In my experience in dealing with struggling students I've learned that everybody has the capacity to learn very complex subjects with great ease once given the right set of thinking tools and blue print when solving any problem. I focus on identifying what exactly is making a subject or problem difficult, and I devise a simple, logical approach to figuring it out. Such a skill is not only useful in the SEAM subjects but also in life.
I'm very passionate about my work as a tutor in the SEAM subjects. I majored in Engineering Physics at Fordham University which has given me a strong background in the numbers based classes. I dedicate my free time to always learning something new and interesting. I've had extensive tutoring experience at my university on my free time for four years with students of the HEOP (Higher Education Opportunity Program), and I also volunteered in my high school at St. Francis Prep. I seek to spark an interest in my students within these subjects by making seemingly complicated concepts clearer and easier to understand. All it takes is a desire to learn, and time. I believe that once the student develops the certain way of thinking required to solve these kinds of problems, the subjects will become clearer and more enjoyable at the same time.