My focus in tutoring is always to help my students build their skills and confidence, step-by-step. I will tailor your lessons to your needs and your unique way of seeing the world. Above all, I approach every lesson with awareness, patience and respect.
All STEM based subjects require continued practice for the students to succeed.
I have a Bachelor's of Science in Biology and Biochemistry and a minor in Molecular Biology and immunology from University of Nevada, Reno. In addition to my scientific background I have certifications in Oracle SQL, MySQL, Google Suites, and Microsoft Suites. All of which, I possess exceptional proficiency in.
I wish to help students with the courses they are taking. I do not have planned materials to cover as of right now. I am available to walk students through problems, explain difficult concepts, and have the student explain to me what they have learned so they can become experts in the material.
Use of visuals and real-life examples wherever possible to invoke relevance so that learners can have a deeper understanding of subject content. Also, assessing learners’ mastery of concepts taught through informal quizzes and assessments. I believe that providing learners with timely feedback is essential in enabling them to move forward.
I am someone who loves chemistry and loves to share that knowledge with others. Much of chemistry is interesting and exciting but at first to many a little strange. Having someone who knows the subject and can ask questions to find out where you are having difficulty and can answer specific questions that you have can be a game changer.
I have a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University and am a current PhD student at MIT and Harvard Medical School studying Medical Engineering. I have several years experiences tutoring in calculus, physics, and chemistry. I like to have students work on practice problems to prepare for homework and tests.
Master of Engineering University of South Florida Polytechnic, Tampa, Florida Master of Science in Polymer Chemistry Polytechnic University of New York, Brooklyn, New York Graduate Studies in Oils, Fats and Waxes Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar, India Bachelor of Science in Industrial Chemistry Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar, India
I have a B.S. in Biochemistry from LSU, and I am offering lessons for high school chemistry. I teach using standard lesson plans, textbooks I provide, model kits, and other visual aids. I put a heavy emphasis on keeping chemistry as intuitive as possible. I am looking to either help students get ahead or to help them from falling behind.
My teaching methodology is based on teaching and understanding the concepts behind the information being taught rather than just teaching them how to do something. In this way students are able to retain the information for life and build their own confidence regarding their personal intelligence and knowledge.
I do not teach according to a set standard. If given a problem or equation, I think of many possible ways to get to the answer. I myself think like this and would teach my students an efficient way to think and get to an answer and not just what is taught in class.
I am pursing a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Business Informatics. I can teach to all someone coding along with some math trick if you like. See math is very important in your life or you will be counting cents not dollars. Idk what i just wrote. Haha.
I approach each teaching opportunity in a different way. I try to gear what is most appropriate in every situation. I tend to lean towards a communicative and illustrative approach. I believe that every student is different and deserves the attention they need. Some are visual learners, while others are more auditory or verbal learners.
I give lessons to all ages and am ready to help all kinds of students with concepts that they struggle with. I generally start by building up base concepts and relating many real world applications to the subjects the students are studying in order for them to further understand the subject.
I strongly believe in the inquiry-based method of teaching, which is that I encourage students in a way in which they begin to ask themselves relevant questions that encourage thinking and learning. When a teacher asks many (guiding) questions, she or he sets the tone for students.
My teaching method is based on homework problems and practice problems you provide. I base my classes tailored to what you need help with. I approach each topic by assessing how much you know and what tips I can give you to help you remember difficult ideas.
First, I like to identify a goal. Understanding often comes in chunks; grasping one piece can enable students to understand subsequent ideas easily. I like to model my instruction off that of the best teacher I've ever had, my high school AP Calculus teacher. He mixed many mediums in his lessons.
When we are doing the first approach to any subject, it is very important to have a two way open communication with our students, give them confidence and listen them with special attention in order to know the reasons causing the possible problem to understand that subject.
I believe that practice makes perfect, so I approach each session with the idea that we would review the needed concepts to solve a practice problem and then solve problems together. I would have problems ready and additional resources for the student when going through lessons.
I am currently a first year Chemical Engineering student at Stony Brook University. When teaching students, I work with students of all ages, usually from elementary to high school level. When preparing students for tests, I often assess their base knowledge and work towards a full comprehension of whichever topics they are being tested for.
I don't have any formal training in teaching as I am drawing from my experience (37 years) in dealing with complex math/chemistry problems. My teaching technique would be to exploit the strengths of the text in question and through examples explain the concepts in question.
I approach big problems by breaking them down into smaller pieces then show the connection between those pieces. I like to go deep into "why" as opposed to simply focusing on reaching the answers. If I can help a student understand "why", then filling in the rest becomes easy.
I base my classes the following way; first I have to know what the student knows, then I have to know what the student wants to learn afterwards I teach him step by step till he or she reaches his or her goal in learning.
My name is Ruby and I give lessons to high school and middle school students who need help with chemistry and mathematics up to calculus III. Most of my lessons are example based rather than lecture style, as I believe it is more helpful for a student to learn by practice, rather than by being told of something.
I currently work and Boise State University as a lab teacher. I hold a bachelors degree in chemistry and have tutored students for upwards of ten years. I'm open to private tutoring on up to groups of 10-15 students. I have experience in general chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, inorganic chemistry, and physical chemistry (limited).
I first try to analyze the level of the student's understanding of the subject and his/her depth in the concepts and based on that i design a methodology and a create a curriculum so that the student understands the subjects easily and clearly.
My teaching method is based on computer and paper based. If the students are given to do their homework or quizzes, i will be able to help them step by step until they understand the subject very well. I also make a group among the student to work on the problems.
My job is to equip the students with authentic-learning experience and give them the tools and skills they need to collaborate, think critically, and solve complex challenges. I focus on the process of learning and not just memorization. My focus is on the whole student and tailoring that lesson to his/her needs.
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 hold a B.S. in Business Administration with a focus in Accounting, as well as a teaching certification. I believe in a student-centered approach to teaching, where the focus of each lesson is determined by the student's personal needs, learning style, strengths, and weaknesses and are adjusted accordingly throughout the process.
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