My teaching method is more practical and hands on/ you cannot learn or experience science without doing hands on activities/ labs are a must/ making connections to the real world is a must and I strive to make science fun
I am an Undergraduate B.Tech in Biotechnology with Silver medal, earned Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and LecturerShip from my country with rank within 50. Qualified several State level and national level competitive examinations. Trained at various R &D for summer training.
My approach is to state the facts and let the interpretation commence in the learners mind. Coming up with an answer is much more rewarding alone than being handed the solution. I like to feed the student clues rather than giving the answer and working backwards to get to the solution.
I am a Materials Scientist with a Ph.D. and have decade of experience in developing novel materials for engineering applications. I have taught engineering mathematics and materials science classes to undergraduate and graduate students. I believe in teaching fundamentals and applying that knowledge to answer real world problems.
My teaching methods are visual and hands on I believe students learn better when they can see what’s going on no matter what your learning style is
I teach chemistry not as a book lead subject but rather as a real everyday thing that directly impacts every student.
My teaching method is different depending on who I am working with. Everyone has a different type of learning and I base on my methods depending on the type that works with the person. One thing I certainly do with everyone is, relating the subject being discussed about to real life scenarios so that it is easy to comprehend.
The methods really justify the ends, you might say, because without thorough interpretation, study, and review, the student(s) usually cannot grasp fully the concepts that embody the subject matter at hand; it is therefore necessary to be all-encompassing, as much as possible, as it relates to the Math or Science.
1983 master's in chemical engineering, 20 years in Paper Industry R&D, 2005 master's in math education, 2005 through 2008 high school math teacher, since 2008 adjunct math instructor in Charlotte, NC area colleges. I teach those with a desire to discover the relationships that exist in our universe and have been called "The David Copperfield of Math".
I am an adjunct professor at Winthrop University. I teach Biology 150, Microbiology 310, and Biochemistry 519. Lessons are 30 minutes to one hour long. My methodology is to teach for the exam and complement learning strategies and study habits to achieve your desired outcomes.
Hello, My name is Alex. I am a senior in high-school near the Charlotte area. However, I have taken a multitude of college level coarses and done quite well in all of them. Needless to say, I enjoy learning. I am also an amateur Nuclear physicist, Doing research in my garage in the fields of nuclear fusion and plasma physics.
I am a retired chemical & nuclear engineer and university chemistry professor with many years of experience teaching and tutoring various levels of science and mathematics subjects. I desire to assist motivated students in achieving their goals. I am an enthusiastic educator dedicated to making a difference in student's lives by creating an atmosphere conducive to active learning and exploration.
I attended North Carolina School of Science and Math and graduated from there in 2011. From there I attended Georgia Tech and majored in Biomedical Engineering. I graduated in 2015 and currently am applying for medical school. I also have studied for and taken the MCAT.
A visionary professional who has achieved unprecedented results in Education industry proven by an extensive and credible global track record. I teach both Adult and school students using both technology and the best other resources that display live examples for the student to understand.
Good course materials with sufficient problems/examples and case study are very effective. I feel that "seeing is believing" and so audio-visual aids like using power-point slides for lectures, providing handouts, showing video clips to emphasize important points and Websites are effective learning tools with proven impacts.
First I acquire the students learning style. Then I approach each topic by first showing what we will be achieving and then breaking it down to it's individual parts and showing how, in a manner that the student learns how each part makes the whole using examples.
Recent college graduate with a B.S. Degree, majoring in chemistry with a minor in political science. I offer tutoring in chemistry, math (calculus, pre-calculus, and geometry), physics, and government/political science. I believe in hands own, problem based and interactive teaching.
I am a graduate of the University of South Carolina with a BS in Chemistry and minor in Chemical Engineering. I am also a member of the honorary society Phi Beta Kappa. I typically tutor middle school, high school and college level math.
?Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (Petrochemical Engineering), Master of Science in Chemical Engineering (Modeling and Simulation), PhD in chemical engineering (catalysis and reaction engineering), I have a lot of experience in many courses teaching and lab operation assistant, courses such as fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, chemical process separation and others
My teaching style is breaking down any concept to simple ideas so as to move along easier with what follows.
If you are having trouble understanding topics in chemistry/Biochemistry (i.e. kinetics, thermodynamics, quantum chemistry, organic synthesis..etc), I am here to help you understand those topics.
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