I believe in hands on learning. I was a high school biology teacher in Texas this past year and now I am working in a research lab at OU studying the genetics of ancient diseases. I always try to make learning fun and relevant to you so that you are excited about the material.
University of Phoenix---Master of Education: Curriculum Design and Instruction University of Arizona---Bachelor of Science: Physiological and Health Sciences Arizona State Certicates: CTE Health Science, Biology, General Science Training: AVID, Link Crew, Leadership (Student Government), Career and Technical Education, etc.
Hello to my future fellow students. I say " fellow students" because we never stop learning. I am a patient and focused person who believes that everybody can enjoy studying and not treat it as a chore. I have a background in sciences since I am a graduate of Biological Science and a Doctor of Medicine in the Philippines.
I have a BA in communications from Florida Atlantic University. I have 3+ years of experience as a classroom teacher and I hols and up to date certification in Middle Grades Science from the Florida Department of Education. I am very familiar with the standards upon which Florida students will be assessed in science and I tailor my instruction to those standards.
I am a former Biology teacher. I have 8 years of teaching experience. I recently retired to stay at home with my children. I am able to give lessons to elementary through high school age children. I like to use hands on manipulatives to aid in understanding concepts. The more fun a person can make a subject, the easier it is to learn.
My teaching method involves making information come to life. I show that each piece of information has value, whether it's obvious or not. I can teach to all levels, from grade school through graduate school. I like to make sure the foundation of a lesson is laid out before diving into details.
I love to teach in one-on-one situations! I like to determine a student's current level in a subject and create a path we can travel on together to help them arrive at a mastery of that subject. I like to make my classes fun wherever possible; I use whatever methods--diagrams, videos, or websites--most click with a student's learning style.
My teaching method depends on visualizing the material taught by using the student's imagination. Live in the subject, rather than memorize it. I like to be fully prepared before the lesson starts by taking all necessary information from the student, to better communicate and make the subject more desirable.
I teach students at the collegiate level. I like to have scheduled lessons so that students can get the most out of the sessions. I believe that the best way to help students is to have them practice, practice, practice. I like going over questions to test if what they are reading is sticking.
The basis of my teaching style is fun for retention. I believe if my students have a positive experience associated with the material, they will remember it better. I come up with fun learning games and hands on examples.
I provide lessons to all levels and ages of students. Most of my clients are high school and college age and need help with a range of biology and hard science classes. I personalize every one on one session and try to help students feel comfortable and confident. In group settings, I try to address all concerns in a time efficient manner and use lesson plans geared towards that individual class.
I feel I can explain and teach anywhere from the high school level up to undergraduate in college. I have performed a number of cell biology experiments and techniques, so I should be able to help explain biology questions from a more applied standpoint.
I am a biochemist with a passion sharing my love of science with others through teaching. I have experience in teaching high school, undergraduate, and graduate students. Throughout my years as both an instructor and a tutor, I always tailor my instruction methods to best fit each student.
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.
I tutor in general biology, cell and molecular biology, genetics, and college prep. I tutor the way I learn best, acting as a resource to allow my students to apply the knowledge they have while facilitating growth. I am understanding of frustrations in learning hard sciences (I had more than a few myself) and am always willing to cater to the needs of the individual.
I have a lot of knowledge of biology, math and coding and would be ready to help someone who wants additional guidance in one or more of these areas. I would mostly focus on going over material the person finds confusing and help them work through it. For the subject of coding, if they are a beginner I would first explain the concepts and then move onto practice examples.
I have perfected various study skills that have helped many of my students with efficient uses of their study time. I not only base my lessons on the subjects required for students but also various methods on how to study for specific subjects.
My teaching approach focuses on the fundamental concepts of the material, allowing the student to truly understand the material and not memorize facts. I want my students to feel comfortable enough to teach others the material. If you can teach the material to others, you truly understand it.
I teach based on how I would want to be taught. I believe that biology is a hands-on field, and that it sohuld be taught that way. However, I work dilligently to understand how various students learn best so that they can understand the material in a way that will help them feel confident.
My teaching method is a combination of repetition and real-life examples. While I want students/peers to read their material thoroughly, I can also allow them to view "textbook situations" through "real life" examples.
My teaching method is to try and relate the material to real world concepts or to relate to the student themselves. I am also a very visual learner so I like to teach the material as visual as I can.
I am a public high school life science educator. I have been teaching for the last 11 years and tutoring for over 15 years. I have taught well over 2,000 students in my classroom and tutored hundreds of students over the years.
I can give lessons to undergraduate students and below. The following is a general outline. If you need help on a lecture, or book chapter: 1. Review lecture/chapter. Isolate what you do and do NOT understand. Write questions down (This will give you more bang for your buck). Of course, I can still try to reteach your lecture, if needed. 2.
Each lesson for the tutoring method will vary depending on the core issue areas brought to me by the student, prepared in advanced for any challenge you have. My teaching methods are very hands on, examples are my to-go method for teaching as this is an in-depth explanation along with practical practice.
I have two different aspects in my teaching. First of all, I like to see your method of learning. After the trial class, I try to design classes and/or tutoring tailored to your method. Secondly, as mentioned in my profile, I want to know why you want to study biology.
I am a Molecular Biologist, currently working on cancer research. I teach students ranging from middle school to college. Each class is structured to grab students' attention and involvement with different activities and examples taken from real life. I want my students to be completely involved in the topics we are covering.
I am interested in applying for this position to tutor kids . I am currently teaching Science in North Middle school , Aurora. I have student teaching experience on the third- fourth-, and sixth-grade level, in both suburban and urban school districts. I have extensive tutoring experience in a variety of fields. I have tutored in subjects like science for children of all ages .
My name is Priya and I am currently finish up on my PhD from UMass Medical School. I graduated with Honors in Biology from Mount Holyoke College in 2009. I have been teaching and mentoring since 2008 and more recently I have an Adjunct Position at Becker College teaching Anatomy and Physiology.
Me as a teacher: I like to get to know students to maximize our time and efficiency in learning the material. I help students stay focused and determine what learning methods work for them. Experience is the best teacher, so I try to incorporate experiences like observations, experiments, or real-life problems.
I am a teacher for college level courses in Biology and Microbiology. I have taught undergraduate courses in Community Colleges and Universities. Presently, I also teach high school Environmental Science and Scientific Research. I use several different ways of teaching content depending on learner types that I understand through a survey.
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