Tutor profile: Dalia M.
Physics Teaching Assistant at Zewail City, BS Degree in Nuclear and Radiation Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Alexandria University
I have been working as a tutor for 5 years now, physics and math are my passion and I love and enjoy teaching, I have a belief that the detailed thoughtful explanation that arises ideas and encourages questions in students' minds leads to enhancing the ability of exploring and starts the creating process based on what is learned and understood about how our world works, I think that the purpose of teaching is giving the students the full explanation and enhancing their abilities of creating further.
I worked as math and physics online tutor at Mathpresso Company in 2019, I was solving SAT/ACT/AP/IB math questions and providing a written detailed explanation for each question. I worked as an academic presenter at Planetarium Space School in Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Summer 2017, I was responsible for content preparation and presentation, projects planning, and sessions’ management. I'm an academic presenter at ESA-Alex, Egyptian Society for Astronomy since February 2016 until now, I was also an academic presenter at various events at...
2015 - 2019
The University of Science and Technology at Zewail City, Teaching Assistant
2021 - Present
Mathpresso, Online tutor
2019 - 2019
Solving SAT/ACT/AP/IB math questions and providing a written detailed explanation for each question.
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