I have given lessons to students of all ages, from pre-k students to adults. As such, my techniques and methods are extremely flexible and depend on the student and subject. Generally, however, the goal of each session I have with a student is for them to walk away with the most they possibly can.
My last position was an assistance Manager for projects and Engineering Services. I handled over 40+ people working for me, I have the knowledge and techniques to motivate people and get the best out of them to achieve there goals.
I'm a french, recently graduated with an Environmental Chemistry Bachelor, I can teach anything type of class until College level. Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Early Biology, French. Let me know your problem of understanding and I will help you to resolve them, or will teach you something that you would like to learn. Everything is in the work and repetition to understand your subject.
I give lessons to college and high-school students. I am happy to work with students that just need a little extra help as well as top achievers who wish to broaden their understanding of a topic. I have been bored myself by professors who drone on through slideshows that haven't changed in over 10 years. Education should be an immersive, multifaceted experience.
I received my bachelors of science in physics with some experience as a high school teacher and astrophysics research. I am a very approachable and knowledgeable teacher who can explain math and physics in various methods to facilitate understanding and retention.
I believe that traditional lectures achieve very little without student-led discussion and group work with their peers. Everyone, including the teacher, is a student on some level, and it is important to have a two-way communication when tackling a new topic. I prefer to work with students to help them learn to teach themselves, rather than simply teach them.
I got my Masters degree from the Graduate School of Chines Academy of Sciences. I am very knowledgeable. I can tutor math of all levels, High school, college, even beyond. I will do my best to transfer my knowledge to students using different techniques.I am very patient.
Motivating a student is a key aspect of effective learning. I always believe that explaining a topic with an application or example is more effective than just teaching some theory. My teaching method is simple, explain the theory and solve some questions (based on strong basics) and then revise the theory. This will help you relate the theory with the example and remembering it effectively.
I believe everyone has strengths and weaknesses and learns differently from others. My philosophy is simple - work hard, and you will see results. As long as you find something that you are passionate about, everything will fall in its place.
I have two Bachelor's Degrees: one in Microbiology and one in Psychology. I have been a laboratory instructor, a supplemental instruction leader, a co-teacher, and a private tutor for many undergraduate science courses, including Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Physics, and Math.
I generally ask what the student knows and doesn't know about the subject and then go from there, either explaining material differently than the textbook/teacher or working through a math/chem/etc problem with them and having them explain what's going on.
I'm a Chemical Engineer graduate with experience working in process design and field work in refineries. My methods of instruction depend entirely on the course and the student, they are tailored to the student's specific needs in order to maximize their comprehension.
I’m a researcher, a PhD in Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, Research, Computer Science, have 71 scientific publications. Have a lot of applications. Developed and successfully implemented in Government projects new methods of statistical prediction, working even for chaotic or random data. Teach at Universities and Colleges 30 years, at High School 6 years.
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I graduated from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor's degree in Physics (Biophysics), with minors in Biology and Mathematics. In the fall, I will begin graduate coursework in the Master of Medical Physics Program through the Georgia Institute of Technology.
I am a postdoc at UT Austin doing a great research in physics. with a huge experience in teaching physics for college students as well as high school students. As a teacher I will depend on understanding rather than memorize, you need to understand the concept so you can create your unique answers later.
My name is Jose Rodriguez, I graduated May 2017 from UT Austin with a bachelor's in Aerospace Engineering. I have taken classes from calculus 1- integration and differentiation along with vector calculus. I have also taken calculus based physics. I am also proficient in MATLAB. I am also fluent in Spanish.
I utilize three primary techniques to help simplify complex subjects: 1] Top-down teaching: I don't dive right into the details. I start with the big picture so you have context for everything you learn. 2] Visual: When possible, I try to explain a subject visually, as most students are visual learners.
Based on my experience as a teacher/professor, researcher and process technology development engineer, I have had a feeling that students studying physics must be inspired to have curiosity and excitement to develop and understand the physical concepts of natural phenomena.
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