My name is Sam, and I recently moved to Los Angeles from New York City where I was teaching science and math in a K-8 public school. My experience in education lies in science and math. I studied Meteorology in undergrad with minors in math and journalism, and then got my masters degree in Earth science education at The American Museum of Natural History's Richard Gilder Graduate school in New York City. During summers and after school I have tutored students 1 on 1, as well as in small groups. After teaching math and science concepts to groups of 25 or more students in the classroom, I really appreciate the opportunity to tutor students 1 on 1, and work with their individual needs and learning styles. I have worked with a diverse amount of students including gifted and talented, english language learners, and students with executive functioning disorders including ADD, ADHD, anxiety and autism.
American Museum of Natural History - Richard Gilder Graduate School
Earth Science Education
Noyce Fellow and Scholar