I am currently a Masters in Public Health (MPH) student studying health policy at Harvard. I also have a Masters degree in Molecular Biology and completed 3 years of medical school prior to starting my MPH (I will resume medical school upon completion of my MPH). I love to teach and take great care to tailor my lessons to the needs of my student.
I am a creative and engaging tutor offering lessons in all the sciences and other general academic subjects. I recently received my Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and Music from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA. I specialize in private one-on-one tutoring or group tutoring.
I'm twenty- four and I've completed my bachelor's in psychology. I'm currently in community college studying pre-med. Goal is to help students with chemistry, calculus and physics since they can be tough classes. I believe I can be able to help students struggling with these classes by making the concepts easier to understand and breaking the material down so it's easier to grasp.
I teach with sight, sound, enthusiasm, from the lowest level. Once you catch on then we can move to the level in which you are to know the subject matter. I may say silly things, but it is in order for you to remember using all of your faculties.
I teach high school and graduate level courses by making the content pertinent to my students. All my student know how what I am teaching applies to them and the communities they live in. I make all my tutoring sessions and classroom lectures fun and exciting.
My teaching method is interactive. I create short breaks here and there and use simple and interesting interactions to give the student a chance to grasp the material, ask questions and follow along. When the concept is a bit abstract, I use analogy with something concrete that the student can easily recognize.
I do my best to try and make sense of the material instead of just memorizing. This makes your learning experience more efficient because concepts reappear through out the course. I know what concepts are important to teachers and in clinic.
I break subjects down to their fundamental concepts and emphasize holistic and logic-based learning. I prefer to teach with the Socratic Method so that I can guide students into accomplishing their goals and building the toolset to ask scientific questions and develop the learning techniques that are most effective for them.
I approach each lesson by what the student hopes to learn. I usually give classes to high school or undergraduate students interested in pursuing a career in the health sciences field. I like to help the students understand the material so they are able to solve problems critically on their own.
I teach based on what your personal goals are. If it is to get an A in your biology class then I will guide you to achieving that goal. If you simply want to get a good grade on a test, then we can go over specific topics from your study guide/curriculum.
I am a retired physician/surgeon with a Master's Degree in education and a New York State teacher's certificate. I taught 13 years at a pre-college level before leaving for medical school. After my career in medicine, I served as adjunct professor for pre-med students at St Petersburg College.
I'm very easy-going and like to make learning fun. I'm big on visual learning (using YouTube videos, etc.) and really big on kinesthy2ketic learning. That's where you're actually doing something/moving to help with the learning.
I am passionate in the study of microbiology and understanding the intricate mechanisms of all organisms.
I graduated from Cornell University 2017 with a BS in Biological Sciences. My concentration was in Neurobiology & Behavior, and I also received a Music Minor. I am currently applying to medical school while working in Philadelphia. I want to gain more experience in a medical setting, and teach students who are interested or need help with the sciences.
I provide lessons to high school students working on AP Biology courses and college students working on improving in biology, biochemistry, microbiology and molecular biology by providing new methods of understanding of biology subjects. You will not simply just learn but understand the subject decreasing the amount you need to memorize in order to be successful.
Hello! I have two associates of science in Avian Biology and General Agriculture. I will also obtain a bachelor's of science degree in Biology soon.
I believe in the ignorance of a scientist leads to the discovery. I guide my students through their exploration of the natural world. I am a former cell biology researcher that switched to teaching. Teaching has allowed me the opportunity to share my passion for scientific reasoning.
I have a Bachelor's of Science in Biology from UMKC. I was instructed heavily in chemistry, physics, math through calculus, anatomy, psychology and sociology in addition to biology. Biology is my true love, and I have always found it easy to inspire interest in a subject that is not easily accessible to most.
Fun and enthusiastic educator with a bachelors in Biology and a Masters in Education, who loves working with middle and high school level students. Lessons vary based on students specified needs, and goals for each topic, and include various means of learning information, from textbooks, current events, videos, and even personal experiences.
I am comfortable tutoring in all levels of science and biology from basic science through college-level biology and chemistry.
PhD microbiology, Georgetown University; Professor in Research Virology, UCSF; Summer lecturer, Public Health Microbiology, UC Berkeley; Health presentations to lay people; Associate Editor, DMID. Working groups, pop-questions, student interaction, current health issues. Office hours: Students’ questions, facilitate thinking, career advice.
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 integrate findings from psychology and neuroscience into teaching you about biology efficiently. We will use "memory tools" such as the memory palace to make learning fun and efficient.
I am a Senior Biomedical Engineering Student at the University of Rhode Island. I currently TA two Human Anatomy Labs and I enjoy breaking down complex topics and problems into simpler, more relatable examples which students can understand easier. I always ensure we learn the basics before starting our lessons to ensure we have established a solid framework to learn from.
I have a two Bachelor of Science degrees in Neuroscience from University of Delaware, a second bachelor's Biology and also a Master or science in biology from William Paterson University. I like to encourage my students to think beyond the text. My style of teaching is engaging, with not just a lecture or me talking all the time.
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.
My PhD is from Texas Tech University on the paleobiogeography and carbonate stratigraphy of the Alexander terrane in southeast Alaska. I always start with the basics and work up to the fun and empowering concepts that allow my students not only to understand how science is done, but to do science themselves.
I'm a scientist by training who just moved to the West Coast from Boston, MA. I would love to help students of any age learn about any type of biology. I will adjust my method of instruction based on the needs of the students, as some students prefer diagrams over texts, or vice versa.
I am a quality-oriented recent college graduate from the University of La Verne. I have a 3.0 GPA as well as a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology with a Concentration in Pre-Medicine.
Math (Elem, Pre-algebra, Algebra I/II, geometry, SPSS, college algebra), Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Genetics, Biochemistry, Anatomy) and test prep (SAT, ACT, MCAT, GRE, GED) for all ages (Elementary, Middle School, High School, College, Graduate School). Work with students to identify their individual teaching styles to help them teach themselves.
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