I prefer a question based approach—providing checkpoints for students as we move through material. This ensures the student learns at their own pace, and the information is actually being retained.
My name is Davide and I am a researcher in the Mathematical Oncology Division at City of Hope. I obtained a Master Degree in Theoretical Physics in Italy (Torino) in 2011 and a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from the University of East Anglia (UK) in 2016. Just after that, I started as a postdoctoral researcher at City of Hope in the Mathematical Oncology Division.
My teaching methodology is learning each topic and to cover the curriculam in the given time also to prepare for the exams.
I base my classes on the students prior knowledge.
I like to use current homework assignments and previous exams or study materials along with class notes to find potential areas to focus on, and then find the areas that need the most attention.
I hold a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alberta and an MA in apologetics from Luther Rice University . I worked as a registered Mechanical Engineer for seven years. I am proficient in Math, Physics, philosophy, apologetics, and related subject matter.
Studied with Honors in biochemistry at Portland State University. A strong understanding of mathematics, good communication skills, and hands-on experience in the lab are my strongest qualities. My methodology as a tutor is to get the student passionate about the subject, and to see the excitement and possibilities that chemistry provides translates to the student.
I completed my M.S. in Molecular Microbiology and Immunology in 2014 from the University of Southern California (USC). I completed my B.S. with a double major in Biological Sciences and Physics with a minor in Mathematics from the University of Illinois (UIC) at Chicago in 2011. I actually had the credits for a BS in Mathematics but they would not let me triple major.
Bachelor's of General Studies [emphasis in Marketing; minor in Literature] University of the Southwest Hobbs, New Mexico 88240 1980 to 1986 Extra Courses earned at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette, Louisiana 70506 Physics: A / College Algebra: A / Pre-Calculus: C 2002 to 2003 ESL / TEFL / TESOL 100 Hour teaching certificate Oxford Seminars in Baton Rouge, Louisiana 2012
I have a doctorate degree in Physics from University of Cambridge, UK and possess more than ten years of teaching experience. I also bring alongwith me a strong grasp in Mathematics and General Sciences for taking these as my majors while I was studying for my Bachelors degree in Sciences.
I am very friendly and I want to help students in middle school, high school and those working on their undergraduate degrees. I think learning physics and math should be fun and easy going, thus releasing the stress that comes when solving difficult problems. My main goal is to make students understand what they are learning.
Methods of instruction include: •build on what is already known •distinguishing ideologies, postulates, theorems, etc.
I received a BS chemical engineering degree from Texas A&M University in 2004 The first class we will talk about what you want to learn from me and what are your needs. And then I will setup a study plan incorporate with your school courses plan. My goal is to accomplish your goals.
I am currently pursuing Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering at CSULB. I am also working as a math tutor at CSULB. I believe that teacher is the one who takes a hand, opens a mind and touches a heart. I always make sure that the student is involved in the process of learning.
I am someone who is looking to help people take the next step in their learning. I teach middle school students preferably 8th grade. I teach people by relating to them and using things that will stick in their minds.
Any level starting middle school up to university students Teaching elementary physics and mathematics of High School and College students Teaching and training of students in special school for future study in physics and mathematics departments of the universities and institutes in Armenia.
My lessons are primarily aimed and high school and college students. I try to get my students to understand basic concepts rather than memorize material. As a teacher, I consider myself thorough and somewhat disciplinarian, but I try to be as understanding as possible of student needs.
1. I have a degree in Civil Engineering and speak and write Arabic fluently. 2. I give lessons to students who wants to get better. 3.I start with a warm up session for 5 minutes then repeat my previous instructions. 4.Have a good sense of humor.
I attended college for 11 years and obtained 3 degrees: BA Chemistry Cornell College MS Chemical Engineering Texas A&M University MBA University of St. Thomas, Houston I am very good at math, chemistry, physics, engineering, economics, finance, and banking. I also give lessons in Spanish and guitar.
I stablish my classes and design my lessons base on my students’ ability and interest. I achieved this by getting to know them well and building a healthy relationship and communicating effectively with them.
My philosophy is one that believes most people have the capacity to learn anything if it is presented in the appropriate way for them. For some that may be explaining the concept over and over and for others that may be through multiple examples. I prefer to tailor my sessions to the student as I believe schools should be more broadly.
I teach by motivating and involving the student in the learning process.
I like to teach online and in person. The goal of teaching is mastery the content well enough to not only do well in class but to also teach it.
As a tutor I am very accommodating to each students skill sets and learning abilities, everything is usually carefree and not as constricting in order to allow the student to learn and engage their own creativity and critical thinking skills.
My approach to teaching focusses on engaging students with the material at hand, and hopefully exciting them about the subject. I hope to teach students by facilitating their learning and understanding, rather than attempting to cram knowledge in their heads. The creed of "Less is More" with regards to content should always be present in my teaching.
I like to give my students space to work on their own, but be ready and available the moment that there's any confusion. It is my firm belief that students learn best from within, and teachers are but vessels to facilitate that learning. As an instructor, I have been available to my students night and day to help them understand any material on which they feel deficient.
I am a physicist from Colorado State University, providing professional tutoring for math and physics courses ranging from elementary to college level. I emphasize concepts and general problem-solving strategies so that students can easily solve different situations. I am very patient and student-oriented.
My approach is lecture method spiced up with lots of relevant videos , images, simple experiments and examples to make the fundamentals clear. I stress on developing the mental calculation of a student .
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.
They are customized to the needs and abilities of the student. Our primary focus is to master the material by practicing a range of problems from easy to hard. After the easier problems are mastered we will work on more difficult problems. Taking practice tests, watching videos, and discussing the examples and theories together is what makes a student prepared.
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