I am a Physics graduate with a B.S. from Gonzaga University, capable of creating tutoring sessions designed to work along-side students of high-school or college level classes in Physics, Math, Science, and other subjects if requested.
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.
I always based my classes on empathy and comprehension of the difficulties of each student. I realized that learning to learn itself, is something critical to be able to progress. So I always try to understand the way that the student is thinking.
I have taught High School Physics and Physical Science lab intensive hands-on low stress courses. Have also created and taught low stress hands-on science to middle school students. Promoted both team teaching STEM collaborations and innovative team teaching techniques. Promoted STEM classrooms without walls to improve student interest, excitement and science learning K-20.
I teach in a practical manner. I tie the principles of the lessons into everyday applications. My lessons include verbal, written and when possible physical learning. Since I have very broad job experience. I have many germain examples at my fingertips.
I am Dipa Devkota, a garaduate student in physics and i really really love physics. I approch each topic individually. I discuss the problem with student like a friend and can teach them in a way they can understand it.
This is Dr. Nmaobi Uzochukwu a retired high school physics teacher from the state of Georgia. I taught physics and other sciences including chemistry, and Anatomy and Physiology. My degree is in Physics but I preferred to teach High school because of my love for that grade of students. One can influence them easily as there are opportunities for more interaction inside and outside the classroom.
Friendly Environment with strong communication skills, Always ready for problem solving, Miscommunication leads to disturbance, My methodology of teaching is to make every student learn and understand what they are studying and to build strong background knowledge of the course.
I often try to teach through a Socratic methodology encouraging a full understanding as opposed to memorizing processes and I try to allow students to discover concepts on their own, instead of being told. In physics and mathematics, more than any other field, one needs to understand the core concepts and their applications in order to succeed.
I am a life long student of Physics and other Physical Sciences. I have plans to become either a high school teacher or professor of physics because teaching is one of the best ways to learn. I subscribe to the constructionist theory of learning. I believe that all students can learn any subject with the right simultaneous.
I try to explain the topics (especially conceptual ones) in a way that younger students see the world. I understand that when something seems difficult, people tend to refuse to keep working. I try to help my students see that each task can be simplified enough to not be scary, and that they can solve anything when tackling problems with confidence.
My teaching method is explaining the concepts and relating that with our life, then solving one or two examples to clarify the concepts, after that, I give the student the chance to solve the problem by himself with my help and more patience from me.
Teaching is an extremely important responsibility from many different perspectives - as a social role model to the youth of society, as a teacher passing science knowledge to the next generations, and as a scientist keeping up-to-date on important advances in the field – all of which serve to illustrate the characteristics of this career that attracted me to it.
M.Sc Student teaches secondary high school students in various fields of Physics and Chemistry. Though the explanation remains the same depending on the level of understanding of the student, the method changes. Having an experience of 5 years in home tutoring, patience and analyzing a student mind has become a part of my way of teaching.
I have masters of science in physics, 2016 from the university of Washington/ Seattle.
My teaching style consists of rigorous detail of concepts coupled with fun and engaging examples thrown in. I make efforts to find and cater to specific learning styles as well.
I aim to help students with high school and college level mathematics and physics through tutoring and instruction. My teaching method consists of a mix of lecture and active learning through demonstrations and guided problem solving. My style of tutoring draws from this modality- I use a Socratic approach and find where in the problem solving process the student faces difficulty.
Patience is key. Active listening and emotional intelligence are both key to providing valuable instruction. Given enough time and proper guidance, I believe everyone is capable of learning anything.
I make learning fun. I use a systematic approach and design sessions to build in a logical manner. I check for understanding. I like case studies, games, and engaging students.
Toriana Nelson Only 18 and but will I be the best tutor you will find. Can help with any subject from 1st - 12th grade, anything math, science, history, English, grammar, and Spanish. Though I am young I took all Advanced Placement classes in high school and use to tutor kids in the library after school.
I'm an experienced physics teacher for SAT, AP,IB diploma and high school students Give students more practice in class and make the class more effective.
I am a college student currently working towards a Bachelor's of Science degree in Nuclear Engineering. I have taken math classes up to Calculus II, and taken Physics courses, and have gotten a 4.0 in these classes.
I have a degree in nuclear engineering and a minor in physics from the University of Michigan, will be pursuing a PhD in plasma physics at MIT, and have worked as a math and science teacher in Peace Corps for the past two years. Lessons are adjusted to student needs, but will include a lot of problem solving strategy and repetition.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Nuclear Engineering) University of Florida Over 2000 hours of technical and self development courses received during a 37 year career working as a Licensed Professional Engineer (State of Florida) both nationally and internationally.
I prefer the Socratic method and like to make any subject relevant to the student. I find that makes lessons more digestible. Coming up with strict schedules is something I'd rather avoid if possible but I have experience making lesson plans and mock exams tailored to specific students.
My teaching methodology can be summarized as inclusive learning that incorporates different fields of science and math with everyday life. I aim to use calculus to when solving physics problems and show students how we can analyze and make predictions about the physical world using math.
Hello, My name is Alex. I am a senior in high-school near the Charlotte area. However, I have taken a multitude of college level coarses and done quite well in all of them. Needless to say, I enjoy learning. I am also an amateur Nuclear physicist, Doing research in my garage in the fields of nuclear fusion and plasma physics.
I base my lectures on the quality of students, I understand that different kind of students might need different kind of teaching methodologies. Initially [in initial lessons], my main focus will be to provide clear and in-depth understanding of the fundamental concepts of the subject, and then move to the problem solving part.
I see classwork as preparation to question the inner workings of the world. Education is vital to understanding it, and integrating real-life into teaching is crucial. When somebody is having trouble with a subject, sometimes it can be because it is too abstract, not grounded enough in the real world.
I am currently an active researcher at UC Berkeley with many peer-reviewed first authored publication. I got my Ph.D at Princeton University 3 years ago with 10 years of research experience.
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