When helping someone overcome a road block in learning, I believe in approaching the topic from a different angle until one works. Visual, auditory, and tactile styles can all be used to find one that works. I have used whiteboards for repetition, color coded diagrams, analogies, and more to look at the information from all angles. Everyone learns in a unique way and at a unique pace.
My teaching philosophy is simple: Education should be learner and learning-centered. My outlook on education stems from personal experience. I took my first tertiary course at Brevard Community College the summer before I entered the University of Central Florida. In terms of instructional vs.
Mentor: Medical doctor (M.D.), a diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) Method: PowerPoint presentation Lesson Structure: Learning objectives, Course content with up-to-date description of the conditions and diseases, and the clinically relevant basic science, when applicable.
I teach my best when a student has worked through some material, but still doesn't understand it well. I try my best to put it in simple terms and use analogies that are relatable to everyday life. I take a hands on approach by working through the problem with the student and discussing my steps along the way. I am confident I can adapt to fit your needs.
I'm a registered nurse with 15 years experience between nursing and Emergency Medical Services. I am knowledgeable in multiple nursing subjects. I teach by trying to make the subject enternaing but informative. If you enjoy the topic the easier it is to learn.
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...
I am a retired nurse and teacher that sees a "teachable moment" in every aspect of life. The past 3 years I have been a "scorer" for Reading portion of most standardized tests thru a national company. Believe that every student learns in various ways and hope to assess students styles and shape learning for optimal success.
Family Practice residency trained medical doctor tutoring students of all levels in any field of science, concentrating in Biology, Human Anatomy, Physiology, Histology, Neuroanatomy, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Organic Chemistry,Microbiology and other Biological Disciplines.
My teaching methodology is to teach students by simple examples and understand the concepts in simpler and better way.Usually I prefer powerpoint presentations and videos for better teaching experience. My teachings are helpful for understanding the concepts in medicine.Interested to teach medicine, physiology and pharmacology in depth.
My teaching method is based on the grade of difficulty that a student has. I can available to give lessons to high school students having difficulties in Science. Also can be a tutor for medical assistant students in any learning objective.
Hey there, I'm currently a Junior attending Rochester College. I'm working on finishing my undergraduate in Biology. I will also be completing a minor in Youth and Family Ministry. In high school, I took Accelerated Biology my senior year, Honors chemistry, and regular Biology.
My name is Jonathan. I was a Biology teacher and able teach all of the core sciences (biology, chemistry, and physics) at any level.
My teaching method varies. I like to utilize videos to reinforce topics I teach, dry erase boards, tons of practice problems/application. I don't use any specific text books. My first goal is to master very specific topics in order to gain traction and confidence.
I structure my lessons around the needs of the student(s). The pace of the lessons can be as slow or as fast as needed. I like to make sure a topic or critical point is fully understood before moving on.
My teaching method is to guide each person individually based on individual needs and wants. Everyone is different and it is important to not only push someone to their potential but to first recognize the best and appropriate method possible.
Lesson structure: online starting from where do you want to learn. You decide the digital health topic. I introduce you and we do a research project. After this, we use the health tech benefit and write a review about that. Then we post on social media to help others with this important topic. Estructura de la lección: en línea desde donde quieres aprender.
I recently graduated medical school and am awaiting the start of my medical residency. I also have an undergraduate degree in both marketing & psychology. I will tailor my teaching methods to the specific student and subject matter at hand. I will work extremely hard to make sure the student completely understands every aspect of the material.
Former Molecular Biologist Technician in Oncology at the Mitchell Cancer Institute. I am Currently at the University of South Alabama Finishing my Biomedical Science and Emergency Medical Services degrees with a minor in chemistry.
I am a Medical graduate and have A major in biology in premed school. I can teach Biology lessons until high school level and Medicine for pre med and medical graduates. I do have some unique methods of study that let me get through premed and med school. Once given a textbook of biology, i can help go through it in the shortest period of time possible.
I was a practicing doctor and have taught high school and college for over 30 years. It is important to teach to the students abilities and use a combination of methods to ensure understanding and remembering. Material must be relevant to the student so student sees a purpose in learning the material.
I am an internal Medicine specialist, and have a Masters degree in Education in Sciences. I have been teaching for 25 years in Honduras Medical School in 4,5,6 and /th year of Medical School. Medical School is 8 years in Honduras. I moved to Miami in January and wish to continue teaching.
I am a largely autodidactic polymath whose interests range from medicine (including psychology, neurology, immunology, parasitology, virology, and bacteriology) to organic chemistry, theoretical physics, astronomy, anthropology, history, Western religion, and natural philosophy.
My teaching method revolves around the student. I would have to first speak to the student to get an understanding of what he/she needs to learn. Then, I will plan according to the material required. I like to incorporate studying techniques into my teaching methods in order to maximize retention of the material I teach.
My teaching philosophy can be summarized into the following three statements: • Effective communication is the bridge between the willingness to learn and student excellence. • Integrity in teaching demands clarification of learning objectives and assessing with the appropriate level of rigor. • Learning remains an abstract concept until students can apply it to real life scenario.
I prefer to teach topics by using a teach back method. It is where the students reads over a subject, then we actively learn about it at our sessions. Anything misunderstood or confusing is focused on at the session. I prefer to use modules if available.
Master of Public Health November 2013 - June 2015 Concentration in Health Management and Policy Capella University, Minneapolis, MN Current GPA: 4.
I have a Bachelors Degree in Nursing from UCCS-Colorado Springs. I have been practicing as a nurse for 15 years in Obstetrics, Neonatal Intensive Care, Nursery and Pediatrics. I am currently working as a team leader (charge nurse/floor manager) in these areas. I prefer online tutoring and am available many days, most evenings and weekends for tutoring.
Biology professor with two Master's degrees and some doctoral credits looking for students for one on one tutoring. Meetings are generally for 1 1/2 hours at a mutually convenient time and location.
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I have a bachelor of science in nursing as well as a masters of science in nursing specializing in anesthesia. My teaching method is to bring basic science principles and make them applicable and relevant to everyday nursing practice. I can teach basic instruction for clinical skills as well as describe advanced techniques of nursing.
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