A couple summers ago, I made the Girls Who Create summer camp. I started from scratch and created a curriculum, schedule, slides, teaching material, demonstrations, and coded examples. It was one of the most amazing and most rewarding experiences of my entire life. I hoped to do it again and continue the camp, but afterContinue reading “Making Girls Who Create Public”
I’m a pretty visual learner, so over the course of my AP Statistics class, I’ve made a couple of drawings that really helped me solidify certain concepts in my head. I’m pretty proud of them, and hope others will find them useful as well!
An Incredible Experience! Just finished creating, organizing, and teaching the Girls Who Create Camp and it was one of the best experiences of my life! It was a lot of responsibility creating this summer camp on my own and I learned so much. At this camp, I taught girls about 3D Printing and design, butContinue reading “Girls Who Create Summer Camp!”
Movie Screening Coming Soon Just finished this poster for a free screening of the movie “Most Likely to Succeed.” Can’t wait!
Stanford Summer! I just spent the last 3 weeks at Stanford for the Stanford Pre Collegiate Summer Institutes. And I can honestly say it was one of the most amazing experiences of my entire life. This was the longest I’ve lived away from home without my family. And as an internationally reputed camp, SPCSI allowedContinue reading “Stanford Pre Collegiate Institutes”
Everybody learns a little differently In a past post, I talked about how I tutor a kid named Max.When I gave Max algebra problems to solve, I noticed that he took the right steps–but in the wrong order. For example: After correcting him, and guiding him through some sample problems, I asked him toContinue reading “Tutoring”
An absolutely amazing experience I just got the amazing opportunity to teach kids aged 5 to 12 coding at LinkenIN’s super fun Inday Event. Though I was slightly nervous at first, the moment I got up there and started, I felt so awesome! I was so glad that the kids found coding as fun andContinue reading “Teaching at LinkedIN”
How teaching helped me learn For a couple weeks now, I’ve been tutoring a student, named…well, for the sake of confidentiality, let’s call him “Max.” Max has been having trouble with algebra for a while and his dad thought it might be helpful to have me help him so he’s prepared for school next year.Continue reading “Changing my views on Learning”