My teaching method is to draw the student out about what they don't understand, in a fun and non-threatening way. My vast experience has familiarized me with the myriad ways students can get held up when they are trying to understand chemistry.
I am quite passionate and enthusiastic about chemistry and love to see younger students find interest in the field. I have always enjoyed helping others learn and being able to share my knowledge about the subject.
I am a medical physician with experience in General Practice and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Over years of teaching I have adapted an approach that fits best with students goals. Upon initiating a lesson plan, I encourage students to be open about their goals and commitments, which I feel contributes to success in achieving course performance and entrance to Universities and Graduate Programs.
I am personable and well-rounded, leading my high school’s graduating class and being inducted into its hall of fame. I have received numerous awards for competing in math, science, history, and geography, as well as for writing and customer service. I speak English and Spanish fluently, and I am a certified medical interpreter.
I like mindmaps, flashcards, analogies, I often use diagrams in my own notes and like to write summaries on the topics I’m learning, memory training, bullet points, google slides, working with apps, brainstorming, open-ended questions, discussions, YouTube videos
My approach to teaching is to foster empathetic relationship with the learners and bring out the best in them. By being proactive as facilitator of ideas and knowledge, I endeavor to stimulate independent mental faculty and critical thinking. I wish to teach the subject as well as teach the people. Such a combination of content and method will provide a lasting impact on the students.
My teaching method is to first figure out the issue the student is having. I then like to make the problem more relatable to real life issues to help give the student better understanding, and from there I will try to teach the student multiple ways to work the problem out.
I believe in an individualized teaching methodology specific to each person. Some students learn better with visual/audio aids while others learn best from reading. I work with my tutees to determine the most efficient tutoring approach at the beginning and make adjustments as we go.
My teaching methodology is to build upon solid basics and foster problem solving strategies. Guided practice and use of tasks that reinforce the student’s understanding of concepts. Homework, test preparation and effective assignment writing technique.
I am inquisitive and perceptive in order to understand my student's learning style, whether they have a kinesthetic, auditory or visual learning modality, and adapt my teaching methods to their benefit. My tutees excelled in their classes because in addition to excellent academic tutoring, I tutor classwork success and test-taking methods to maximize understanding and score of the course.
Typically for the SAT math section; I would first have the student read through the section, attempt the questions, and go over any concerns they had. However with other more difficult subject levels like calculus concurrent instruction is sometimes required.
I don't believe in one sort of teaching method-- my biggest focus as a teacher or tutor is learning how I can best suit my student. Exploring different studying and teaching methods and listening to/working WITH each student individually is the way to achieve academic success.
I base my classes on the theories of different learning types, referring to the differences between tactile, visual, verbal styles etc. I give lessons up to ages 19, or any level of schooling from Elementary through High School.
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 find out what students are interested in and try to connect that with what they are learning. I also use creative methods to help students memorize challenging topics. For example, there are songs to help chemistry students understand the terms "mole" and "Avagadro's number".
My teaching methodology revolves around two main ideas: tailoring my lesson plans based on the individual student's need for each lesson, and specifically preparing the students for exams and other high-point parts of a class, rather than a more general preparation.
I am a 28 year old male named Phil. I am in between teaching jobs and am available to tutor in all of the core subjects. I specialize in Math and English, but I can teach the high school level sciences as well. I appeal to both visual and auditory learners. I have worked with special education students before including those with ADD and Autism. I am comfortable with any student.
I am a recent college graduate from The University of Arizona with my CA Teaching Credential. I strive to make great student-teacher relationships, and present relevant and rigorous lessons.We will first need to outline the goals of the student, then we can work on ways to achieve those goals.
Hello! I graduated from UC Berkeley with a BA in geophysics ('17). I teach high school physics and math, from algebra to calculus.
Hello everyone! I am available as a chemistry tutor to anyone who is in need, no matter the level of education (middle school, high school, college, etc.). I have a Bachelor's and Master's degree in chemical engineering, and one year of PhD experience as well. I am specialized in analytical chemistry, but passed organic chemistry and biochemistry courses with flying colours too.
I have been teaching Chemistry, Mathematics and Anatomy and Physiology for 25 years at the high school, community college and university levels. I have worked with all kinds of different students and enjoy meeting new people. I use many techniques to help students learn. I am supportive and creative and look forward to helping student achieve success.
I have earned PhD in chemistry from Howard University. I have been privileged to teaching general chemistry and analytical chemistry as a Teaching Assistant and Chemistry Instructor at the University.
I am an honors college student at Texas State University studying biochemistry who tutors those in elementary, middle, and high school. I like to use what the students already know and guide them towards a better understanding of whatever is causing them trouble. I use lots of examples and guide students step by step through them.
I have a B.S. from USC and a M.Ed. from Columbia College. I taught chemistry for 17 years at a local high school. My lessons are delivered as Microsoft powerpoints and Google slides. I am patient, most days :-), and am happy to move at a pace that YOU are comfortable with. I want chemistry to be an ENJOYABLE learning experience.
I include students in their own path to learning. Teaching should be individualized to meet the needs of all students. I like to motivate students to become more independent learners and have plenty of techniques to help! I am an expert in differentiating learning to best help unique styles of learning.
My teaching methodology is to first get a grasp on what the student(s) is/are capable of and what they have learnt so far so I can accurately gauge at what level should I start. I also like to get to know my students so if they don't get something when it's abstract in the subject, I can associate it with things they're familiar with.
In my previous classes, each week a new study strategy was used to see the difference between the learning process for the students. I used the results to test a hypothesis and created a study in order to find ways to enhance learning experiences for the students that were having a difficult time.
As a chemistry and mathematics tutor, I strive to adapt to each students’ needs through active learning activities that promote interdisciplinary learning. I aim to make connections between different subjects.
My teaching method is to first, give the student the opportunity to solve whatever problem he or she and, I ask or observe where they get suck in. From there I begin to explain the mistakes are coming from .
I have taught college students for 7 years now and I still love the process of showing people that they can do it. I believe that the best way to teach someone something new is to have preset lessons and do several examples. Practice makes perfect.
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