As a recent college graduate I understand the difficulties that come with such learning environment, such lack of interaction and course objective deadlines I aim to teach high school and college level minds who need help outside of the classroom to understand concepts in an easier environment.
To understand my approach, please see my video at: (concealed information) My first step is to set goals and expectations - understand where you are and where you are going. My second step is Discovery - this is where I find out what you're struggling with. My third and last step is Reinforcement.
Chemistry: I approach organic chemistry by emphasizing the need to grasp the structural rules and formulas of organic compounds, identifying reactions and mechanisms that take place in the organic world, and not forgetting about the physical and chemical properties that every organic compound has.
As a teacher, I view myself primarily as a facilitator of learning, rather than as an expert who simply delivers information to students. I love to bring a lot of energy to my class.
Whether I am teaching one on one or in a group, I like to work one on one with my students to find their fundamental error in understanding. I try to teach from a students perspective, stressing not only understanding, but strategies for test taking as well.
I enjoy discussion format teaching in small groups. When we learn something new and explain it to others, our brains get a chance to process the information and store it for long term memory. I enjoy taking complex topics and simplifying them into real world examples that make it more accessible and understandable.
I believe all students are individual and everyone learns in their own unique way. Some learn best in auditory manner, others through actions or visual media. So, I try to use multiple methods of teaching, i.e. using lecture, discussion, cooperative learning, reports, and others. And I also ask students to give me feedback on the approaches we’ve taken as a class.
I am a STEM tutor, and I focus mostly on Chemistry, Algebra, Calculus, and Geometry. Most of my tutoring experience is with high school students, but I have done work with college, and middle school students. I do my best to teach towards the needs of each student I work with.
Practice tests. Practice tests. Practice tests. Half of the battle is knowing your enemy and using your time wisely on top of the material. I'm a very confident test taker and will show you multiple ways to solve problems and highlight the most efficient methods. Even if you lack material, I have years of saved practice exams from my undergrad to review.
I understand how hard classes can be, because I am a student too. My goal as a tutor is to help you understand the material and teach you multiple ways of approaching problems. I want to help you raise your grades, and teach you problem solving techniques that will help you with future problems.
I am a Chemical Engineer who graduated from the University of Illinois. I have tutored college level courses in Calculus II and III as well as Chemistry. My industry experience is heavy in statistics and statistical control models and optical physics.
My teaching method is for you to understand the fundamental concepts so that you will be prepared to tackle any problem that you face. If you are taught the important concepts in a way that is easy to understand, you can conquer any test question.
I can help (and have experience helping) students from middle school all the way to adults going back to school. I tend to teach using easy to understand explanations. Whenever possible I use hands-on (or show videos of hands-on) labs to explain complex concepts.
I look to approach each lesson differently based on the type of learner; this includes: visual, auditory, and hands-on learning. I prefer to use the Boy Scout method of EDGE, explain, demonstrate, guide, and enable. I feel the use of visual aids (charts, graphs, and lists) are the best ways to enforce pattern-recognition based subjects like science and math.
I think for science and math the best way is to first review the theory behind a type of problem. Once that is understood I think seeing a problem solved and being walked through it is best. Then trying it on your own with guidance, and then trying sets on your own.
I believe the best way to learn is through active engagement. Minimizing passive listening, and maximizing active problem solving results in a more confident and proficient student. The job of an instructor/tutor is to assist a student in finding their own solutions, not in constraining a student to follow a set script.
The first thing I do is to find out the level of the students understanding of the basics of the subject. Then I break the lesson down to his or her level and build it up from basic principles. Once you get the basic principles you don't get to memorize any it. That is when you see how fascinating and interesting the subject really is.
I have held sessions for freshmen and sophomore students at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. I like to thoroughly explain the material and try to challenge students. Giving tests and assignments has also helped my students to maintain good grade in the class.
My goal is to give tools the students need to learn not force feed information; -In organic chemistry this means mechanistic teaching, not memorization. -I work with the student, and am flexible to accommodate lesson plans to their schedule. -Typically will need an outline of the course from the student and what their goals are for the course.
ESI made extensive use of the Northeastern University Cooperative Program to staff short term research programs. Over a span of 15 years, more than fifty Northeastern students obtained industrial research experience at ESI where they learned how to plan, execute and document research programs that could last from 3 to 6 months.
Because I am a student myself, I take an insider approach. I know where my entering students are coming from, and I attempt to teach my students with the same techniques that I find work for myself and my peers.
I am graduated in chemical engineering in Polytechnics School Of Sao Paulo University (Brazil), and specialized P.E.T. plastic bottle. I think can help you in our school problems. My English is not so good , but I speech Portuguese, Spanish, French and I love teach and help.
How to teach so that the student can remember. Asking questions all the time is the only way that helps the student to understand. If you understand it you know how to teach it. We switch the table after you receive it. I mean you retrieve the knowledge by teaching it back. Then it is in your long-term memory.
I can work with students to help them study topics that are relevant to them. I can explain theories that may be difficult to grasp, show students how to perform calculations, provide practice examples and give them some of my best practices as a student (what worked for me when studying and test taking).
I have a Masters Degree in Chemical Engineering from MIT and BS in Chemical Engineering from Stanford University. I have been actively working as a process chemical engineer in industry.
I am a University level instructor and have 10 years of experience teaching chemistry to all levels including gradute students . I love teaching and making students life easy by modifying the complex chemistry concepts into simple and obvious examples. which students can digest with fun and interest.I can call my approach very casual and empathetic.
I tutor students of all ages in all areas of Chemistry. I received my bachelor's of science degree in Chemistry. I have two years towards my Master's degree, with a concentration in Organic Chemistry. Most importantly, I make learning Chemistry fun and rewarding.
Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from the Datholic University of America, worked over 20 years in defense industry, former public school volunteer tutor in advanced mathematics. Also worked as self employed engineering consultant. Like working with students in science and math.
my main methods of teaching are several, at online mods i do use projecters, videos and one on one e-tutoring.
B.S Chemical Engineering with 40 years engineering experience. Registered Professional Engineer (Ohio), 12 years college teaching experience (Mathematics, Engineering), 2.5 years High School teaching experience (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics) Experienced one-on-one tutor (physics, chemistry, math). Master's degree and coursework toward Ph.D.
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