I teach the basic background and give examples. Then I help the student with the homework assignments, by giving hints on how to do them and then if necessary guiding the student to complete each assignment. I try to relate each assignment to past assignments already completed by the student.
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 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.
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 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.
As a teacher, I view myself primarily as a facilitator of learning, rather than as an expert who simply delivers information to students. I love to bring a lot of energy to my class.
I like to help students understand the underlying concept to broaden their knowledge beyond a single problem. I have a ton of experience in standardized testing and know how to approach problems. I can also help students recognize certain problems and teach them how to step-by-step solve a type of problem.
I am an expert in general chemistry and I am well experienced in teaching general chemistry from high school to MCAT level. I teach chemistry through golden principles so that students do not have to memorize. Chemistry is a logical subject that does not involve memorization.
I focus on simplifying the material and providing an understanding that makes problem-solving very intuitive for any student. If there is any difficulty with a kind of topic or question, I take the time necessary to iron it out so that future questions will resolve smoothly.
I am currently working as a Research Assistant in the bio-analytical chemistry department of an international biomedical research firm. I have excelled in college in all math classes through Calculus II.
Graduated at the top of my major in two degrees and always looked for teachable moments I want to help you learn not just pass the class The best way we learn is from our mistakes so I encourage them! I will help you break down where you went wrong.
I hold Doctorate degree in Molecular Biology, Master's degree in Biochemistry and a Bachelor degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences. I think that there are endless benefits to working with me as a tutor, such as improved work and study habits, increased confidence and attitude, and improved social and behavioral skills.
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.
My main goal for tutoring is to prepare students for college level chemistry, biology or mathematics. I can teach various areas of those subjects depending on what is needed. I have many letters of reference from prior students and tutees which have become very successful in science and the medical field.
I follow a specific mantra for studying as well as if I am explaining something to somebody. I make sure the student knows the basics of a topic before going to higher levels or applications involving that topic. I try to explain things by asking questions, such that the students reach to the answers by themselves.
Good course materials with sufficient problems/examples and case study are very effective. I feel that "seeing is believing" and so audio-visual aids like using power-point slides for lectures, providing handouts, showing video clips to emphasize important points and Websites are effective learning tools with proven impacts.
My teaching style is to first help students find what method and structure of studying helps them learn the best and build a regiment around their own learning style. Then, I help to show students place subject material in the context of relevant applications, to show why coursework can help them.
When it comes to teaching, I'm very patient and can understand the perspectives of my students. Because I know my subjects well I can explain the answers with whatever media is best for the student, whether they are a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic learner.
I approach each topic depending on the level of the student. With patience and care, is possible to teach all ages. I start talking about the subject to evaluate the knowledge of the student and, after, I can start teaching.
Hi! My name is Meri. I am 22, graduated this May with a B.S. in Chemistry and a Minor in Mathematics.
I prefer students to have the most firm understanding possible and especially in the context of their learning goals. If a student simply wants to pass a class with a good grade, we will aim at that. If a student seeks a deeper understanding of the subject matter (which I hope they all do) we will do that.
As a science teacher, I have a dynamic approach to the delivery of lessons to engage the students in the learning process be it at middle school all the way , through to K12. Furthermore, I am fascinated about adapting lessons to different learning styles and I think that to deliver an engaging lesson, you must have a variety of learning activities .
I like to teach theory and link it to the real world application.
I start my teaching with examples, mostly the examples based on our daily life and I end a topic in a way that I can feel the audience got it. I have a 5 year teaching experience of teaching chemistry to undergrads and at high school level.
My teaching method will be in person teaching or online depending on the student convenience.Classes will be contacted in the evening during weekdays and at any time on weekends.I prefer meeting place to library or Barnes and nobles but I will be flexible.I will engage students in a deep thinking approach to a problem. I will use the board to demonstrate on how to go about to solve a problem.
Any subject can be mastered with proper guidance and determination. I have brought real world examples from my 20+ years career in chemistry and engineering into my classroom and private tutoring for the last 17 years of teaching at-risk students with sometimes severe academic deficiences.
My teaching philosophy is: leave no student behind! I will not abandon a student who has an incomplete or vague understanding of a topic or subject matter. In my humble opinion, that is tantamount to academic larceny and breach of trust.
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.
My goals as a teacher are to guide and motivate my students to be the best chemists they can be, capable of competing with their peers from any institution in the world.
Thousands of teachers can teach you electrochemistry. Find private lessons closest to you.