I always have this in my mind, If my student cannot understand the chemistry, maybe I should simplify the concepts more and more. If I cannot make that concept simpler then Perhaps I myself need to learn and practice more. If the chemistry does not come with a simple example of it then the chance success is not that much high.
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My teaching philosophy depends on each individual student. My teaching varies if I am tutoring in General Chemistry for high school vs General Chemistry for a college student. I like to get a handle on the students' learning style, be it visual, audio or kinesthetic. I tutor towards that style.
Recently received my PhD in chemistry from the University of Maryland (Fall '17). I have nearly 10 years experience with either teaching and tutoring across a wide range of subjects and education-levels including AP Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, General/Intro-level College Chemistry, Geometry, Algebra, Biology and more. I focus on tailoring my lessons and approach to the individual student.
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I graduated with a chemical engineering degree with minor in Mathematics. I have seven years of experience as a tutor and teacher with lessons from beginning algebra until Calculus. I have a unique technique of teaching which include assessment, learning and teaching.
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My teaching method is teaching everything from easy to difficult. Try to help students get all points for the easy and medium questions, which generally are more than 80% of a test. Try to teach students some tricks when doing difficult questions.
I generally let the students guide me by telling me the concepts or material they don't understand. I can either help them solve specific problems on homework or give more universal lessons in the subjects in which they need assistance. I am open to any style the students are comfortable with.
A global educator . Long experience in giving solid base in Math and Science . I have a degree in Administartion, and political science. I am also highly qualified to teach Biology Chemistry and earth science for all students at different levels.
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My teaching method is to simplify to the first principle to enhance fast comprehension through qualitative teaching with facts and proofs.
I deliver my lesson with checks for understanding and allow student practice. This allows me to check for misconceptions.
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I AM A JUNIOR AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON. I'M WORKING ON MY B.A IN CHEMISTRY AS WELL AS A TEACHING CERTIFICATION. MY LESSONS CONSISTS MOSTLY OF UNDERSTANDING THE METHODS OF LEARNING OF THE STUDENT AND APPLYING REAL LIFE SCENARIOS TO BUILD INTEREST IN THE SUBJET MATTER.
My teaching method is to try and make the subject I am teaching understandable to the student. Try and make the subject relate-able to something the student is familiar with on a daily based. If I am able to do this, the student will have a higher chance at understanding the material.
I am a fourth-year college student majoring in biochemistry at a major Texas university set to graduate in December 2017. I have a 3.8 GPA, so I believe that I have a good grasp on many of the basic concepts that many students need extra help with! I will start with a big picture and narrow it down, doing problems and using examples as I go to help the student understand each idea.
Hi everyone! My name is Mandy, and I am committed to helping you in your academic voyage. I am excited to share knowledge with anyone who wants to learn. I graduated from University of Texas at San Antonio in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences. Throughout my academic career, I have helped tutor fellow colleagues in math and science.
I am a researcher, instructor and teacher with in the environmental sciences and geology field of study. I have had the opportunity to teach at the University and college levels using the interactive learning and practical methods. I am patient with my students to allow them comprehend at their learning pace.
I find that allowing the student to work through homework problems or come prepared with questions is the best way to address confusion in the topic. I help the student along by asking questions and not giving the answer outright. I can give a mini-lesson on a topic if the student needs more explanation or another approach to the topic.
My teaching strategy is asking some questions to activate curiosity of students to know more information about the topic and asking questions about the lesson during class to make sure students are following up.
My approach is to always look at what my students know. I do this to get a better understanding of what needs to be taught thoroughly and what needs to be reviewed. I treat all my students fairly and with respect. Questions are more than welcome.
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