I am a sophomore at Virginia Tech, studying animal science (pre-vet). I am offering tutoring lessons to any grade level in areas of math or science. I will help go over homework, sample problems, or provide small lessons on these subjects again. I am very flexible and change my teaching technique based on each student and what they need help with.
I can give lessons to college and high school students. I am a very visual person and will use diagrams. I also love coming up with mnemonics to help students remember things. I love using practice problems because practice makes perfect.
My teaching methods are based on the individual to maximize learning potential. Students will learn and master the necessary skills for all science based classes. All students that are searching for a better understanding in biology can rely on me for guidance for; learning concepts, excel, word, power point, and other skills necessary to the degree.
I try to approach teaching in a fun, inventive way, and always adapt my teaching methods to accommodate each individual's learning style.
I am working as Assistant Professor in the Agriculture University. I have done PhD in Veterinary Pharmacology from London,United Kingdom. Lesson structure: background of the topic, topic detail with aims and objectives, conclusions and summary/take home message.
La manera más fácil de que un niño aprenda es dándole los conocimientos de una manera entretenida, mediante juegos y de manera interactiva. Con tareas de bajo nivel de dificultad y manteniendo al estudiante concentrado e interesado en las nuevas cosas que ira aprendiendo.
BA in Geography with a minor in Biology, Geology and Education. I have studied physics and chemistry. I can help you understand your homework and what your teacher is covering in class in a non rushed manner. I can help you learn better study habits and get better grades. I also had a second BA in Secondary Science Teacher.
I am not currently giving lessons to any students. My characteristics is always showing my pleasure while tutoring while always smiling. I am always kind to most people. If I get angry, I will never bring at any of my students.
I have a BS in Microbiology, a MAg in Horticulture and a DVM (veterinarian) so I have a broad knowledge about biological sciences. I have taught biology labs at the undergraduate level. How and what I teach depends on the needs of my students. I can help prepare students for academic tests or just learn how one's body works to impart knowledge about remaining healthy.
I have a degree in biology with a minors in chemistry and honors. I try to keep all of my lessons easy to understand by utilizing various organizing techniques that have proved very beneficial throughout my own education. These include specific structuring and plans of subject areas that tailor to each chapter and section.
Hello! My name is Isabel and I'm here to help middle and high school students understand the material they need to know in order to graduate. I grew up in Ft. Lauderdale and found my passion in science and biology. I now currently live in Gainesville where I am pursuing my associates degree in biology.
My teaching method involves targeting the individual’s needs and personal style of learning in order to help them best understand the material. I like to use a combination of visual tools, interactive activities, and verbal explanations, but can tailor the lesson to fit the student.
My name is Muna AlHumaire, I have master degree in Anatomy which include the micro anatomy (Histology) and embryology and Bachelor In Veterinary Medicine. I gave classes to Veterinary, Dental, and Medical students. I used to discus the classes indifferent ways using real samples, Gypsum models, microscopes, Projectors,and Photos.
I will receive my Associates in Biology in the Fall of 2017.
I studied at the University of Missouri. I teach high school biology. I love doing fun activities that help relate the material to students' interests. I have worked in a small school with experience of one on one lessons.
My teaching method varies depending on the learning style and class size of the students. I prefer to tutor one on one but can work with groups of student also if need be.
Individualized approach based on needs of the individual and specific course work. Aims include helping problem solving skills, test taking and firm understanding of subject material.
I have my Ph. D and Masters in Microbiology and my Bachelors in Veterinary Medicine. My objective as a teacher will be to create interest in the subject among students, help those struggling students in their academics and also to guide them in choosing right career paths.
I prefer to get an understanding of where my students are before constructing a lesson plan. I like to focus on areas that my students are weaker in, so that a strong foundation can be built. I can teach all levels of students, from grade school to college level.
B.S. Animal Science- Texas Tech University Minor- Chemistry Equine Science Certificate PhD- Animal Science, Reproductive Physiology, Texas Tech University I teach any age interested in learning more about science! I have many teaching styles I can apply to different students to make learning effective.
My teaching method is rather informal, as I feel that minimizes undue stress to student. I try to make my tutoring lessons as fun and informative as possible. I cater to middle school and high school students who have an interest in science and a future in the biology-medical fields. However, I am comfortable and available to work with all ages.
I have a bachelor's from Texas A&M University and my doctorate of veterinary medicine from Ohio State University. I did my internship at the Columbus Zoo in Columbus Ohio and have studied histology, pathology, reproductive medicine in 10 different species, orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries. I have extensive knowledge in radiology and ultrasonography.
I have a bachelors degree in biology health science and a minor in chemistry. I am currently in a master’s program for Infectious Disease. I like to use videos and break down each thing I am learning/teaching. Creating lists and steps along the way with flow charts are good study methods. Simple terms and relations are helpful in studying. I will try to make it as fun and the least painful.
Currently finishing up last 2 semesters of undergraduate studies in Houston and continuing research at the university in Downtown.
My philosophy for Biology is a bit of a shock to those students who think memorising is 90% of passing biology! Instead, I ensure students understand each concept using a first-principles approach, continuously asking students to explain reasoning and the concepts behind their explanations.
I'm a Second-Year Vet student at the University of Surrey. The level of biology I'm learning at the moment means that I'm more than equipped to help GCSE and A-level students pass their exams. Having done my GCSEs and A-levels, I feel like I am able to provide a students perspective to the curriculum in order to help current students understand tricky concepts.
If individual my classes will be focused on the learning style of each student. If in a group setting, I make sure to diversify the methods in which information is presented. There is a strong focus on metacognition and learning how to approach information in the best way for you.
The Teacher is the director for the student growth. I think i have that ability to make the student liable to achieve his/her goals in the life. Have understood the way of teaching and use of different techniques for same.
My classes follow a content program, starting with the acquisition of the basic concepts and terms, to then promote the relationships between them and the discrimination of useful information. The class contains an expository part, a part of discussion and analysis, and a part of exercise. I also send bilbiography and additional exercise material so that the students can exercise between classes.
Graduated in Veterinary Medicine-UFG, professor with emphasis in cytology, physiology, anatomy, pharmacology, genetics and medical clinic of wild animals. Classes with explanatory drawings and videos for a better understanding of the content. Sending extra material for reading, when the material is not made by me, goes through a rigorous selection. Tests always at the end of each module.
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Perfect! Daphne, was an excellent tutor . Every lesson was well put together. I learned a lot from her and I would absolutely use her again .I highly recommend her.
Perfect! Thank you Tara. She is more encouraged since spending time with you.
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