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EducationCalifornia State University-Fullerton - Current Undergrad, Applied Mathematics
The following courses I have tutored and places I have been part of vouch for my credibility: Rancho Verde High School Junior level mathematics, California State University of Fullerton mathematics department, Nicholas Academic Centers Foundation, Pre-algebra, Algebra I, Algebra I I, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, AP Calculus AB, Business Calculus, College Algebra, Intermediate Mathematics, Introduction to Python programming, Introduction to Chess, and Modular Origami.
The following courses I have taken and successfully completed underscore my flexibility to tutor multiple subjects of math: AP Calculus, Calculus I, Calculus I I, Calculus I I I, Calculus IV, Linear Algebra, History of Mathematics, Mathematical Modeling, Advanced Mathematical Modeling, MATLAB, and Discrete Mathematics.
Throughout the 6 years of tutoring experience I have encountered students who loathe the general subject and others who cherish it. For those who dislike math I try to make the tutoring experience more entertaining referencing online resources such as math games. For those who revere the subject, I try to intrigue them even more by referencing online resources such as WolframAlpha or MATLAB. Ultimately, I find it very fascinating to meet atypical and typical difficulties and abilities students have to offer. Moreover, I can say without any doubt that mathematics will always be one of my favorite subjects to teach.
HobbiesPart of my character traits are influenced by the activities I occasionally engage in during my spare time with students. For example, I enjoy overlaping chess with mathematics, in particular pure mathematics and logical reasoning. Chess offers students the grounds to which they could exercise thier minds and grow their critical thinking skills. That's why I am a strong advocate for playing chess as a hobby. I am always happy to accept a student's challenge, but even more thrilled to see them learn from their mistakes when playing the "game of kings".
Furthermore, I also have a passionate obsession with the beautiful art of origami. As it turns out, students can too observe the many overlaps origami shares with mathematics. For instance, over the years I have led origami workshops to teach students about modular origami. Modular origami can be closely associated to geometry. In such workshops, students were taught how to create slinky models, wristbands, dodecahedrons, 3D penguin models, 3D swan models, traditional fish, cranes, birds, dogs, frogs, snappers, mice and elephants.
10th Grade math, Calculus 3, Multivariable Calculus, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Algebra 3/4, College Algebra, Developmental Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, Linear Algebra, Pre-Algebra, Calculus 2, Calculus 1, AP Calculus AB, 11th Grade math, 12th Grade math, 9th Grade math, ACT Math, CAHSEE Mathematics, Math, Math, Middle School Math, PSAT Mathematics, SAT Math, SAT Mathematics, SAT Subject Test in Mathematics Level 1, SAT Subject Test in Mathematics Level 2, Python
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