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My teaching method is to first explain theory, then show an example and then work out examples with the student leading and myself guiding. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT 2001 – Present Adjunct Instructor – Chemistry Department • Teach general level chemistry lecture and lab.
After receiving my help, all my former students received either an "A" in the subject they were struggling with or boosted their grade by at least 2 grade levels. I have also helped students earn admission to the colleges of their choice by assisting with admissions essays.
My teaching method is one which is very flexible to the individual I am working with. While tutoring I tend to look for the student's areas of strength and weakness and from there help them to bolster the areas they are weak in, while still encouraging them in the areas they excel.
Depending on the student's goals, I approach each topic as it comes, and work through several examples with the student until they can work on their own, or I create a structured lesson plan with predetermined sub-goals for each session and work toward achieving a certain level of mastery within the student's subject.
My goal is find a learning style that best suits your needs. I'm open to pictures, discussions, Q&A sessions, problem solving, etc. The one constant of my sessions is that I emphasize foundational knowledge. From my own experiences learning, I know that without a strong foundation students are quickly lost in a more advanced setting.
I am passionate about chemistry as seen by my degree and I would be happy to teach anyone who needs help or is interested in the chemical sciences. When teaching I want students to both understand the basics of the problem and core concepts instead of generic regurgitation of information.
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.
My teaching method is very interactive! I want to teach my students how to think and reason for themselves to build critical thinking skills that will allow them to solve any problem. Rather than giving answers, I want to provoke deep thought and help student walk through concepts and really understand them.
I am available to all who need help in math, physics, or chemistry. I am able to give tutoring to those who have a mental disability. My main method as a tutor is to first see what they know about the topic they are on. From there, I guide them on what the next step in solving the problem is and why it should be that way.
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 teach chemistry up to 1st year of college. I used to teach face to face in Louisville, KY and now offering online teaching also. Sometimes I provide video lectures and sometimes video conference depending on the need of the students.
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.
My goal is not just to help students with specific subject help, but to teach students how to approach their studies in a way that is more effective. I hope to that with each lesson, my students feel more confident in their abilities to not only tackle current hurdles but take on future ones.
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.
Chemistry can be hard, I will be the first one to admit that. I believe that success in chemistry is largely dependent on how it is approached and explained. I like making lessons fun and unique (ever done Lewis Structures with skittles and bottle caps?), focusing on conceptual understanding over just plug and chug practice problems.
I prefer in-person teachings for high school or college level students. I ask that students make me aware of trouble areas prior to us meeting so I am able to prepare a schedule for that session. I am a student myself, so I understand how hard it can be to grasp a subject, especially chemistry.
I like to approach tutoring sessions by knowing not only what the topics are but also with what specifically the student is struggling. Each student is different with different needs and I like to tailor my approach to meet those needs. I also regularly ask students for feedback on how I can better help them reach their goals.
I tried to find the best way for my students to success regardless of their learning style. I have a lot of skill in presenting information and explaining it in such a way that it makes the most sense. I'm very passionate about science and math and I am a teacher because there's nothing like helping someone have success learning something that they might often struggle with.
I am a 2nd year Chemical Engineering student at the University of Pittsburgh. Primarily give lessons to middle school and high school students, however, sometimes first year college students. I aim to explain concepts in the most simple way possible without confusing students, as I know how intimidating chemistry can be.
Most of my students are high schoolers. I teach them by breaking down the complex problems into simple basic parts from which they develop an understanding of the problems. I also give relevant problems to them for developing a better understanding so they can approach the problem efficiently and in a simple way.
I have tutored sixth grade student for about 5 months in all subject areas. I loved every minute of tutoring and getting to know the student. She was able to boost her GPA and be motivated to complete her assignments. I am particularly interested in helping students with science homework.
I have primarily instructed college students at the University of Utah with topics ranging across mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering, and general study techniques. However, I am comfortable tutoring any age group, from AP and ACT exams for High School students to return or nontraditional students at the University level.
My goal is to both help you understand material that you are already studying and material that you are being exposed to in your class/area of interest, and to introduce you to resources that will make the process of learning easier and more efficient.
My methodology involves fostering an environment which encourages each student to be an independent learner. My goal is to guide you to the point where you no longer need me. I'll know I've succeeded as soon as I'm out of a job. I specialize in math (algebra 1 & 2, geometry, and trigonometry), SAT math, chemistry (high school, AP, IB, college), and biology.
I have been a General Chemistry and Advanced Placement Chemistry teacher since Autumn of 2007. I enjoy teaching and have made it a point to know and understand my students, and in doing so, I have helped connect Chemistry to their own lives.
The first step to teaching someone well, is understanding the topic well. Tutoring doesn't just involve showing somebody how something works, but also helping them understanding why all the other ways aren't correct. My teaching methodology will be based on whoever I am teaching.
Hello, My name is Dr. Norman J. LaFave. I have a PhD in physics from the University of Texas at Austin and a B.S. in physics and mathematics from Carnegie-Mellon University. I have specialized in tutoring students in physics, chemistry, and mathematics at both the high school and collegiate levels for over 35 years.
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.
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