“ Since my very first maths class, I’ve admired it for being able to explain so much phenomena in everyday life. ”
It’s difficult to pin down one reason why I love mathematics; there are just too many. Since my very first maths class, I’ve admired it for being able to explain so much phenomena in everyday life. As I grew older, so did my passion for mathematics. You can see it everywhere in modern life. In every technological advancement, mathematics plays a major role.
I have always been interested in teaching, probably because I have been fortunate enough to meet some very good teachers. These people have been role models to me. I admire their confidence and way of reasoning, as well as their great level of knowledge and passion for their subject. That is how I want to be, confident in, knowledgeable, and passionate about what I do. I see mathematics as the art of analysing and studying interesting patterns. That’s an art worth sharing, and teaching allows me to do that.
I know that the more students I can get fascinated with maths, the more new concepts I’ll have the opportunity to learn about in the future. Questioning plays a major role in mathematics. In my experience, students pose the best questions. And tackling these questions makes me a better mathematician.