My focus is to make learning a science course less painful and break down the jargon for you, whether that's through anecdotes, mnemonics, or pictures. However, I believe that the best learning process is for you to be actively involved by attempting to solve problems, answering questions. With patience, I'm sure that you will come out with a firm grasp on the subject.
My teaching method is to break down concepts into subtopics and then tackle each subtopic. I also like to be visual and tactile using drawing and manipulatives to teach. As a teacher, I used a project-based learning model. I also like to use humor when teaching.
My teaching methodology is always student specific. I try to evaluate the strength, weakness and formulate my teaching material and approach as per the need of the student. Also, I would like to assess my students every week to evaluate the progress of student.
In my last year of college I had to take Biology 101 as a requisite for my Genetics degree, I found this unnecessary since I had already taken upper biology courses. My roommate needed to take this course as well, so I ended up taking the lecture and workshop with her and two other friends.
I like to allow students the ability to practice in areas which they are unsure, as the more you practice each area the more confident you will be going into whatever test, exam or laboratory environment you'll need it for.
I create a low stress environment by teaching complex concepts in the simplest terms possible before expanding into more difficult explanations.
I started my path researching the coevolution of corbiculate bees and their gut microbiota. My research experience and laboratory techniques helped me secure a summer internship with a focus on water quality for captive Eurycea salamanders (Eurycea spp). By the end of my senior year of college, I acquired a vast knowledge of the natural world and the skills to research it.
I hold a B.S in Medical Technology (Clinical Laboratory Science), and a Masters in Education instructional specialist in science. I am accredited to teach Biological sciences through El Paso Community College. I feel confident in all High School level Sciences, and all undergraduate level Biology courses. Lessons will be planned and customized based on student needs.
MIT Graduate in Chemical Engineering and Finance - Tutoring for all levels that would like to excel in math and sciences - Working Chemical engineer looking to tutor individuals - Open instruction willing to tutor online or potential one on one based on need
Because I am a visual, auditory and tactile learner, I believe that teaching with all three learning types is imperative; explaining, showing and hands-on education are vital in a student’s grasp of an entire concept.
Providing tutoring to secondary mathematic students (grades 10-12) and undergraduate college (freshman & sophomore) classes. Individual student instruction with lessons based on student knowledge level; explanation of math topics and individual assistance with problem solving. Math topic understanding emphasized.
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