In 2004 I graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelor of Science in Crime, Law, and Justice. I then went back to school at Barry University in Miami, Florida and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biomedical and Forensic Photography in 2012. I now work as a Forensic Photographer with the Texas Department of Public Safety Crime Laboratory. Throughout my life, I have constantly helped out in my mother's elementary school classroom. I would read to her class and tutor those struggling in reading as well as math. Some of these students returned for tutoring all the way through middle school. In college, I tutored a student in the basics of photography. While I have worked with students in math, logic, reading, grammar, photography study skills, and more, math and logic are my favorites to tutor. I think the most important thing is to convey that learning can be fun. If it is fun, we are more inclined to do it! I love to play logic games, math games, and word games to learn in a new way. Additionally, learning different concepts' real-world applications can make a lesson more meaningful to a student. In my free time, I love to rock climb, run, take my dog to the park, read, do crossword puzzles, and play bass drum in my drum corps!
Undergraduate Degree: Penn State University - Bachelor of Science, Crime, Law, and Justice
Undergraduate Degree: Barry University - Bachelor in Arts, Biomedical and Forensic Photography
Music, marching band, photography, math, reading, word games, logic problems, jigsaw puzzles, crossword puzzles, logic games, cooking, baking, yoga, crossfit, running, rock climbing.
Elementary School Math
High School English
Study Skills and Organization