I am a current student at CMU studying Chemical Engineering with a minor in mathematical sciences. I base my lessons on core concepts in math and science. I prefer to use a lot of analogies to help my students understand better the ideas at hand. I am very proficient in proofs.
A.A.S. in Applied Science A.A.S. in Allied Health B.S. in Biology Minor Chemistry M.E.D. in Secondary Education Current student with Northern Arizona University. Always taking classes with Coursera.org and our local library. Also, like to take classes with Arizona Western College to re-up my knowledge in my field that I teach.
I am a Chemistry doctor and I would love to help you any chemistry course questions. I had my undergrad degree in China. Mandarin is my native. My hobbies are theatre performance, dancing and literature. It is my pleasure to help you grow to be Chemical related professional.
Im a 2000 graduate of Francis Marion University, with a bachelor's degree in biology and minor in chemistry. I have 6 years experience as an environmental chemist and currently work in the field of agriculture. I have 3 years of past tutoring experience.
I am a sophomore level chemistry major at Florida State University. I am currently enrolled in General Chemistry II so I can only help up to that level. I am also available to help with Pre-Calculus math and below. I often tutor my friends in these subject areas. As for my style of tutoring, with the subjects that I offer, I find it best to go through practice problems.
Both my undergraduate and graduate studies were done in Ball State University. My Bachelor of Science degree consisted of double majors and double minors. My majors were in Biology and Pre-Medicine, while my minors were in Chemistry and Business. Such diverse course of study allowed for my cross discipline knowledge base.
My name is Jeremy Swisher and I am a biochemical neuroscience major and exercise and sports science minor. I was a college basketball player who is now a medical student. I will assist you in learning how to master science and to really enjoy the process.
I love to use the Universal Design for teaching. That includes all kinds of learners and all teaching styles in just one.
I graduated in the Top Ranks of my High School, after which I went on to Trinity University where I Graduated with an Advanced Interdisciplinary Degree (Bachelor of Science) in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, and received Numerous Honors Including admission to AED, a National Premedical Honors Society, as well as admission to KME, a National Specialized Mathematics Honors Society, wherein I...
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Hey there! I am currently a senior at the University of Texas at Austin, majoring in biochemistry and a certificate in pre-health professions. I was a hospital corpsman/ surgical assistant in the United States Navy for 4.5 years. I have mentored students of all ages, and truly love helping people learn and reach their goals (as well as exceed their own expectations). I had a 4.
I have ten years worth of experience tutoring youth. I am anxious to help and eager the youth mindset. I am determined to help strve the youth wnat to know more and enjoy more. I love what I do and hope to teach my students the same.
My name is Ashley Arroyo, and I am a student in the Commonwealth Honors College at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. I am a freshman this year, as a business major. I tutor students by having them prepare questions and processes that they need help with, and walking them through problems by helping them understand the concepts that involve it.
I am an educator who enjoys sharing his passion for science by making difficult concepts in physics, chemistry, and even biology easier to understand by presenting them in multiple ways. I enjoy using visuals, hands on activities and labs, and manipulatives.
My teaching method has always been to lecture new material/concepts and then to use the rest of a class or lesson practicing those concepts. I firmly believe in guided practice when it comes to Chemistry. When I can throw in hands-on activities and demonstrations, that’s icing on top of the cake.
I like to help students get to answers on their own, more than spoon-feeding them information. I informally test students as I go to help them on the path to success. I am willing to teach children from 2nd grade up to 12th.
Using problems from the curriculum to better understand the means of solving problems and understanding concepts. Slowly walking through difficult concepts until it is thoroughly understood. Willing to engage with outside resources to help accomplish this. Willing to meet wherever is convenient for the student.
I teach based on how the student learns, whether that is explaining each step or working through the problems with them. I structure my lessons based off of the student as well and they way that they will learn the material best.
I typically lead students to the answer by asking questions that help them reason it out for themselves. As a person with a disability, I recognize some people learn better visually, some verbally, and some are better at physical manipulation. I try to vary methods and examples based on student needs.
My teaching method is pretty straight forward, I am going to show you hints and tricks that the question/problem itself provides. Once you can indicate the hints within the problem, half of the battle is done. From there I will show you typically easer ways to obtain the correct answer.
My teaching method varies from student to student, classes to classes. Based on what a student needs, I try to explain every concept accordingly, because i want you to learn.
My method of teaching is student involvement. Personally, I learn best when the teacher engages the class. For example, if I were teaching a group about Lewis Dot Structures, I would give each student an element to draw.
I have a doctorate in education and can teach students in High School and college chemistry classes. My teaching approach asks questions based on information with an attempt to guide the student to the answer. My lessons are structured in a sequential format that scaffolds the material. It begins with the simple concepts and goes on to the complex or synthesized concepts.
My teaching methods include using visuals to help students better understand what is it they are having difficulties with. I provide numerous examples of how to work through problems, attacking them in different ways that best fit the student's needs.
I prefer to let students work through the problem on their own and to be a guide to solving problems. I like to model an example problem, while answering any questions for clarification as well. Then I would let them start working and practicing on their own while providing hints and steering the conversation towards the answer rather than just saying this is how you do it, now repeat.
Guided inquiry is my teaching style. "I don't know" doesn't exist in my teaching style. And I'll guide you to the answer through your hard work and determination. Therefore things are easier to follow since you made the connections through guided investigation.
I currently teach high school chemistry. physics and environmental science students. using classical Socratic methodology while allowing students to be curious and creative. Most of the students are honors/gifted and the environmental science class is mostly AP.
'Simplicity' is the best word that describes my teaching style. Even the most difficult problems can be broken down into easy-to-follow steps. Since every student learns differently, I tailor lessons to a meet each student's needs.
My teaching style is learning by example. I base my lessons on problems and lectures from class that students bring to me, and I try to explain things in a practical manner. I am comfortable teaching basic level chemistry, biology, math, and biochemistry.
My teaching method is light-hearted and informal but very thorough. I often explain concepts in multiple ways to resonate with all learning styles. I prefer to use diagrams, models, and real-life metaphors to cover topics. Most often, I simply talk out confusing points with those I tutor.
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