Teaching philosophy and its related subjects is my passion. Philosophy is full of useful wisdom, but can be rather confusing at times. The best way to cut through this confusion is by having a 1-on-1 session with a tutor that understands where your confusion is stemming from and knows how to resolve it. That being said, sometimes philosophy is also about coming to conclusions for yourself. So, while I do clarify topics and teach students more about them, I do not tell students exactly what to think. Because of this, my teaching style is less like a lecture, and more like an open discourse. I teach general philosophy, the philosophy of religion, ethical philosophy and sociology.
I currently hold a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with a Psychology Minor, and I am working towards a PhD. After earning a PhD, my ultimate goal is to teach philosophy at a university. This has been my goal ever since I took my first philosophy course at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. I realized that philosophy is one of the only subjects that can be applied to everyday life, no matter how old or young a student is and regardless of their profession. Thats why I am passionate about teaching philosophy - it's practical.
During my time as an undergraduate, I joined the philosophy club and tutored many fellow students. I led class discussions on a variety of philosophical topics, and even participated in some public speaking events. Overall, I believe that my studies at university, along with my teaching experiences, have provided me with a great foundation for tutoring. I'm happy to help anyone who wishes to know more about the subjects that I offer.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee - Bachelor in Arts, Philosophy
I have a few hobbies outside of philosophy. I like to produce music using LogicX Pro, snowboard, write non-fiction, and go on ATV expeditions. I also play Rocket League, Destiny, GTA, and many other video games.