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...I am a recent graduate from Stanford University with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. I have always loved math and science and though many students shy away from these subjects, it is my goal to show students that they can be fun, or at least alleviate some of the stress surrounding them. I understand that many students have trouble learning in a lecture environment.

...As a substitute teacher, I gained valuable experience working with children of all ages and backgrounds, from honor-roll students to at-risk youth to those who just didn't understand their math homework. I will be returning to FSUSD as a substitute teacher this fall. My main interest, as you may have guessed, is microbiology -- but I have a broad background in basic biological sciences.

...The classes I teach are equivalent to the 1st and 2nd semester of college calculus classes. I show patience and clarity in my teaching by asking questions to check for understanding, visually showing examples, and discussing the application of the concept. I taught pre calculus for 5 years and am well versed in the concepts taught.

...The idea behind this approach is that students will have to constantly incorporate previous topics solidifying their mastery in the subject. Students that undergo inquiry-based learning are conditioned to the unique thought process necessary in science and math subjects and will be prepared to a...

...I have taught and tutored students in statistics for eight years, and can explain even the most complicated statistical concepts simply, clearly, and effectively. For example, my five current statistics students each came to me feeling very confused. But after a session or two, each one knew what they were doing, why they were doing it, and how to do it; it all make sense.

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