I have been tutoring and teaching science since an early age, starting from helping my classmates with their homework, to being a Teaching Fellow at Boston University during my first years in grad school. It has always been a pleasant experience, and I have learned a lot about teaching.
One thing I am very excited about is the Teaching As Research program that I am currently participating in. In combination with that I am also taking an online course (a MOOC) titled "An Introduction to Evidence-Based Undergraduate STEM Teaching". I highly recommend it by anyone interested in teaching science. In the past I've tried to "condense" my teaching powers into a set of small PDF's. A few of those are available below, at the summaries section.
Teaching As Research (TAR)The Teaching As Research project consists of two semesters. During the first semester (Fall 2015) I will develop a research question and find ways to collect and analyze relevant data. During the second semester it is time to do the actual research.
I am very interested in online homework and how it can be improved. My TAR project will therefore be focused on that topic.
(More info soon!)