I am currently a graduate student at Northwestern studying Reproductive Science & Medicine. My method is to help students understand course material by taking what they know and expanding that knowledge through study techniques and resources for their style of learning.
My focus is to give each of my students a way of approaching answers through conceptual thinking, so they don't have to rely on pure memory. We will begin with a NBME, the standard of determining where you stand. I will analyze your NBME based on the nature of the bar distribution. We can determine a strong lesson plan from that point.
Bachelor's of science of biology with a minor in chemistry and premedicine focus. Currently obtaining my masters of science in psychology. I am applying for physician assistant school with focus being a surgical PA in dermatology. Here to help with the best understanding of concepts and preparation for what's next.
My focus for education is breaking down components into simple, digestible parts. Often students get too bogged down in details to really appreciate the big picture of the lesson. I like to utilize goofy analogies to relate science to everyday, observable life.
First evaluating where the student is, and what they’re not understanding in the subject. Then trying to teach the subject in a way that is both interesting and makes sense given things that the student already knows or in terms that are more relevant to their interests. I try to give an understanding as to why the subject and what I’m teaching them is important in everyday life.
My approach to teaching is simple "I do, we do, you do". I demonstrate a skill or ability, explaining my reasoning and thought process. Then the student and I begin a guided example together. Finally I turn the student loose to tackle a problem on their own. If they find success we move on, and if not we move back to the "I do" phase. Patience and practice go a long way in teaching.
I alter my teaching methodology based upon the student's needs. For instance, if the student learns best via auditory teaching means, that will be my primary mode of instruction.
I have a flexible teaching style and tailor my lessons for each student, based on their individual learning style and academic needs. My goal is to have students be able to teach the material back to me, as I strongly believe that this indicates a strong grasp of the material.
I recently graduated with a B.A in Biology at Lewis & Clark College. I am a great reader, writer, and love math and science. I would be happy to help students with any or all of the above subjects and with college preparation.
I believe that repetition and genuine understanding of ideas/concepts are important for success with STEM courses. All STEM courses are what I call “block builders”; if you can’t understand basic or simple concepts, there will be difficulty and confusion later on.
My teaching method using colors, diagrams and pictures to explain the materials and break the material so I build to it.
I like to know my students.. What are their interest,hobby,how they use to study.
My teaching method is show how to approach the problem and guide the student through to the solution.
I absolutely love teaching! I have completed education coursework and implement tried-and-true teaching strategies for learners of all types. Learn biology outdoors on a field trip! Learn chemistry by cooking! Learn math using rockets! I love using innovative teaching strategies to get you excited.
Lesson plans will be completely dependent on and tailored to each student and take into account the aims of the course, the specificity of the teacher, and the student’s needs.
I am a Tutor and now in Med( science Education) program majoring in Biology, and physics and chemistry endorsement. My instructional target level will be middle , high school and college biology. I teach inquiry lesson and hands on activities are my favorite.
I recently gradated UC Berkeley majoring in Biology. I like working with each individual student to help identify areas of growth with the greatest marginal gain, whatever point they are at; individualized scaffolding or differentiation.
My ideal students are enrolled in high school or AP biology. Lessons will be tailored to areas of knowledge students wish to improve on: 1) promote understanding of general and specific concepts 2) establish context for learning, motivational encouragement 3) focus on ways of learning or remembering terminology- drawing and mnemonics My style of teaching is friendly and flexible.
I am a graduate from college with a degree in Biology. Some methods of instruction I use are flashcards, pictures, and explaining it in a different way so students can see all the sides of an issue or process. I am a patient person and am willing to take my time to help a student understand the subject.
I like to use PowerPoints and lots of visuals and videos with teaching. I enjoy playing games too. When you make learning fun it’s easier to grasp the content.
I make learning science fun as we relate it to real life, real world application, while often using New and innovative technology . Lessons are paced accordingly and driven with learning for mastery in mind. All student can learn.
I am a recent med school graduate with a passion for teaching. I am currently interviewing for a residency in internal medicine and have some free time to do what I love, teach! In addition to my Doctorate in Medicine, I also studied medical science in graduate school receiving a Master's and I studied Biochemistry and Spanish in Undergrad receiving a Bachelor's degree.
Phase 1: At outset I focus on the student as a person, their interests as they are related to their strengths in any given subject topic. By gaining insight into the students’ fundamental understandings of concepts within a subject topic gradually the "How? and Why?" for both the ease and struggle found by the student as related to that subject topic becomes more apparent.
Experienced and motivated biology professor, published author, dedicated and results orientated educator with excellent experience in both classroom and online teaching. Areas of expertise include cell biology, molecular biology, biochemistry, nutrition, genetics, evolution, and ecology. Experienced in Oracle data base development and programming. Permanent Resident in US.
My name is Simon Jubrail and I give lessons from highschool level all the way to college level classes. My lessons range from Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, and biology. I’ve used studying methods to teach my classmates that works greatly.
Each student is different. When I first meet with my students, I like to assess their interests, strengths, and weaknesses. This allows me to leverage their interests and strengths throughout our sessions, while monitoring improvement of their self-declared weaknesses. This also enables me to activate prior knowledge and allow the student access to the content.
My teaching method is very interactive and concept based and I can clear all concerns of students according to topic.
My teaching method is met the student where they are at in education and optimize their knowledge by helping them build confidence in their intelligence and ability to learn. I focus on refining the students strengths and building the student weakness reforming them into another stength instead of a weakness.
I have a BS in biology and 20 hours toward MS in biology. I also have a medical technology certificate and have worked many years as a medical technologist. I am interested in tutoring middle or high school students in biology.
My teaching method is based on a multidimensional approach. In addition to lectures, I like to use online resources. I have a special interest in e-learning that I will incorporate into my teaching plan. We live in an age of easily obtainable information of all types.
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