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I might be trained as an archaeologist, but my true calling is teaching! I love helping each student harness their natural curiosity no matter the subject. While I specialize in teaching American and European History, English, and beginner’s Latin, I love working with students of all ages across a variety of subjects to improve their marks and, more importantly, re-kindle their love for learning! Whether it’s an AP History exam or second-grade arithmetic, I’m excited to start working alongside new students soon.
Master’s: University of St Andrews (Scotland), Master of Letters in Classics with Distinction (Highest Honours) — August 2020. Undergraduate: The King’s College (NYC), B.A. in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics Cum Laude — 2019. Minored in History and in Theology.
Formal Teaching Experience: Eight months as a part-time speech-and-debate coach and teacher with the American Debate League, mostly at PS 176 in Brooklyn. Childcare experience: 2 Years as a Sunday School Teacher and nursery worker at the Lower Manhattan Community Church Informal Tutoring and Childcare Experience My three younger siblings are eight, thirteen, and eighteen—I am comfortable with kids of all ages!
Now that I've completed my master's, I'm taking this year to study German and get even better at Latin before I commence my doctorate studies in Classical Archaeology. In those rare moments when I'm not busy thinking about ancient Etruscans, I love to play the bass guitar, hang out with family and friends, and work toward performing my first muscle-up!
I love teaching and explaining science at every level!
ESL, Phonics, Reading, Literature, Writing
Algebra, Geometry, Prealgebra
Nutrition, Anthropology, Political Science
American History, Art History, Government & Politics, World History, European History, Religion