Michael, a cum laude graduate with distinction from Keene State College, holds a double major in Mathematical Physics and Chemical Physics. As an undergrad, Michael was Vice President of the Society of Physics Students. His passion for teaching emerged early, as he took on roles as both a one-on-one tutor and a department tutor for Math and Physics.
Post-graduation, Michael embraced a new challenge as a full-time AP Physics teacher in Mainland China. Michael’s impact on his students is evident in their subsequent placements in top universities across America, Europe, and Australia/New Zealand. His international teaching experience exposed him to diverse cultures, allowing him to collaborate and exchange teaching strategies with educators from over 20 countries spanning every continent.
Michael’s teaching philosophy centers on recognizing and adapting to the unique learning styles of each student. He firmly believes that every student can succeed in STEM courses when concepts are tailored to their individual needs. Through his commitment to personalized instruction, Michael strives to make complex subjects accessible and enjoyable for everyone.