I like to split my teaching based on what is required to allow the student excel. Especially when it comes to teaching with curriculum and standardized testing together. Some students, I find, have a very high affinity for the creative thinking that science requires, but often get lost in the confines of multiple choice exams and questions. Others, excel at the brick and mortar teaching but oftentimes need progress in the background information of the subject rather than just going through the hoops. Every student is unique and I like to take diagnostic exams (often times from parts of past AP exams) to see which subjects they excel in, which need more work and which they excel in, and try to bridge the ideas in a clean progressive manner based on what they already know.
I am a physics school graduate of Alfred University originally from and currently residing in Rochester, New York looking to help with online tutoring and AP prep for physics B and C exams as well as calculus AB and BC prep as well as New York regents math and physics courses.
During my time at Alfred I was a teacher's assistant and lab assistant for Dr. Roger Loucks interim professor Dr. Bernstein-Kendall in algebraic physics 1 (mechanics) as well as calculus-based physics 1 and 2 (electricity and magnetism.)
I specialized in astrophysics, but while studying asteroid light curves and stars, I found a love for gravitational and particle physics, and general relativity.
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