I am currently a sophomore at Boise State University studying Human Biology. I have a 3.8 GPA and currently remain on the Dean's list. I am willing to give lessons to anyone in elementary school, middle school, high school, and first year college students. As a tutor, I will be very patient and understanding with my students.
I attended the University of Tampa in Florida where I double majored in biology and marine science and minored in chemistry and environmental science (BS degree 2000). I also completed my Texas state teacher certification coursework and and have 7 years teaching experience. I have a Master's in Divinity as well.
I like to give examples and relate back to the real world to help drive home the topics and concepts. I use a lot of pictures and diagrams. I find quizzing helps understand where each student is and how well they understand. I also have the students try and teach me what they learned and ask questions.
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.
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.
Graduated from St. Paul's high school in Covington, LA in 2010. Went to LSU for my first two and a half years of college. I then went to nursing school for a year and a half before transferring to UNO to finish my Biology degree. I am now a Master's student studying Ecology and Conservation Biology.
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.
I have a teaching degree and a lifetime teaching certificate from the state of West Virginia. I graduated from Glenville State College with a teaching degree in health, physical education and biology. I expanded my degree with a masters from Marshal University with a concentration in mathematics through algebra 1. I have teaching experience of 38 years in the public schools of WV.
I teach via the Socratic method. When a student approaches me with a question, I take the time to ask questions to direct them towards the answer on their own, so that they can learn the process to find the answers and not just "know" the answers.
For the hands on student interested in taking biology further. Best for independent learners and home school students. But I will also help students enrolled in other classes while exposing them to more of the hands on and experimental aspects involved. We will dive into the origins of biological life, how life is coded, and move into learning about recombinant DNA, synthetic biology, and GMOs.
My name is Bre. I have a B.S. in Biology and I am willing to tutor any age. I am a person who likes to get to know the client's study method. I am a visual/ hands on learner personally. As a teacher I listen and want you as a student to learn and enjoy it.
I have a medical degree, and many years of clinical experience. I have a diploma in tropical medicine and Masters in Public health. As a doctor I used to teach biology to high school and all premedical subjects to nurses. Now I teach family medicine to doctors enrolled in distance education during their contact programs.
I learnt many facts about effective teaching which leads to thorough preparation of the subject and continuous evolution of teaching skills. As a teacher I must be able to recognize the learning capabilities of a student at the individual and group levels, and let my lesson plans transform as I interact with my students.
I base my classes off of the way my students learn the best, whether it be hands on, repetition, nemonic phrases, or a mix of all three. I like to reinforce topics of importance with games and fun learning styles to make learning more interesting and fun so that it is more beneficial.
I prefer to begin by understanding what it is the student has the most difficulty with a build up to that material. This is done by breaking down information so that it is easily digestible and not overwhelming. As well as determining study habits that will be most useful for each type of student.
My lesson plans are flexible depending on what the student is interested in learning. Once I know the student’s needs, I will prepare specific lesson plans with a title, expected time for completion, objectives, methodology, content, review, and assessment.
One thing that I have learned from my 7 years of teaching experience is; Student would love to study if it is easy for them. I want to make science and language learning a fun time for my students. For that I make them so involved and make them do everything practically and go through again and again that they become pro.
My teaching method is learn, practice, reteach. I have found that the best way for me to be confident in what I have learned is to reteach it back to someone. Doing so allows us to not only know the information, but we can also focus on simplifying how we explain and understand things.
My teaching method is based on the student method of learning. While teaching a students, I give them examples from daily life which makes their understanding level of the topic much better. I teach students with their capacity of understanding not with my capacity of knowledge.
I have taught in a physical classroom, a museum, an outdoor environmental school, and GED classes. My preference is to teach using brain-based learning strategies, debate and critical thinking. I specialize in using learning strategies based on research for the whole learner.
I really enjoy making my lessons comprehensible and exciting; engaging and intriguing. Something to be enthusiastic about, no test anxiety here!! I love comparing things to the real world. What really matters is being able to relate to something real time so it sticks to the noggin.
I like to approach difficult concepts by breaking them down into smaller, easier to understand chunks. Drawing diagrams and creating methods of memorization such as memory palaces and acronyms are also helpful. PowerPoint presentations and other forms of displaying information can also contribute to memorization.
My teaching methods are very direct and straight to the point, so you can be successful in the knowledge of the subject. I also like to have fun in my lessons, so there will be constant interaction so it can help you remember the notes. You will also learn different memorization methods.
I hold a Master's in Biology and have over 3 years working as an Industrial Microbiologist for large companies. I have my Bachelor's in Biology from the University of Southern Mississippi, my Master's in Biology from the University of Mississippi, and I attended Northern Arizona for 3 years for my PhD in ecology that I did not finish at the time.
I have a Bachelors of Science in Environmental Horticulture from Montana State University. I am looking to continue my education with a masters in Plant Pathology in the next couple years. My strengths are in Science, Biology and Physiology, but am also proficient at reading and writing.
I graduated from Birmingham-Southern (2016) in Biology with minors in chemistry and history. I took a wide variety of classes, ranging from field botany, physiology, environmental ecology, and advanced cell. I am focused on the mechanisms behind evolution and cellular function, and aim to have students feel comfortable in explaining their functions to me.
My teaching method is one which keeps a structured presentation of information and works on the basis of repetition for enhanced memorization of topics, and I also believe in providing most of the information ahead of time for it to be easier for students to keep up and add notes within the information already given, making studying easier and more streamlined.
My teaching methods are based on the individual to maximize learning potential. Students will learn and master the necessary skills for all science based classes. All students that are searching for a better understanding in biology can rely on me for guidance for; learning concepts, excel, word, power point, and other skills necessary to the degree.
My teaching method is by demonstrating and collaboration. I believe every student can succeed even when a little extra help is necessary. One student's way of learning may not be the same as another, and my approach reflects that fact.
I pride myself on using multiple teaching strategies to help students understand a concept. I teach towards the student's strengths (auditory, visual, etc.) and plan my lesson based on what will work best for that individual. I have experience working with students that have IEPs and have learned how to meet the needs of each type of learner.
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