Associate of Science, Mathematics, Bunker Hill Community College, 2018.
Daniel has over 4 years of teaching/tutoring experience and tutors students in grades 4-12, as well as undergraduate level, in English Language Arts/writing and math (including geometry, algebra, calculus, and other areas). He prepares students for all sections of the ISEE and SSAT tests. He is experienced in working with students with Special Needs, and differentiates his instruction to meet the specific needs of his students. He’s also experienced and certified in instructing students in Music Theory.
Daniel says, “My educational philosophy is that the ideal way to teach is to best understand the student, because teaching is about helping someone learn. Instead of asking ‘How can I teach this person?’ ask ‘How can I help this person understand what they don’t know?’ My hobbies include learning new things in science, playing guitar, listening to music, skateboarding, sewing, drawing, and archery. I also enjoy learning Korean, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, and other languages. Additionally, I enjoy Python Programming and MATLAB. I’ve traveled to Beijing and Nanjing in China, Montreal in Canada, and Glasgow in Scotland.”