Current medical student, near completion of my medical degree at MUSC and on my way to becoming a surgeon. Completed my BS in Biology at Furman University in Greenville, SC while on scholarship. I use problem solving as my preferred method of teaching. This way it becomes an interactive session for student and tutor.
My methodology is to use simple language, analogies, problem solving and positive feedback to breakdown complex scientific material. I encourage questions and critical thinking to demystify what is misunderstood. In essence, I use what the student already knows to help them understand what they don't.
After high school I enrolled myself into a medical college. Biology was always an important subject foe me as I always had an inclination towards the Medical and Health Sciences field. I enjoy teaching in my off time and also get to know people.
My teaching method involves, depending on the age, taking a subject a student is struggling with and making sure the student understands why it is important in the big picture. I let my students dictate what we cover in regards to subject matter, but I don't take excuses and I drill and quiz my students until I am positive they fully understand.
i have been a visual learner with a short attention span, so when i started tutoring i made sure to keep it short, fun to study and very visual. i mostly tutor premed or highschool students but younger students are fun to work with as well.
I'm a Ph.D. graduate from the Molecular Metabolism & Nutrition Biomedical Program at The University of Chicago looking to learn and help others by sharing my knowledge and love for science via active learning strategies. I provide in-person and online tutoring to any age level.
Currently working toward a Masters in Biology while teaching part time at the Technical College of the Lowcountry. I teach Anatomy, Physiology, Biotechnology, and Basic Bio 101 Lab courses. I believe a good learning environment involves pictures, hands on experiences, and fun.
I have been a university professor, with a Ph.D. in Biology, and have taught many areas of Biology for over 30 years, including life science, biology, and Anatomy and Physiology. I have worked for over 20 years instructing middle schools, high school and college instructors on the best methods to effectively teach science. I can show you how to get past your nervousness about science.
I am currently a graduate student at Northwestern studying Reproductive Science & Medicine. My method is to help students understand course material by taking what they know and expanding that knowledge through study techniques and resources for their style of learning.
I am a graduate student who is available to give lessons on health-related scientific subjects such as anatomy, physiology, neuroscience, kinesiology, exercise science, clinical pathology and nutrition to high schoolers, and college students. I like to teach by asking questions, and will be able to provide YouTube videos for frequently asked questions.
I am currently a Third year Medical Student, with experience of tutoring college and medical students. I can give lessons in Biology, Anatomy, Microbiology, Cell Biology to all levels up to College. I am very easy going and understanding, seeking ways to make learning your subjects easier.
I have the ability to explain concepts in a number of different ways depending on the needs of my students. After 8 years of teaching I have come across many different students and taught to a variety of different ability levels (from special education to honors). At my disposal I have visual aids, power points, analogies, worksheets, and mnemonic devices.
My teaching methodology is whatever works best for the students! I create an initial framework to start with and then adapt and amend this to help suit the students' learning needs. I am happy to create a variety of different assignments to help students progress through their learning, and like to set mini-goals along the way to help motivate my students.
I attended the University of Tampa in Florida where I double majored in biology and marine science and minored in chemistry and environmental science (BS degree 2000). I also completed my Texas state teacher certification coursework and and have 7 years teaching experience. I have a Master's in Divinity as well.
My goal is not just to help students with specific subject help, but to teach students how to approach their studies in a way that is more effective. I hope to that with each lesson, my students feel more confident in their abilities to not only tackle current hurdles but take on future ones.
My teaching philosophy is simple: Education should be learner and learning-centered. My outlook on education stems from personal experience. I took my first tertiary course at Brevard Community College the summer before I entered the University of Central Florida. In terms of instructional vs.
I am a college student with one degree and several medical technical certifications ready to help anyone where needed. I hold a two year degree in general studies, mainly biology, and physical science classes. I am also EMT-B, IV, ACLS, PALS, and CPR/BLS certified. I have taken classes in anatomy and physiology, as well as pharmacology and cardiology.
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.
University of Phoenix---Master of Education: Curriculum Design and Instruction University of Arizona---Bachelor of Science: Physiological and Health Sciences Arizona State Certicates: CTE Health Science, Biology, General Science Training: AVID, Link Crew, Leadership (Student Government), Career and Technical Education, etc.
I base my classes on high school level life science courses that will also be applicable to college life science courses as well. My lessons are structured mostly around discussion and detailed real world examples that students can understand and relate to.
I make sure above all that what I am teaching is both clear and simple, no matter how complex the subject may be! I like to make things fun so that each lecture is unique and never boring.
I am a biochemist with a passion sharing my love of science with others through teaching. I have experience in teaching high school, undergraduate, and graduate students. Throughout my years as both an instructor and a tutor, I always tailor my instruction methods to best fit each student.
My teaching methods largely depend on the person. I believe that the best methods of teaching are customized for the recipent in order to promote a higher level of understanding. This, paired with repition and practice, have shown the best results for me thus far.
My teaching approach focuses on the fundamental concepts of the material, allowing the student to truly understand the material and not memorize facts. I want my students to feel comfortable enough to teach others the material. If you can teach the material to others, you truly understand it.
Personally, I always cherish and appreciate the opportunity to help guide students in realizing their abilities and potentials already present within them, as well as, guiding them on their academic journeys', in "learning how to learn.
My teaching method is a combination of repetition and real-life examples. While I want students/peers to read their material thoroughly, I can also allow them to view "textbook situations" through "real life" examples.
I am a public high school life science educator. I have been teaching for the last 11 years and tutoring for over 15 years. I have taught well over 2,000 students in my classroom and tutored hundreds of students over the years.
Each lesson for the tutoring method will vary depending on the core issue areas brought to me by the student, prepared in advanced for any challenge you have. My teaching methods are very hands on, examples are my to-go method for teaching as this is an in-depth explanation along with practical practice.
My name is Priya and I am currently finish up on my PhD from UMass Medical School. I graduated with Honors in Biology from Mount Holyoke College in 2009. I have been teaching and mentoring since 2008 and more recently I have an Adjunct Position at Becker College teaching Anatomy and Physiology.
With M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Anatomy from NY Medical College and lengthy teaching/tutoring experience with MD/DO/DMD/DC/OD/RN/DPT/MOT/MA/EMT and other students, I will help you apply your preferred learning style to master essential concepts of human structure and function with confidence.
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