I am an undergraduate student at the University of Central Florida, majoring in Biomedical Sciences and minoring in Chemistry. I specialize in chemistry and biology, but am also able to teach certain mathematics courses.
I also taught martial arts for 5 years, and have experience in working with students of all ages who are willing to learn. I am able to tutor in these subjects and am also able to teach martial arts to willing participants.
I enjoy meeting new people who are excited to learn new things, and who are not afraid to push themselves. I also love encouraging people through the material learned, and applying it throughout other aspects of their life.
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We introduce ourselves and I give them a rundown of how the class is normally panned out, and will alter anything for anybody with certain disabilities in order to ensure an optimal learning environment.
I tutored my peers during High School in aforementioned subjects for my last two years, as well as taught martial arts for 5 years and trained for 10 years.
I am willing to negotiate prices.
I was displeased at seeing my peers struggle in courses, so I took it upon myself to make sure they were able to do better at these courses by trying to simplify the course for them in order to make things easier for them. I started teaching martial arts before that, and it was through that which I found enjoyment through helping others better themselves.
I have worked with a wide range of students, from younger to older, and even some with disabilities, and I am very thankful for all my training to allow me to work with so many different students.
A recent memory that I am very fond of is one of my younger students, probably around six years old, cae up to me after a class and said, "I want to be like you when I grow up." It warmed my heart to know I was making such a positive impression on these kid's lives.
Do not be afraid to ask around and find someone who works best with your personality and with your schedule. There are many instructors like me who are great at what they do, and all of us know something the other does not, due to difference in styles and differences in the way they learned.
Personally, I believe there is no such thing as a "dumb question," as being inquisitve is the root of human nature. Any question is open for an answer as long as it doesn't abruptly disrupt my efforts at explaining a lesson.