# Tutor profile: Yousri B.

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Yousri B.

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## Bio

### About Yousri

About Yousri

Some students believe that they are not mathematically gifted; therefore incapable of learning mathematics. I believe the contrary, that all students with motivation sustained by the teacher and confidence in their mathematical skills are essential to the student’s success in the classroom.

### Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience

As an educator, it’s extremely important to recognize individual strengths and be able to support all learners.
I am always convinced to create a culture of learning in classrooms so students feel emotionally safe and become effective critical and creative thinkers. This needs to be recognized so that students learn to see making mistakes as a learning opportunity and not something to be feared; thus, allowing them to gain and appreciate qualities like empathy and tolerance of diverse opinions and resilience to adversity. In addition,

Education

Ohio State University

Mathematics

Bachelor's Degree

1998 - 2002

### Subjects

Subjects

### Work Experience

Work Experience

Al Akhawayn School of Ifrane, Math Department Chair & Secondary Math Teacher

2008 - 2020

• Coordinated the review, development, and revision of all mathematics programs and related curriculum documents and materials, including curriculum guides, course outlines, and teaching plans for the purpose of enhancing student achievement.
• Teach Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus, and/or AP
Statistics for Grades 7 to 12 using The Art of Problem Solving series.
• Design and implement lesson plans, which incorporate the Socratic method,
enabling students to think for themselves by responding to their questions with...

International School of Choueifat, Primary and Secondary Math Teacher

2005 - 2008

• Taught Primary Math for grades 5 and 6, Algebra 1 for grade 7, Algebra 2 and Geometry 1 for grade 8.
• Taught concepts by using The SABIS Point System with each lesson alternating frequently between oral work, individual work, and group work in such a way that it is difficult for students to switch off.
• Maintained excellent classroom management skills and an ability to keep students on task.
• Advised, motivated, helped, and coached students who fell behind in their work.
• Developed students' academic competencies, learning techniques,

Dasman Model School, Middle and High School Math Teacher

2003 - 2005

• Taught Primary Math for grade 6, Pre-Algebra for grade 8, Algebra 1 for grade 9, and Algebra 2 and Geometry 1 for grade 10.
• Designed and implemented lesson plans, which incorporate the Socratic method, enabling students to think for themselves by responding to their questions with questions, instead of answers, and encouraging divergent thinking rather than convergent.
• Incorporated team-centered learning techniques to boost everyone’s learning experience and to promote a sense of community through shared learning goals.
• Developed...

Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth, Mathematics Instructor

2003 - 2003

• Instructed mathematical logic, set theory, function theory, graph theory, and group theory.
• Designed and implemented lesson plans, which incorporate the Socratic method, enabling students to think for themselves by responding to their questions with questions, instead of answers, and encouraging divergent thinking rather than convergent.
• Incorporated team-centered learning techniques to boost everyone’s learning experience and to promote a sense of community through shared learning goals.
• Created a positive atmosphere and arranged the...

The Ohio State University, Teaching Associate

2000 - 2003

• Instructed college algebra and trigonometry, business math, pre-calculus, and calculus on quarterly basis.
• Designed and implemented lesson plans, which incorporate the Socratic method, enabling students to think for themselves by responding to their questions with questions, instead of answers, and encouraging divergent thinking rather than convergent.
• Created environment conductive to learning through individual instruction in weekly office hours.
• Prepared, administered, and marked quizzes.
• Administered, and marked departmental...

Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth, Mathematics Instructor

2002 - 2002

• Instructed mathematical logic, set theory, function theory, graph theory, and group theory.
• Designed and implemented lesson plans, which incorporate the Socratic method, enabling students to think for themselves by responding to their questions with questions, instead of answers, and encouraging divergent thinking rather than convergent.
• Incorporated team-centered learning techniques to boost everyone’s learning experience and to promote a sense of community through shared learning goals.
• Created a positive atmosphere and arranged the...

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