My lesson plan is base on a student needs. However, I always gather a student's learn information (his/her learning style) and then I plan my lesson plan base on the information I received from the student. I also provide practice problem on that particular topic so that the student can apply self learn, after I explained and exemplified the concepts.
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.
My name is Ruby and I give lessons to high school and middle school students who need help with chemistry and mathematics up to calculus III. Most of my lessons are example based rather than lecture style, as I believe it is more helpful for a student to learn by practice, rather than by being told of something.
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.
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 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.
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.
I believe in an individualized teaching methodology specific to each person. Some students learn better with visual/audio aids while others learn best from reading. I work with my tutees to determine the most efficient tutoring approach at the beginning and make adjustments as we go.
I am inquisitive and perceptive in order to understand my student's learning style, whether they have a kinesthetic, auditory or visual learning modality, and adapt my teaching methods to their benefit. My tutees excelled in their classes because in addition to excellent academic tutoring, I tutor classwork success and test-taking methods to maximize understanding and score of the course.
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 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 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.
My teaching method consists of a combination of lecture material, practical application, and recitation with practice problems depending on the area of study. I like to take a holistic approach with my students, and take into consideration their background, strength in the subject, and personal goals to tailor my tutor sessions to be most beneficial to each individual student.
Outside of my professional endeavours. I don’t liken myself to a comedian by any stretch of the imagination but nevertheless, I love to make myself and the people around me laugh. I work in very serious and stressful environments so being able to add levity to situations has been integral for me and how I manage stress.
I have found that the best way to learn organic chemistry is through pattern recognition. I have been successful with tutoring organic chemistry through showing and explaining the trends that we see within reactions.
I believe in implementing visual, auditory, written, and repetition for optimal studying. My study methods include memorizing flash cards, doing practice tests, and talking through the materials with others. I can give lessons for high school and undergraduate college courses in math, chemistry, and Human anatomy & physiology courses.
I believe learning is interactive. In order to understand chemistry or math you must engage with it. In order for the engagement to be successful it must be meaningful. This often involves small group work. I find that the interaction with others in the same situation exponentially increases everyone's understanding.
My teaching methods include visual and physical learning - from experience this has worked best, creating pictures, index/flash cards and connection webs, the use of hands instead of technology improves the connections your brain makes. I like to begin by getting to know the student, their habits of studying and what they believe they struggle with and from this develop a plan of action to help.
I believe that clarity, patience and positivity are key to a good educational methodology. A student who feels comfortable enough to ask any question will have more fun and learn faster than one who feels intimidated or pressured.
I approach each topic by tailoring it in a way that applies to each individual student.
I have primary tutored at college level, but more than capable of tutoring at the high school level. My tutoring sessions have the reoccurring theme of introduction, specific problems of students, overview of topic, sample problem broken into a mechanism, and finally practice.
I prefer students to come to me with materials to review, assignments to work on, and questions. I find that I excel in my ability to explain a given topic/concept in multiple ways, and can relate complicated concepts to real-life examples and comparisons. I am patient and understanding. I love to learn and I enjoy aiding others in doing the same.
I will cater my teaching to the student's learning style. I understand that each student learns differently, so I want to help them comprehend the material as best as possible. Many of my students find my instruction helpful and insightful for their learning needs.
My teaching method is very student-centered. I give a lot of examples and am not afraid to try several different methods within the same lesson in order to get each student to understand. It is my job as a tutor to get each student to understand both basic and more difficult concepts.
I always have this in my mind, If my student cannot understand the chemistry, maybe I should simplify the concepts more and more. If I cannot make that concept simpler then Perhaps I myself need to learn and practice more. If the chemistry does not come with a simple example of it then the chance success is not that much high.
I teach based on comprehension, not memorization. Instead of accepting a formula or concept at face value, I explain where it came from, and why it works. My focus is on problem solving strategies based on a big-picture understanding, by creating a strong conceptual foundation at any level.
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.
Deaserae Domangue (concealed information) but call me Dez. (concealed information) Lessons for any age. I do not give answers in science. I give u the tools to come up withanswer on ur own because these are topics you will have to master because they are built upon.
My education consists of MBA and BS in chemistry. As a student-athlete, I tutored math and science subjects to high school and college-aged student, and continue with this currently. My techniques and methods consist of simplified explanation coupled with repetition.
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Perfect! Barry is incredibly knowledgeable and able to explain a depth of scientific material--whether it is organic chemistry, biochemistry or general chemistry. Even if he hasn't seen a particular concept in awhile, he's always able to reason through a...
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