I base my teaching methods on providing the proper framework for problem solving and critical thinking, developing the students ability to solve problems. I give lessons to everyone from elementary school to college students and have experience in all of these levels.
I always start a lesson by activating my student's prior knowledge to see what they know/remember. In general, my teaching methodology is to make the content easier to understand by using analogies to explain things. I also strive to determine where my student's main point of confusion is so that it can be clarified before moving on to the next topic.
I'd like my students to get into the depth of the concept before they give any exam. I would make sure they understand what I say by giving everyday examples, which makes it easy for them to understand and learn chemistry in a much better way.
My tutoring lessons consist of a mixture between reviewing key concepts and working on example problems so that my student feels confident and ready to take on classwork and exams. I make sure that students go over any clarifications before moving on as it is important to establish a good framework.
First what is the meaning of the topic and what it relates to. Objectives and goals of studying it.
My teaching method is based in visualization and imagination, I prefer to teach in such a way that the student can imagine particles interacting with each other on the molecular level. I am patient, calm, and I am great at keeping a student engaged.
I like to teach socratically in order to really encourage the student to develop critical thinking skills. I also like to aid in helping them find the study method that works for them.
I teach by motivating and involving the student in the learning process.
I am a physician in the Bay Area offering math and science tutoring for students at all academic levels, including preparation for AP exams, SAT, and MCAT. I’m also offering assistance with written assignments. In my lessons, I focus on critical thinking and understanding the subject matter while minimizing the amount of pure memorization required.
I have a Ph.D. in Biochemistry, with several years of experience in both teaching and tutoring, chemistry and biology.
I have recently graduate college in Chemistry major from SUNY Plattsburgh, and I want to continue my graduate study in West Coast. I love solving problems and doing calculation in Calculus, Chemistry and Physics, and I like tutoring college and high school students.
I'm a student, studying Physics, at SJSU. I've tutored elementary school, middle school, high school, community college, and SJSU students. The technique I like to use to teach these students is Socratic: paraphrase a student's question and make them come up with the correct answer, encouraging/guiding them along the way.
I like to approach difficult concepts from several angles so a student can have as many chances as he/she needs to understand something. One thing I really like to do is talk to my students and see what they're passionate about so I can draw from their experiences to make a difficult problem more approachable.
I teach Fundamentals of Engineering review courses to engineers who want to pass their FE board exam. I help students get prepared for AP, SAT and ACT exams to get into their Top Choice college. I also Teach Chemistry, Biology and Math in different levels.
I am a recent biomedical engineering graduate. I am flexible when it comes to tutoring; we can either meet up somewhere or I can tutor you via chatting or webcam. I can write lesson plans and write out solutions to your homework problems if needed. I will make sure you understand the material and are able to get a good grade.
I give lessons to the High school level students. My teaching strategies are to enable learners with various ideas, encourage them to participate with questions and other forms of clarifications. Through the use of examples, the learners are able to relate to the intended concept.
Dear Recipient, As a medical student, I have a deep understanding of many sciences and math topics. In my years at Westmont College, I have been able to teach and tutor as a teaching assistant for 4 years. I mainly taught General chemistry, Biochemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Math, and Biology, as I double majored in Biochemistry and Cellular Molecular Biology.
As a teacher of chemistry, I often encounter students a who struggle with understanding the fundamental concepts of chemistry. This can be a result of how one approaches the subject. My goal in teaching chemistry is to help students use what they have learned and reason their way to the right answer from multiple angles.
My teaching philosophy: 1. Student has to understand fundamental of the subject they are leaning, pay more attention to understanding vs just memorizing subject. 2. Besides this it's desirable that student understand how what he's learning related to other subjects and what it means in the world around us.
I prefer to teach one-on-one or small groups of high school or undergraduate students who are struggling with general or organic chemistry. I like to run workshops - 15 minutes of lecture, then have students do practice problems, so I can see their strengths and weaknesses and monitor their progress.
· Conduct research to extend mathematical knowledge in traditional areas, such as algebra, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, probability, and logic. · Address the relationships of quantities, magnitudes, and forms through the use of numbers and symbols.
Simple. It is like '..you are new to this (subject) area, I will show you around..' Roughly: Step 1, make sure the student is aware of the expected learning outcomes according to the syllabus. Step 2, introduce new concepts and definitions with sufficient background information to aid absorption and retention of new information.
The concepts of my teaching philosophy have been acquired from my own professional training and teaching experiences, and from those that have influenced me. In my opinion, the first goal in teaching chemistry is to have a solid curriculum and provide the students with the framework of knowledge.
An excellent teacher, author and a meditator with over 40 years of teaching experience, co-author of the book Practical Chemistry and certified with academic honors with distinction in Master of Science and Technology from Kean University. Specializes in Test Prep and High School curriculums.
Preferably I would like to tutor elementary and middle school students. I like to emphasize and break down important concepts and use analogies to help the student better understand the material. From then on, it is all about repetition and doing practice problems to ensure that the student is effectively learning the concepts. As a private tutor, I am patient with my approach.
My style of tutoring revolves around what each student needs whether it be the thought process of working through problems, being able to comprehend concepts and apply that knowledge, or simply learning new material from scratch. No matter what I'm doing, I always try to incorporate real life examples or interesting analogies to help the material stick.
I encourage my students to make full use of my extensive body of chemistry knowledge by asking me plenty of questions. The smoothness of our sessions relies in part on the inquisitiveness of my students. I make lots of connections to real-life applications and have an aptitude for explaining difficult concepts using descriptive, intuitive analogies.
I am detailed in instruction and attentive to students' individual needs. I start by assessing current academic strengths and weaknesses to determine areas of focus. I believe every child has potential and my goal is to draw out that potential.
Develop teaching plan based on individuals. I am a very good listener. I have been working at Foothill college as a tutor for the past year and has been doing private tutoring in the past two years as well.
I usually first determine the study style of each student, and what they need to understand in the subject. I explain in a way that is easy to grasp and let the student practice to make sure that they really understand.
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