My primary method is to try and establish and reinforce connections between the material and its applications. In other words, rather than trying to explain the correct answer I attempt to encourage the student to understand how the correct answer is found, and then obtain the correct answer from that material.
I can teach any mathematics courses up to matrix algebra and calculus 3/differential equations, along with physics 1,2, and modern physics (including calculus applications). My main method involves breaking down complex material into simple parts, and filling in every jump in logic made in the topic.
I give lessons to help students in a science course anywhere from 9th grade to undergraduate students. I try to take multiple approaches when teaching until one seems to click with the individual. I'm funny (I think) and patient, it is hard to successfully tutor someone who is not having fun or frustrated with their tutor.
My approach is based on understanding the concepts first (qualitatively), then working example problems to gain experience with the material. My belief is that good practice makes perfect, so we work problems and use problem solving skills to overcome difficulties.
I am an experienced college physics professor with a Specialist in Education degree from the Rutgers University.
My teaching method is to break down concepts into subtopics and then tackle each subtopic. I also like to be visual and tactile using drawing and manipulatives to teach. As a teacher, I used a project-based learning model. I also like to use humor when teaching.
I am a Electro-Mechaincal Engineering senior ( also minoring in Computer Science, Applied Mathematics and Physics). During my tutoring session, I start asking question to the student what they know about the subject matter rather than what they don't know and create a common ground. Then I give them basic theoretical knowledge and then help them solving problems to prove those theories.
I would first need to know the subject I will be teaching. I will then break the concept down it its major components, prepare teaching material and practice problems, and not move on until the students fully understands each one.
Geared towards freshmen and sophomore level courses in physics, math, and computer science. Will use materials student is already using or is familiar with, and connecting that to their personal goals and interests. Whenever possible, I prefer to teach with hands-on (or digital, if necessary) experiments rather than straight theory.
I have a M. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction and have been actively engaged in Education for 10 years. Mathematics and Science can be difficult, and I understand that. I believe that anyone can learn it with a positive attitude though.
I am a senior at Virginia Tech obtaining my BS in Civil Engineering. I was the President of the Academy of Engineering in highschool and I have taken multiple AP courses including Calculus AB/BC, Physics, Language and Composition, Statistics, US History. I give lessons to students K-12 in all subjects but specializing in math and physics.
I am a May 2016 graduate of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of Virginia Tech's College of Engineering. Topics I've taught range from Newtonian mechanics to electromagnetism, focusing mostly on algebraic based problems. I'm also happy to work with students on trigonometry, geometry, calculus, chemistry, and physics.
I would like to produce lessons plans given the students level of expertise and build on what they already know, applying a constructivist approach, giving them responsibilities whcih they are easy to accomplish. Through learning the basic concepts, coming up with problem solving practices, students are able to achieve academic goals.
Currently a senior attending University studying Physics (B.A) and Biochemistry (B.S) with a minor in Neuroscience. I have plans on attending graduate school to earn a Ph.D in Physical Chemistry, currently waiting on Northwestern's decision on my application *fingers crossed*. Teaching isn't about memorization, it's about understanding the mechanism and principles of why something happens.
I received my MSc in Geochemistry from Ohio University in 2016 and a BSc in Geology and Creative writing from the University of Illinois in 2013. I spent a year doing post-graduate research at the University of Victoria (Canada) studying Earth and Ocean Sciences, and received a certificate in Higher Education Teaching and Learning through the Teaching and Learning Center at UVic.
Master in Psychology and Master in Business Administration. Bachelor in Sciences - Chemistry. Experienced mentoring young professionals and now open to mentor students that want to concentrate in a specific subject. Lessons tailored to student needs. I'm looking forward to work with you.
Having over 25 years of teaching experience, advanced degree (Doctorate) and training in science and medicine, I can tailor a method of learning that is right for you! From Biology and Chemistry, Math and Physics to specialty subjects such as Anatomy and Physiology.
Graduated in 2016 from the U.S. Naval Academy with a B.S. in Oceanography, focusing on physics and applied math. Hoping to apply my technical knowledge to help students with math and science at all levels. Currently work full time as a scientist for the Navy.
B/S Criminal Justice from Georgia Southern University MAT from Piedmont College I believe in hands on experiments, STEM teaching practices. Reading and comprehension practices. I also believe in differentiation of lesson plans as well as student driven learning. Videos and self exlploration and teacher guidance is also used.
I am an alumnus of Louisiana College with a B.S. in Chemistry and experience in the chemical field. I am looking for attentive students in the maths and sciences, willing to learn, who are in Junior High through college in the CenLA area. I typically do homework support, but I can also teach lessons.
I am a second year college student at Utah State University studying Computer Engineering. I was the Sterling Scholar winner for Mathematics in the southwestern Utah region in 2013. I like to learn which learning method my students use (visual, tactile, etc) and adapt to their individual needs.
Hello! I am currently a college student at Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri. I am about to graduate this semester. I am hoping to go to graduate school in math. I am available to tutor in math and most physics subjects up through the undergraduate level.
My name is Jonathan. I was a Biology teacher and able teach all of the core sciences (biology, chemistry, and physics) at any level.
I am an experimentalist physicist, saying exactly, MS in applied nuclear physics. At the same time I taught students general physics at Quantum College in Armenia, as well as applied nuclear physics at Yerevan State University and at Yerevan State Engineering University. Since 2013 I have taught college Physics at NOVA and Montgomery colleges.
I am Esuyawkal Engdaw. I graduated from The University of California, Berkeley in Physics. I have worked as a tutor and teaching assistant at Merritt college before, and I like the satisfaction that comes along with the job. I taught students through examples and most of my students have come back and told me that they became successful.
The best way to learn the math and sciences is to learn by doing. My tutoring sessions typically include numerous problems that I work through with my students step by step where they learn the muscle memory to learn and understand the concepts behind the problems.
My teaching method is very hands on and adaptive to each individual's learning style. I have an innate ability to relate to student's struggles and break down the material in ways that is very approachable and unintimidating. I have experience teaching mathematics, physics, biology, and chemistry on the college level. I also provide SAT and ACT preparation.
I am willing to give lessons to all ages and levels ranging from middle school to college. I like to reteach what the teacher has already gone over with problem and examples.
Since I was a college student only a few months ago, I understand the problems students encounter and adapt to their individual learning styles. I’ve also developed great study skills, time management abilities and effective organization techniques that I’ve used to succeed in my own academic career.
I believe when the students are actively participating in the class discussion and ask questions about how and why the concepts should work in a particular way, they learn a lot more. I always make sure that my students are strong with their basic concepts, if they aren't, that's where I begin my job.
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