Ph.D. student that loves sharing knowledge about chemistry. I like to provide specfic examples that utilize key concepts needed to fully understand the subject. I like for students to ask questions about what they do not understand, so that they get clarification on what they don't understand.
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 have a flexible teaching style and tailor my lessons for each student, based on their individual learning style and academic needs. My goal is to have students be able to teach the material back to me, as I strongly believe that this indicates a strong grasp of the material.
It must be joyful. It must make you smile. It must remain with you for the rest of your life. It must leave thirsty for more. It must open heavenly windows into the knowledge of God itself.
My teaching methodology is to differentiate to the student at hand. I love doing both hands on and formal teaching.
I teach by breaking down the skills you need to learn into small, manageable steps. We then put these fundamental skills to use to work up to the harder problems.
I teach a wide variety of students, from sixth graders all the way to college freshmen. But regardless of who I'm tutoring, my teaching methods are simple: give the student what they want at a pace they're comfortable with. Unlike traditional teachers, I am not restrained to a schedule, so I have the freedom to go as fast or as slow as the student wants (and change pace as desired).
I am currently a college student, going for my degree in Bioengineering on my Pre-Med track. Mathematics is and forever will be my favorite subject. I am currently passing my Calculus 2 class, moving on to differential equations next semester. When teaching ANYTHING, I don’t rush things. I make sure a tooic is understood before moving on.
I got my bachelor's degree in Neuroscience with a minor in philosophy and medical sciences. I am graduating with my master's degree this spring and I am attending Kentucky College of Medicine in the fall.
I look to evaluate what topics need reinforcement the most and which of the details or finer points the student seems to be missing that is causing them difficulty. I then try to teach alternative methods or new ways to approach the problems as well as explain how they can use and understand the textbook and online resources while they are not working with me.
My teaching method is based on questions. I want my students to have complete mastery of the subjects that I tutor. Furthermore, I have a tremendous amount of patience and will make sure my students understand the material. I like to give students practice problems to make sure they are getting the material.
I am an Chemical Engineering student at University of Illinois at Chicago, with a GPA of 3.21. I have studied advanced Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics. I usually run through a step-by-step, process with the student, and am always looking for new ways to explain the concepts to the student. I usually have a very relaxed and easygoing instruction.
Aside from repetition and sample problems tailored to the students' homework and exam questions, I want to provide multiple resources (visual, interactive, etc.) that helped me when I had difficulty with math and science classes as a high school and undergraduate student.
I base my teaching on referring to the teacher's resources. That is, I will teach you and help you learn the way the teacher is expecting you to understand the material. I do not hold your hand - I simply guide you to the answer through productive, logical thinking.
I obtained a degree in Biomedical Engineering and pre-health from Georgia Institute of Technology, ranked #1 in BME throughout the nation. I have also studied for the MCAT, therefore, I have extensive knowledge of all pre-health and engineering related subject matter.
I am a Tutor and now in Med( science Education) program majoring in Biology, and physics and chemistry endorsement. My instructional target level will be middle , high school and college biology. I teach inquiry lesson and hands on activities are my favorite.
I like to keep an informal setting to help the students stay relaxed. I will generally solve 2 or 3 examples and ask students to solve the rest. My lessons build upon each other so fewer students will forget the earlier lessons.
I am engaged w/ the student which means I'm involved in communicating & getting the student to understand, as clearly as can be, what it is they need to learn.
I have taught a variety of learners and have expertise in modifying and scaffolding learning to meet the needs of each individual learner. I am adaptable in my instruction and tutoring and yet, my goals to have each student, yes you, are non-negotiable.
My method of teaching follows an “I do, we do, you do” pattern. First I instruct and demonstrate how to execute a problem, then we do a problem together, then you complete practice problems on your own and we go over them afterwards for accuracy.
I recently gradated UC Berkeley majoring in Biology. I like working with each individual student to help identify areas of growth with the greatest marginal gain, whatever point they are at; individualized scaffolding or differentiation.
Teaching method is mostly Socratic approach involving explaining the topic to help the student to understand the subject and then asking simple questions so student can solve the problem independently.
In my early years as a tutor, I made the common mistake of modeling my teaching style solely off of the textbook’s lessons or the way that I was taught. In doing so, I quickly realized that I had failed to acknowledge the individual needs and distinct learning styles of my students.
I am a chemistry teacher for 5 years, teaching chemistry to students in grades 9-12, including pre-university level students. Tutoring starts with a common goal definition. Followed by (patient, calm, clear and diverse) Explanations, common Demonstrations and students Applications.
Interactive , Audiovisual with a lot of practical examples and repetition. I adapt to student's needs and abilities and I am very open to feedback.
I am a recent med school graduate with a passion for teaching. I am currently interviewing for a residency in internal medicine and have some free time to do what I love, teach! In addition to my Doctorate in Medicine, I also studied medical science in graduate school receiving a Master's and I studied Biochemistry and Spanish in Undergrad receiving a Bachelor's degree.
I am a certified teacher with PhD degree in Chemistry and with a true passion for Math I teach Chemistry up to College level and Math up to 9th grade. Works with students to help reinforce learning objective.
I approach each topic by asking the student what he/she is struggling with and how do they study. Afterwards, I try to best help them develop a new studying strategy that can best help them. Then, I might do a quick review session to try to get them familiar with it, and they can be free to stop me whenever they have questions.
For the past four years I have been working as a private tutor helping middle school and high school students excel in all core subjects. I have experience in tutoring: Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Middle & High School Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Middle & High School Language.
President of Tau Alpha Pi at PNW University in Mechanaical Engineering Technology. Part time College Instructor of the industrial Trades at Prairie State College. Well versed in math, science, physics, chemistry or any courses relating to Mechanical Engineering Technology or Mechanical Trades.
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