I am a future graduate student in virology and microbial pathogenesis, who has always been interested in learning new things, willing to teach biology up to sophomore year undergraduate level. My lessons rely on visuals and explanations, and are adept at relating information to everyday life.
am a science educator and I specialize in elementary, high school, undergraduate and graduate level science courses such as Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Psychology, Organic Chemistry and Physics. I have tutored vast amount of students from different academic levels and also have my teaching certification.
I am an Ivy League graduate comfortable teaching most biological subjects and levels, as well as history. My lessons are centered around developing an understanding of the fundamentals behind a subject, so the student can then extrapolate those to broader ideas. I am a patient and thorough teacher, who can adapt to a student's needs and learning style.
Received a Undergrad in Biology at University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Then received a Masters degree in Entomology at Louisiana State University. I have experiences in teaching every level of education and pride myself in being able to relate to the students and convey the information whatever way that optimizes there learning.
Individualized teaching to reach your academic or management goals. Problem solving for university & secondary students and land managers. Domestic animal care, pasture management, plant identification, weed control with targeted grazing, horseback riding including dressage & jumping. Best practices for writing scientific papers.
My name is Vicki Green. I love Microbiology, Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathophysiology. I have 105 semester hours at Lamar University-Beaumont. I was excepted in the Nursing Department in 2008 but was diagnosed with a brain tumor and did not complete my degree. I will train you in the techniques to easily learn and pass Biology courses online.
I have a Bachelors of Science in Biology from Penn State Behrend and a Masters of Education from Western Governors University. I additionally have 97 credits towards a Geology Degree at Mercyhurst University. I teach with enthusiasm and hands on learning to create interest on the student end.
Hello! I am a recent graduate from Massachusetts who has relocated to Colorado. I have extensive knowledge of both general biological science as well as more specific subjects like zoology and psychology as well. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Marine Animal Behavior. I am based out of Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
I have taught students from middle school age to adults. I have covered the physical sciences, biology, and anatomy & physiology. I provide individualized instruction based on your personal preferences, strengths, and areas of desired growth. My lessons are student-centered and based on the most up to date research in science education. I make lessons interesting and relevant to you.
Whether you are an undergraduate or a high school student, I would love to help you improve your performance in these subjects, or to teach you the whole gamut of chemistry - or just help you with those few concepts you are struggling with.
Hey! I'm Mark. I started teaching for the Princeton Review as a SAT instructor when I was still an undergraduate at FSU and absolutely loved the environment to it.I have been teaching for four years in subjects such as chemistry, biology, physics, math, and many more. I teach most sciences from primary school to college courses.
As a recent college graduate, I know what helped me learn topics in biology and other courses. I know that you have to fun while you learn and you will remember better. I give 110% and I except the student I am helping to do the same.
My name is Erin White. I am a student at Salisbury University studying Biology and Secondary Education. Biology and Teaching are both subjects that I am incredibly enthusiastic and passionate about. I am offering tutoring services to elementary, middle, and high school students in the field of Biology.
I have a PhD in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. I am an expert in the fields of genetics and molecular biology. I have 5 years of teaching experience through working as a teacher's assistant during my PhD. I am open to teaching students at both the high school and college level.
I am a cancer researcher. I have hands-on experience in various fields of biological sciences, and I try to convey this experience to my students using real-life examples that students can relate to. This makes learning more relatable and enjoyable.
I have a Bachelor of Science in Biology (cum laude) and worked as a teacher for 5 years. I can give instruction to 6th through 12th-grade level students. My methods include but are not limited to Power points, videos, labs, activities, and prefer to find ways to engage students with the content they are learning.
Recent College grad who through visuals and other fun mechanisms can bring joy and motivation to a science that can get over looked. I have a variety of techniques that can help you learn and pass your class.
I am a senior at York College of Pennsylvania studying secondary education of biology. At York College, I am given the opportunity to teach lessons and interact within classrooms from grades 7-12th. I focus on an engaging hook to my lesson to spark interest. I value effective integration of technology within my lessons, coupled with interactive activities to keep my lessons fun and engaging.
If you are struggling to understand a topic, I am looking forward to helping you with your individual needs. I work with all levels from Middle School through College Undergraduate. We can meet in person if you are local or by webcam for convenience. About me: I love science! My Bachelor's degree is in Ecology and Evolution. Master's degree in molecular biology and biomedicine. Ph.D.
Bachelor of Science major in Biology and minor in Philosophy. I do not feed answers, rather I implore using brainpower to arrive at the correct solution in problem solving as well as tactics to handle future problems on your own.
I am a senior at Indiana University majoring in Biology with minors in Chemistry and Music. I am knowledgeable and passionate about these subjects, and I am a very patient and flexible with people of all ages. I typically educate others through discussion, visuals, and real life application of topics and then through example problems.
I am a 19 year old male who is attending college at LSUE. I provide Biology, Spanish, Algebra, and English tutoring for Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors in High School. I also offer remedial tutoring for College students. I have scored a 34 on my ACT and hope to pass my knowledge on to others. My tutoring methods are as follows; 1.
Hi, my name is Brooke. I am going into my third year of college, and I have previously attended two colleges where one of my majors was biology. I recently changed my major, but my passion is still biology/anatomy. I have tutored biology at North Hennepin Community College, and I have taken over four biology/anatomy courses during high school and college.
I have a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Environmental Studies and a minor in Biology from Ursinus College, PA. My method of teaching is focused on first answering any questions/clarifying difficult concepts followed by having the student teach what they learned back to me. Teaching is one of the best forms of studying possible.
I have doctorate in biology and have taught a number or college courses in the biological sciences, including general biology for majors and non-majors, genetics, conservation biology and environmental science. As a private tutor I can provide individual assessment of students strength and weaknesses and tailor lessons to student specific needs.
I am a full-time researcher at a Children's research hospital in Memphis, USA and I love teaching biology to children at mid/high school and also at college level. I teach these subjects using real life/practical problems. I would like to spend my evenings and weekends to teach children/adults who are struggling to understand the concepts in Cell biology/Molecular biology/Physiology.
I graduated with honors from the University of Tennessee at Martin and earned over 15 academic awards. I am currently pursuing my Masters in Animal Science at the University of Florida, where I have been awarded a full-tuition fellowship and research assistantship. I have previously tutored chemistry, biology, math, animal science, plant science, and microbiology to college students.
I graduated from Presbyterian College with a BS in biology and with honors. I am currently a medical student at the USC school of medicine.
I have a BS in Biology from the University of Richmond and earned my teaching license after graduating. I enjoy using technology in my lessons and have used iPads and even students' personal devices as tool to bring science material to life. I believe in making personal connections to students and the material they learn to make the learning process as laid back and fun as possible.
A.A.S. in Applied Science A.A.S. in Allied Health B.S. in Biology Minor Chemistry M.E.D. in Secondary Education Current student with Northern Arizona University. Always taking classes with Coursera.org and our local library. Also, like to take classes with Arizona Western College to re-up my knowledge in my field that I teach.
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