My name is Kenise, but you can call me Keke. I am a Medical student with one year left to graduate. I give lessons to high school and college student. My teaching method is to understand the student feeling and learning first before I can move to the next step. I approach my topic by explaining to students how we will review it together.
My teaching method is deeply rooted in developing knowledge through various perspectives. Standardized lesson plans are neglected in favor of student-specific lesson customization. My primary responsibility is simply to help you determine HOW you learn best. General study techniques and mental excercises promoting reception and focus are also offered.
My universal approach to the process of learning emphasizes a broad skill set that includes organizational development, time management, goal-oriented planning, and conceptual understanding, in addition to academic performance.
I have a Bachelor's of Science in Biology and Biochemistry and a minor in Molecular Biology and immunology from University of Nevada, Reno. In addition to my scientific background I have certifications in Oracle SQL, MySQL, Google Suites, and Microsoft Suites. All of which, I possess exceptional proficiency in.
I have over 30 years experience teaching students from all levels, including middle and high school, as well as college and graduate students. I have taught many teachers to become more effective teachers by identifying what is holding a student back from success. I use many teaching techniques depending on what your circumstance turns out to be.
I approach each teaching opportunity in a different way. I try to gear what is most appropriate in every situation. I tend to lean towards a communicative and illustrative approach. I believe that every student is different and deserves the attention they need. Some are visual learners, while others are more auditory or verbal learners.
I strongly believe in the inquiry-based method of teaching, which is that I encourage students in a way in which they begin to ask themselves relevant questions that encourage thinking and learning. When a teacher asks many (guiding) questions, she or he sets the tone for students.
I currently work and Boise State University as a lab teacher. I hold a bachelors degree in chemistry and have tutored students for upwards of ten years. I'm open to private tutoring on up to groups of 10-15 students. I have experience in general chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, inorganic chemistry, and physical chemistry (limited).
My job is to equip the students with authentic-learning experience and give them the tools and skills they need to collaborate, think critically, and solve complex challenges. I focus on the process of learning and not just memorization. My focus is on the whole student and tailoring that lesson to his/her needs.
I got my bachelor's degree in Neuroscience with a minor in philosophy and medical sciences. I am graduating with my master's degree this spring and I am attending Kentucky College of Medicine in the fall.
I am a double major in both chemistry and environmental studies at UNC Asheville. I do chemical research in the field of water quality, which enables me to provide students with engaging examples of why chemistry helps explain the natural world! I typically do hands on problems with students and usually base lessons around where students need the most help.
I tried to find the best way for my students to success regardless of their learning style. I have a lot of skill in presenting information and explaining it in such a way that it makes the most sense. I'm very passionate about science and math and I am a teacher because there's nothing like helping someone have success learning something that they might often struggle with.
I teach HS science, currently Biology, and am very excited to work with students helping them to prepare AND to move to the next level of understanding. I believe science is so amazing and should by taught that was as well. I graduated from BGSU and have also worked in Engineering on Cad/Cam as well as been and Administrator at Owens.
I believe that students learn by doing. I make sure that students are actively writing and practicing problems in order to gain a true understanding of the material. I also have experience with ADHD, test anxiety and Lee confidence in ones ability.
I am a medical physician with experience in General Practice and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Over years of teaching I have adapted an approach that fits best with students goals. Upon initiating a lesson plan, I encourage students to be open about their goals and commitments, which I feel contributes to success in achieving course performance and entrance to Universities and Graduate Programs.
Chemistry is my true passion, but it hasn't always been. My enthusiasm and love for science guide my teaching. I have learned through my own academic challenges, and I'm sure you'll agree, that the attitude of your instructor strongly affects the efficiency and depth of learning, as well as retention of the information learned.
I approach each student as an individual who may learn in a unique manner, so I try to understand which teaching strategies will work the best for each student. I like to give students a little bit of the big picture ideas and applications behind each lesson to help make material more interesting and relevant.
As someone who has used tutors and tutored others in the past, I understand everyone learns a little differently. I try to correct your way of thinking about a concept instead of instilling my own.
I don't believe in one sort of teaching method-- my biggest focus as a teacher or tutor is learning how I can best suit my student. Exploring different studying and teaching methods and listening to/working WITH each student individually is the way to achieve academic success.
My teaching methodology revolves around two main ideas: tailoring my lesson plans based on the individual student's need for each lesson, and specifically preparing the students for exams and other high-point parts of a class, rather than a more general preparation.
Hello everyone! I am available as a chemistry tutor to anyone who is in need, no matter the level of education (middle school, high school, college, etc.). I have a Bachelor's and Master's degree in chemical engineering, and one year of PhD experience as well. I am specialized in analytical chemistry, but passed organic chemistry and biochemistry courses with flying colours too.
Whether you are trying to excel or just get through a tough time in your class, I am excited and experienced teaching all levels and many learning styles.
I have a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry from Drury University. I will be attending the University of Missouri in the spring to pursue an electrical engineering degree. In the meantime, I am interested in teaching math and science to students who may be unfamiliar or struggling with these subjects.
My teaching method is beginning with a simplified lecture and notes intertwined with retrieval practice and comprehension. The lessons will be catered to whether the student is a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic learning and include real life analogies, comparisons, and mnemonics to emphasize student memory along with comprehension.
I believe in implementing visual, auditory, written, and repetition for optimal studying. My study methods include memorizing flash cards, doing practice tests, and talking through the materials with others. I can give lessons for high school and undergraduate college courses in math, chemistry, and Human anatomy & physiology courses.
I tailor each lesson to fit a specific student's needs using a variety of different methods to ensure each student individualise success. These include but are not limited to lectures, recitation style question and answer sessions and practice exams or quizzes.
I am a tutor for undergraduate level chemistry and biochemistry. I often will make worksheets or problems to work through with you during the lesson. I am happy to help answer questions you might have about your homework, but I will not just give you the answers to anything graded. I want to lead YOU to come to the right answer.
My experience has been solely with High School-aged students, but can easily extend to college or elementary school students.
My teaching style involves two parts, first cultivating an understanding of an individual's learning style, and areas of strength and weakness, and secondly developing strategies for successfully learning, reviewing, and mastering material.
I strive to adapt to any students learning style. I am accustomed to teaching new students as well as older students and have a great capacity for patience. I have a lot of experience tutoring at the college level but am flexible enough to work with anyone.
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