I would describe my style of teaching as problem-based. I find tutoring to be the most effective when clear explanations are given to concrete problems, thereby reinforcing and applying broader concepts.
I find that the best way to learn complex material is to first attempt it, and then think through the problem with a tutor and address any gaps in knowledge. To ensure the material is learned, students should then attempt another problem that employs the same concept or way of thinking. That is the strategy I use with students to get the best results.
I tutored middle school and high school students in math and english for four years and have vast experience mentoring and collaborating with them to help them reach their goals.
After being a high-achieving student my entire life, I know the importance of rationalizing through problems, giving clear explanations, and reinforcing newly learned material.
A little bit about myself: I graduated with highest honors from Princeton University and completed the pre-medical track while earning a degree in Psychology and a minor in global health policy. I enjoy reading (particularly historical fiction) and pistachio ice cream!
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Princeton University: Summa cum Laude. Concentration in Psychology, certificate in Global Health Policy
Class of 2018; GPA: 3.81.
Thesis: Now You See Me: Infants are Capable of Top-down Perception of Own-Race Faces
RESEARCH AND WORK EXPERIENCE-
- UCSF's Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center, Clinical Research Coordinator
- Princeton Baby Lab, Research Assistant
- Hanson Lab at Boston Children’s Hospital, Intern
- Ethiopian National Project (ENP) in Israel, Intern
- Young Scholar's Institute, Tutor
- Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, Intern
LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEERING-
- Princeton University, Resident College Adviser
- Community House Big Sibs, Volunteer
- Rockefeller College Council, Co-Chair
Second Author: Low Usage of FES Cycles by People with Neurological Conditions in a Home Setting, Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, 2014
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