My teaching motto:
There are no stupid questions. You can achieve anything you set your mind to. Practice makes perfect.
My first tutoring job was offered by my counselor when I graduated from high school. I worked as a tutor at a community college, where I was tutoring my fellow classmates and students with chemistry (General Chemistry I & II, Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry I & II and Inorganic chemistry I & II) as well as mathematics (Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus I and II). I tutor students of many ages, from the Highschool level studying mathematics and science, to the college level of mathematics and science majors. My favorite subjects are mathematics and chemistry, at any level.
My specialty is one-on-one tutoring and group tutoring. My tutoring style has been described as patient, passionate, dedicated, and friendly. My students think of me as a friendly person, as I maintain that relationship so that it is easiest for them to ask me any questions without any hesitation as well as understand the material in a much more comfortable environment. I believe that nothing is hard to learn in education if it's done step by step and taught in a manner for the students to comprehend and apply to their daily lives.
Tutoring is one of the avenues that satisfies my desire to increase interest in the subjects I teach and to allow students to get more out of their education. I spend most of my free time with friends and family.
I love playing chess.
University of Houston