- Teaches students:
- Ages 18+
- Teaching since:
- June 2015
I'm a recent graduate of Allegheny College. I was a student of Computer Science, with a Religious Studies minor, and I spent all my free time dancing. The combination is about as odd as it sounds. As a lover of both the sciences and the arts, I have been teaching a variety of subjects for some time. I've taught programming/computer science at Princeton University the past two summers, and I have shared my love of ballroom/dance by teaching college students for the past two years. My languages include Java, C, C++, SQL basics, and python. The dance forms I can share with you are Waltz, American Tango, Foxtrot, Swing, Rumba, ChaCha, and a touch of Bachata, Salsa, and Merengue. If you're a beginner, I hope you take a chance and learn to love dance as much as I do. If more experienced, I would love to broaden your horizons and help develop your technique, style, and repertoire. Either way, keep on dancing!+ Read More
Taught students Ballroom Dance as a skill, means of communication, and social skill. Also led team of assistants and taught private lessons known as TA Sessions.
Showed children the power of computer science and taught fundamental programming skills. Gave each of my classes functional programming skills in three days. Teamed up with each student to have a personal final project made to show to their parents every Friday.+ Read More
Taught college students an appreciation for Comp. Sci. and helped teach various concepts. Constantly helped debug and fix their assignments and projects.