My philosophy is practice, practice, and more practice. Mathematics is not a study; it is a practice, and the more you practice the better you become at the practice. Practice through engaging learning activities that promotes critical thinking skills and models real world situations.
I have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics, along with a Master of Science Degree in Mathematics.
Previously, I have experience teaching courses ranging from developmental courses to college credit courses, for over ten years. This experience has helped in the development of a strong desire to facilitate students in learning strong mathematical concepts that would help them in different stages in their educational careers.
Mentor to the youth of Chicago, Il. through the Youth Advocate Program (YAP). The program is designed to assist at risk youth with finishing their education, applying for college, job placement, and being successful citizens in their community.