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University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario Master of Science in Astronomy & Astrophysics 2014-2017 My Masters research project involved determining through numerical simulations the future of the Solar System, based on the action of gravity. McGill University, Montreal, Quebec Bachelor of Physics with Honours I took various college-level physics and mathematics classes, including Advanced Calculus, Classical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Statistical Mechanics, Optics, General Relativity, and others.
As seen below, I have an extensive experience in tutoring and teaching math and science. I love tutoring: few are the things that make me happier than successfully helping a student in their academic and career goals. StudyGate Online Tutor 2017-2018 - I help students with problems experienced in physics, mathematics and programming - I guide them to extra resources to deepen their knowledge - I organize and lead online tutoring sessions over Skype with both high school and college students University of Toronto Teaching assistant 2014-2017 - I organized and lead independently tutorial sessions in college astrophysics courses (AST 101, AST 201 and AST 251) - I summarized and presented class material in interactive sessions with the students - I helped students with their misconceptions to successfully improve their grades - I provided individual guidance to students for whom group sessions were not sufficient McGill University Mathematics and physics tutor 2011-2014 - I provided help to physics undergraduate students, as part of the Physics Help Desk - I mentored students individually in order to succeed in their math and physics classes -I assisted students with relevant studying strategies and information resources Vanier College Mathematics and science tutor 2009-2011 - I organized independently tutorial sessions on high school science and math subjects - I provided aid to students in need and helped them succeed with their academic goals -I developed individualized teaching strategies, depending on the student’s needs ISEE Professional Development Program 2015 - I attended workshops in inquiry-based teaching at the Institute for Scientist and Engineer Educators in University of Santa Cruz, California - I designed an inquiry-based lesson on using statistics in research, aimed for summer students at the University of Toronto astronomy department - I gained a practical understanding on how students learn better through inquiry-based teaching methods
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Outside of teaching, I love programming. I am currently building a portfolio to become a data scientist, learning artificial intelligence in my spare time. I'm also a bit of a cinephile and enjoy a lot of arthouse cinema or whatever is playing at The Royal. I also really like board games and have a small, though constantly growing, collection at home.
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