and nurturing my relationships with people as I believe that having a strong and supportive community is a necessary foundation for success.
AP Studio Art: 2-D Design
AP Studio Art: Drawing
Elementary School Math