I received my BA in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge, UK and my PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Cambridge. During my education I studied a range of sciences including Math, Biology, Chemistry, Genetics, Physiology, Anatomy, Cell Biology and neurobiology. I currently teach students for AP Biology, Chemistry and Psychology 1-to-1.
You will find my effective help worth the price. I am above all interested in what works for you. I try to craft lessons that move across styles of instruction to meet your individual needs and curiosity.
My teaching method involves, depending on the age, taking a subject a student is struggling with and making sure the student understands why it is important in the big picture. I let my students dictate what we cover in regards to subject matter, but I don't take excuses and I drill and quiz my students until I am positive they fully understand.
i have been a visual learner with a short attention span, so when i started tutoring i made sure to keep it short, fun to study and very visual. i mostly tutor premed or highschool students but younger students are fun to work with as well.
I'm a Ph.D. graduate from the Molecular Metabolism & Nutrition Biomedical Program at The University of Chicago looking to learn and help others by sharing my knowledge and love for science via active learning strategies. I provide in-person and online tutoring to any age level.
I have the ability to explain concepts in a number of different ways depending on the needs of my students. After 8 years of teaching I have come across many different students and taught to a variety of different ability levels (from special education to honors). At my disposal I have visual aids, power points, analogies, worksheets, and mnemonic devices.
My teaching methodology is whatever works best for the students! I create an initial framework to start with and then adapt and amend this to help suit the students' learning needs. I am happy to create a variety of different assignments to help students progress through their learning, and like to set mini-goals along the way to help motivate my students.
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
I'm a recent Biology graduate looking to give lessons in all of the middle and high school sciences and undergraduate collegiate biology coursework. My methods mainly consist of guiding the thought train through relevant material and solidifying concepts to help students reach their capstone potential.
Molecular Biosciences and Biotechnology BS at University of Hawaii Manoa Cum Laude. Teach with individual learning in mind. Accommodate learning times and subjects. Flexible schedule. Active learning and participation in lessons. Students have fun while learning. Learning for future use or passing a class, tutor experience is positive.
I have a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry from Drury University. I will be attending the University of Missouri in the spring to pursue an electrical engineering degree. In the meantime, I am interested in teaching math and science to students who may be unfamiliar or struggling with these subjects.
I am a biological scientist who give lessons to high schools and lab technicians. My teaching methodology is lecture based as well as tutorial instruction (Personalized tutorial), whereby an individual student is helped to strengthen what he/she doesn't understand. I also include study assignment method, which I believe help a student to keep studying for more understanding.
I am a college grad with a BA in Cell and Molecular Biology. I patiently adapt my teaching style depending on the student's learning style. I believe in using kinesthetic methods and real life examples and analogies to help with mastery of difficult material.
I am a former high school biology teacher who has taught SOL material. I know how challenging it can be, so I am here to help. I can break down difficult concepts for you in a way that you can grasp, using various methods to teach you, such as hands on activities, lab experiments, videos, or on location learning.
I make sure above all that what I am teaching is both clear and simple, no matter how complex the subject may be! I like to make things fun so that each lecture is unique and never boring.
I tutor in general biology, cell and molecular biology, genetics, and college prep. I tutor the way I learn best, acting as a resource to allow my students to apply the knowledge they have while facilitating growth. I am understanding of frustrations in learning hard sciences (I had more than a few myself) and am always willing to cater to the needs of the individual.
I have perfected various study skills that have helped many of my students with efficient uses of their study time. I not only base my lessons on the subjects required for students but also various methods on how to study for specific subjects.
Personally, I always cherish and appreciate the opportunity to help guide students in realizing their abilities and potentials already present within them, as well as, guiding them on their academic journeys', in "learning how to learn.
I am a public high school life science educator. I have been teaching for the last 11 years and tutoring for over 15 years. I have taught well over 2,000 students in my classroom and tutored hundreds of students over the years.
I can give lessons to undergraduate students and below. The following is a general outline. If you need help on a lecture, or book chapter: 1. Review lecture/chapter. Isolate what you do and do NOT understand. Write questions down (This will give you more bang for your buck). Of course, I can still try to reteach your lecture, if needed. 2.
I am a Molecular Biologist, currently working on cancer research. I teach students ranging from middle school to college. Each class is structured to grab students' attention and involvement with different activities and examples taken from real life. I want my students to be completely involved in the topics we are covering.
My name is Priya and I am currently finish up on my PhD from UMass Medical School. I graduated with Honors in Biology from Mount Holyoke College in 2009. I have been teaching and mentoring since 2008 and more recently I have an Adjunct Position at Becker College teaching Anatomy and Physiology.
I am a teacher for college level courses in Biology and Microbiology. I have taught undergraduate courses in Community Colleges and Universities. Presently, I also teach high school Environmental Science and Scientific Research. I use several different ways of teaching content depending on learner types that I understand through a survey.
I recently received my PhD in Neuroscience from UC Berkeley. Almost everyday during my 10+ years of laboratory research I’ve had to confront and understand difficult concepts. I’ve developed techniques for understanding these concepts quickly and I have a passion for teaching chemistry and biology theories to others.
I use inquiry techniques to help students learn science concepts in their own way. Of course, content is important, but students of today will be exposed to new knowledge that will replace what we think is fact. Students must learn how best to learn and discover these new topics.
I graduated from high school in 2017. I am now in college and studying nursing. In high school I was part of a health professions academy and graduated with a CNA and Phlebotomy license. I have taken honors biology, ap biology and know lots of anatomy and physiology. I am now in college biology for my nursing major.
Fun and enthusiastic educator with a bachelors in Biology and a Masters in Education, who loves working with middle and high school level students. Lessons vary based on students specified needs, and goals for each topic, and include various means of learning information, from textbooks, current events, videos, and even personal experiences.
As a 2nd year high school Biology teacher (with degrees in B.S.c. in Biology and MAT in Secondary Science), my methods of instruction model my classroom teaching. With a mixture of independent learning and direct instruction followed by small group discussion, students are able to discuss their thoughts and misconceptions to gain clarification on concept topics.
I am an Ivy League graduate comfortable teaching most biological subjects and levels, as well as history. My lessons are centered around developing an understanding of the fundamentals behind a subject, so the student can then extrapolate those to broader ideas. I am a patient and thorough teacher, who can adapt to a student's needs and learning style.
Hi, PhD research scholar at UNMC by profession. Passionate to teach and share my expertise in the field. I understand the workload on students and how difficult it gets for them to master in some complex subjects like molecular biology, genetics, biotechnology, immunology, cell biology, human physiology, and structural biology.
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