I have tutored grades K-College since 2016. I have a bachelor's degree in mathematics with honors from Portland State University. I’m very passionate about lifelong learning. Tutoring allows me to continue to keep education a part of my life and allows me to support others with a subject I care deeply for.

There are so many different approaches to reach the same answer which makes it challenging for learners to know which approach to use. I like to adjust my technique to fit the individual needs of each student through patience and encouragement and help them develop the skills they need to best learn. When solving a math problem, my tutoring style involves helping students know what they should be thinking in their head - what they should be asking themselves - when given a certain problem and develop a stepwise approach to solving it. I love engaging learners to ask questions and solve problems alongside me!

As a tutor for the Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization, I work alongside high school students that all have very different experiences with math. There was one student I worked with since her freshman year. In my first tutoring session with her, she shared with me that moving to the U.S. and learning a new language is extremely hard, but math was way harder to her! Her biggest challenge was understanding the lecture material, so our sessions were centered on relearning the lecture together and working closely on all assignments. She made sure to show up to after school tutoring every opportunity she had, and by the end of the year, I referred to her as a math wizard!

I enjoy playing video games, gardening, watching kdramas, and playing with my Samoyed, Meelo! Current game I’m playing: Genshin Impact. Game I need to play: Elden Ring.

Elementary school, middle school, high school, and college learners.

As a tutor for the Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization, I work alongside high school students that all have very different experiences with math. There was one student I worked with since her freshman year. In my first tutoring session with her, she shared with me that moving to the U.S. and learning a new language is extremely hard, but math was way harder to her! Her biggest challenge was understanding the lecture material, so our sessions were centered on relearning the lecture together and working closely on all assignments. She made sure to show up to after school tutoring every opportunity she had, and by the end of the year, I referred to her as a math wizard!

Tutoring subjects:

Elementary Math

Middle School Math

Common Core Math

Pre-Algebra

Algebra I

Algebra II

Honors Algebra

Geometry

Trigonometry

Pre-Calculus

College Algebra

College Trigonometry

College Geometry