After initial assessment of the desires of the student, I would formulate a plan to address the particular subject areas he/she wants to work on. My approach is to probe with questions and determine the student's knowledge base, and to work from there; I am a proponent of concept mapping, or mind mapping to make the student an active part of the learning process.
I am a senior Biology student at St. Edward's University. I have taken Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Physiology, Human Anatomy, Vertebrate Biology, Evolution, Entomology, and Population Biology & Ecology. I have extensive field and laboratory research experience. I try to break down concepts and relate them to simpler systems/organisms that students can understand.
I can give lessons to college and high school students. I am a very visual person and will use diagrams. I also love coming up with mnemonics to help students remember things. I love using practice problems because practice makes perfect.
My teaching method is very diverse because I base my classes on the individual needs of my students. My approach to lessons is through the lense of inquiry based learning and life application experiences by way of differentiating content instruction.
I like to approach the subject with finding how much each student knows the subject, asking what the struggles are, and finding the best way to learn for them. Then to work on the subject and advance at their own pace.
I have Master of Science (zoology) and Master of philosophy (Zoology) degrees with a two years experience of teaching general science to middle school grades. And experience of teaching biology to 11th grade students. I provide lessons that are easy to understand and memorize.
I like to get to know fellow students and what their study rountines are. That helps me take a better approach when it come to lesson plans and such. For group classes, I tend to try and focus on everyone’s learning style so that it’s clear and concise.
I am a believer of teaching through discussion. If you don't understand something I am saying, I strongly encourage you to let me know and I will do my best to teach it in a different way. I am patient and love to help others. So I am okay with going over the same subject multiple times.
A global educator . Long experience in giving solid base in Math and Science . I have a degree in Administartion, and political science. I am also highly qualified to teach Biology Chemistry and earth science for all students at different levels.
I'm a 5 year science teacher in the Houston area that loves to teach middle and high school students. My classes are interactive and I expect my students to engage in each lesson. I try to stay away from a lecture style class, instead my class works together to learn and teach each other.
Approach each topic from a different view and interpret the real meaning of taking on a topic. How to manage to interpret your mind and body into a new spec of learning.
My teaching method is very simple. I try to make everything as simple and as easy for you as possible.
I AM A JUNIOR AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON. I'M WORKING ON MY B.A IN CHEMISTRY AS WELL AS A TEACHING CERTIFICATION. MY LESSONS CONSISTS MOSTLY OF UNDERSTANDING THE METHODS OF LEARNING OF THE STUDENT AND APPLYING REAL LIFE SCENARIOS TO BUILD INTEREST IN THE SUBJET MATTER.
I am a recent high school grad that graduated early and I break down the material as far as you need me too in order to make it more understandable for you to pass. I've helped teachers at my former high school with one on one teaching with students from freshmen to seniors.
I have a masters degree from Portsmouth university, united kingdom in quality management. I had a first degree in geology. I also teach international quality, safety and environmental management systems vocationally around the world.
I am currently attending Texas State University to receive my bachelor's degree in nursing. I was top 10% in my Functional Biology class and I am passionate about the subject. My strong academic performance prompted my professor to request that I become a study group leader and help other students who were struggling with the subject.
I have taken different biology subjects to college students including Biochemistry, Microbiology, Bioinformatics, computational biology, Bioorganic Chemistry. I have also handled several practical sessions for the above-mentioned subjects.
Obtained by Bachelor of Science at University of California, Merced. I studied Human Biology and graduated May 2017. I typically tutored by friends in classes taken at university and so decided to become an actual tutor as I discovered teaching to be a passion of mine. I prefer to tutor sciences, but am capable of also helping with reading, writing, and algebra.
Already have an associate(Bsc for outside US) in Microbiology with Environmental science and Biochemistry as minors. Easily able to teach biology to middle school and high school kids with the minors included. The lesson will be structured or based on the syllabus or the topics that are brought forth by the student. Methodology is based on how one understands or comprehend anything.
EDUCATION DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN BIOCHEMISTRY JAN 2005 SCHOOL OF BIOCHEMISTRY, UNIVERSITY OF PERUGIA, ITALY Thesis: “The role of anionic phospholipids in the modulation of mitochondrial functionality” Graduated with honors BACHELOR AND MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY OCT 1999 SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY, UNIVERSITY OF PERUGIA, ITALY Th
Hello! My name is Morgan Taylor and I am a high school student at St. John's School in Houston, TX. I am currently a Sophomore, and I am proficient in Biological Sciences such as Anatomy, Ecology, and Biology as well as mathematics. I can easily assist with homework, test prep, and exam studies.
Mr. Nichols, “Kevin”, of Missouri City, is a board certified paramedic with over 17 years of experience in emergency medicine and trauma services. He is the acting Clinical Director of a local 911/EMS system, where he serves as clinical coordinator and most recently with Paramedical Services Limited where he serves as Chief Compliance Specialist.
While teaching, I wish to translate my love for both science and math to my students. After learning first-hand from my high school Physics teacher, a student’s first introduction to a subject can make a strong impression on whether or not they like the subject, for the rest of their life. I would like to help make a positive lasting impression on many students and even adults that I tutor.
I like to teach each class based on the needs of the students. I prepare by reviewing the necessary topics to be covered and recall how I best learned these originally. I use as many visual aids as possible, and I love the variety of animations that can be viewed on the internet.
Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science with minors in Biology and Chemistry from Baylor University, Waco, TX Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine - University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, TX Board certifications in Anatomical and Clinical Pathology as well as Forensic Pathology
Currently finishing up last 2 semesters of undergraduate studies in Houston and continuing research at the university in Downtown.
I have the student explain to me how to work out the problem because this helps me find out what their point of confusion is then explain to them the issue they were having.
Most of my students are high schoolers. I teach them by breaking down the complex problems into simple basic parts from which they develop an understanding of the problems. I also give relevant problems to them for developing a better understanding so they can approach the problem efficiently and in a simple way.
Biology major in senior year of college going to medical school. I also work part time as a biology lab assistance, demonstrating student dissections, making microbiology solutions and many more.
My teaching method involves breaking down larger concepts into smaller, more approachable topics. I present each topic through multiple teaching styles (visual, auditory, kinesthetic) in order to reinforce the material and to accommodate all types of learners. I also find great value in connecting the material to real-life examples.
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