B.S. University of Maryland
M.A. University of Maryland
Tutoring Physics since 2007.
Daniel earned his bachelor’s degree in Physics and his master’s degree in Secondary Education at the University of Maryland. After earning his degrees, Daniel taught physics at Walt Whitman High School, Maryland’s highest performing high school as ranked by U.S. News and World Report. In addition to teaching at a nationally top-ranked high school for five years, he has also worked with students one-and-one as a physics tutor for over a decade.
Daniel has worked with students across all levels, from freshman and sophomores taking their first introductory-level physics class to seniors excelling in AP coursework. He innovated his school’s AP Physics program and has helped students earn acceptance to elite universities across the country. His primary goal as an educator is to help students develop their critical thinking skills to tackle any problem instead of relying purely on memorizing and applying formulas.
- Daniel’s physics students have been admitted to many prestigious universities known for their physics and engineering programs, including California Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Stanford University.
- In high school, Daniel earned perfect scores of 5 in AP Physics, AP Chemistry, and AP Biology.
- Daniel mentored his students’ robotics club, both in the workshop and out in public, to win regional level robotics competitions.
- He plays professional golf and was invited to compete in Thailand for a PGA Tour.