I am an undergrad at the University of Chicago, having graduated high school at Jesuit Dallas. I am currently pursuing a major in Computer Science and a minor in Math. I am interested in teaching as a possible profession, so I am planning to attend graduate school in a few years and planning to get a TA job in upcoming quarters. I tutor Computer Science, Math, and Physics, for Middle and High School students, and maybe college students in intro classes. I am most passionate about teaching programming because I find it to be a very useful and engaging skill; a lot of my friends at UChicago come to me when they have trouble working with Python or R, so I also have the most teaching experience with this field as well.
I believe everyone learns differently, and I aim to be flexible to meet the different learning styles of my students. My general approach, however, emphasizes discovery and the learning process, rather than the rote memorization of rules and facts (this is why I prefer teaching Math, Computer Science, and Physics instead of fact-based domains like History and Chemistry).
In my free time, I learn more about programming, which I apply in the context of programming competitions and game design. I also love playing board games with friends and family.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Chicago - Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
- Video Game Design - Competitive Programming - Playing Board Games - Marvel Movies - Cooking