My teaching method is attempting to relate a problem in a way that decomposes it into clear steps. I also like going over each and every step every time a new step is created ( i.e. step one goes to step 2 which is related to step one, then step 3 which is related to step 2 which is related to step 1). This technique has greatly aided me in following my own train of thought and finding problems a lot simpler.
I am a fourth-year math and physics student at UVIC. I am currently in Coquitlam conducting my own research at SFU in the biophysics field. My goal in my career is to become a professor in physics while doing research on the side. My teaching experience varies from aiding a neighbor in grade 12 math to countless problems explained to fellow students in my program.
Highly motivated 4th-year university student, interested in tackling challenges and rewarding problems focused on physics, mathematics, and astronomy. Driven by a curiosity to experiment with new tools and to harness new skill sets, with a proven ability to excel in environments focused on autonomy and team collaboration. Perform at best when traversing between multiple projects in a certain time frame.
Experience tutoring high school students in pre-calc math 11 and 12 as well as aiding fellow students in university with homework problems and studying.
Physics: Kinematics, Torque, Forces/Gravitation
Math: Calculus/Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Functions
Rewards/Scholarships: BC Achievement Scholarship recognizing the top 8000 high-school students in the province, UVic Entrance Scholarship to commemorate outstanding achievement in high school
Helped grade 12 neighbor prepare for a final rewrite in math12 pre-calc which excelled them from a failing grade to a near A.
Experience with explaining concepts and problems to multiple students at once across problems in math and physics.
Guitar, Soccer, fitness
Participated in French Immersion for 5 years, currently learning Italian.
Rocketry Team UVIC: Lead physicist in the propulsion group focusing on hybrid rocket motor construction.
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