Hello, my name is Sebiga and I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2020 with a degree in Psychology. I will also be matriculating at Georgetown University Law Center this upcoming fall. Ever since I were young, I had a proclivity for communicating with young children. In middle school, I helped build a school in the Philippines and discovered my love for teaching and helping children. This love stuck with my throughout high school and my college years, in which I tutored low-income students around the local West Philadelphia area. After returning to Korea, I have taught many high school and elementary students in group as well as individual sessions.
I don’t like long awkward silences, so I try to talk to my students as much as possible. I ask them questions about what they like, what they did during the weekend, and other miscellaneous aspects of their lives. In this way, I can learn more about my students and their personalities and create a friendship-like relationship. However, while classes should be fun and engaging, I also believe that work must be done for that is the purpose of learning. I strive to enforce a strong work ethic and instill a growth mindset in my students.