My learning style is lecture-based, so my teaching style falls into that category as well. While I have no problem conforming to a student's preferred method of learning. Having gotten out of high school a little over a year ago, I would be a big help to those struggling with high school chemistry and mathematics, especially AP courses.
My students come to me with challenging chemistry problems which we go over together, asking them leading questions so that are able to come up with solutions through their own reasoning. I also prepare comprehensive chemistry problems that guide how students could approach the subject.
I am Chemical Engineering graduate with a minor in Mathematics. I tutor students up to Algebra 2. My techniques and methods are based on assessing and filling in gaps, providing a firm foundation for students and building up to current material. Some students miss key concepts in school that leave them struggling for years to come.
I believe everyone has strengths and weaknesses and learns differently from others. My philosophy is simple - work hard, and you will see results. As long as you find something that you are passionate about, everything will fall in its place.
I graduated high school in 2016 and I am currently a biochemistry major at UT Austin. I can give lessons to anyone up to freshman/sophomore year of college. I am particularly suited in sciences and mathematics, but also can teach a variety of AP classes for high school student. Some AP classes I have taken include chemistry, biology, world history, US history, government, economics, and calculus.
I usually start my lessons by first finding what areas of understanding require attention, either by going through a homework assignment or an old exam with the student, as well as reviewing their notes to see how their professor may want them to approach the problem. From there I solve the problem step by step, verbalizing my thought process as I go for the student to follow along.
My teaching method is allowing the student to do most of the work themselves. I will work out some examples to help them understand the concept then work with them step by step to solve problems. I believe that this is a helpful way for students to learn the material.
Lecturer at University of Texas with 1 year of experience in teaching Organic Chemistry Graduate Assistant at University of South Florida : Teaching Experience: College Algebra Physics Trigonometry Calculus I& II Engineering Mechanics Materials Science Characterization of Materials Physical Metallurgy
My teaching method is through online Skype with notes, interactive visualization displays, constructive encouragement. I base my classes on participation, quizzes, and homework.
I'm a french, recently graduated with an Environmental Chemistry Bachelor, I can teach anything type of class until College level. Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Early Biology, French. Let me know your problem of understanding and I will help you to resolve them, or will teach you something that you would like to learn. Everything is in the work and repetition to understand your subject.
My teaching method is relating chemistry to the students' interests, because everything is chemistry. I base my classes on not only teaching students, but requiring students also teach to better gauge their level of understanding. In this way, I can see what areas they lack in understanding and which areas they grasp well.
I like to make the students to understand the materials instead of making them memorizing it. I will teach concept with example problems and leave a little time for students to ask questions. I will also provide additional practice problems and review materials before next lecture.
Coming from a family of teachers, I see teaching as a dynamic process where I constantly change my approach based on the student and expectation. Due to the fact that students learn differently, the best teacher, in my opinion, is one who can teach in a variety of ways.
Every student learns differently. I really have to sit down with the student to figure out what kind of learner they are—not everyone is able to learn by having a teacher talk to a classroom full of students for an hour. Are you a visual learner? Kineshthetic learner? Chances are, no one has ever sat down and figured that out so as to teach you in the way that you learn best.
I graduated from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor's degree in Physics (Biophysics), with minors in Biology and Mathematics. In the fall, I will begin graduate coursework in the Master of Medical Physics Program through the Georgia Institute of Technology.
- I can give lessons to all high school and some college students up to organic chemistry, genetics, and multivariable/3D calculus - Lesson structure would mainly consist of personalized help on homework and additional practice problems with guided help - Pretty hands on instructor and like to focus on application based problems
I have two Bachelor's Degrees: one in Microbiology and one in Psychology. I have been a laboratory instructor, a supplemental instruction leader, a co-teacher, and a private tutor for many undergraduate science courses, including Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Physics, and Math.
I generally ask what the student knows and doesn't know about the subject and then go from there, either explaining material differently than the textbook/teacher or working through a math/chem/etc problem with them and having them explain what's going on.
I'm a Chemical Engineer graduate with experience working in process design and field work in refineries. My methods of instruction depend entirely on the course and the student, they are tailored to the student's specific needs in order to maximize their comprehension.
I have a degree in biology from The University of Texas at Austin and a science composite teaching certificate from the State of Texas. Over the years I have also participated in specialized training for the science classroom and struggling students.
I believe the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is create an environment that they feel comfortable and capable of learning and making mistakes in, because failure is an important part of learning. It is our job as tutors to be advocates of our students, which means providing encouragement, empowerment, and an ear to listen to their concerns.
I use many methods depending on the type of student and what they prefer. I like to base my lessons on fully exploring the topic piece by piece and help them learn it by themselves as learn to access skills naturally. I plan my lessons around one topic which can range from simple algebra and how to apply that on advanced geometry.
I like to approach each topic by figuring out what you know and trying to clearly identify what you do not understand. From there I try to get you to take some leadership in figuring out the problem. The important thing is that you understand it. From there I will help you practice or give recommendations for practice.
My teaching method is first to identify the best approach for my students to learn. Everyone learns information differently and pinpointing that first helps the student access the material in a way that best suits them and minimizes frustration.
I am an honors college student at Texas State University studying biochemistry who tutors those in elementary, middle, and high school. I like to use what the students already know and guide them towards a better understanding of whatever is causing them trouble. I use lots of examples and guide students step by step through them.
B.S. Chemistry (minor Biology) - Xavier University of LA, 2004 -PreMed, 3.
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