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I just finished a PhD in philosophy of physics at Western and I have a Masters (equivalent) in physics from the University of Toronto. I'm offering physics and math tutoring in in London.
I just finished a PhD in philosophy of physics at the University of Western Ontario studying philosophy of physics. I have a bachelors degree in physics, with second major in biology, as well as a bachelors in philosophy. Both of these are from Acadia University. I also spent a year doing graduate studies in particle physics at the University of Toronto before switching to philosophy.
I have three years of experience working as a teaching assistant for first to third year physics courses. One year of experience as a lab instructor for first year university physics. One year of experience tutoring second year multivariable calculus. Four years of experience working as a teaching assistant for first and second year philosophy courses.
I prefer to use the Socratic method when possible. This method involves asking leading questions to get students to make connections between pieces of information they already know. In the ideal case this amounts to providing sign posts that lead the student to discover an answer based on what they already know.
A typical tutoring session would focus on explaining concepts, problem-solving, or both.
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- Western University (2019) - PhD in philosophy of physics (Doctorate) (✘ Not On File)
- Acadia University (2012) - BA in philosophy (Bachelors) (✘ Not On File)
- University of Toronto (2009) - MSc (equivalent) in physics (Masters) (✘ Not On File)
- Acadia University (2008) - BSc in physics (Bachelors) (✘ Not On File)