My basic philosophy in teaching is that we're all born scientists--that is, we're all naturally curious. That's what it's all about. Sometimes though, science classes can make you feel like it's just too complicated... or too boring.
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.
I'm a recent Biology graduate looking to give lessons in all of the middle and high school sciences and undergraduate collegiate biology coursework. My methods mainly consist of guiding the thought train through relevant material and solidifying concepts to help students reach their capstone potential.
I am a biological scientist who give lessons to high schools and lab technicians. My teaching methodology is lecture based as well as tutorial instruction (Personalized tutorial), whereby an individual student is helped to strengthen what he/she doesn't understand. I also include study assignment method, which I believe help a student to keep studying for more understanding.
I have two different aspects in my teaching. First of all, I like to see your method of learning. After the trial class, I try to design classes and/or tutoring tailored to your method. Secondly, as mentioned in my profile, I want to know why you want to study biology.
I am interested in applying for this position to tutor kids . I am currently teaching Science in North Middle school , Aurora. I have student teaching experience on the third- fourth-, and sixth-grade level, in both suburban and urban school districts. I have extensive tutoring experience in a variety of fields. I have tutored in subjects like science for children of all ages .
Me as a teacher: I like to get to know students to maximize our time and efficiency in learning the material. I help students stay focused and determine what learning methods work for them. Experience is the best teacher, so I try to incorporate experiences like observations, experiments, or real-life problems.
Received a Undergrad in Biology at University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Then received a Masters degree in Entomology at Louisiana State University. I have experiences in teaching every level of education and pride myself in being able to relate to the students and convey the information whatever way that optimizes there learning.
I have a Bachelors of Science in Biology from Penn State Behrend and a Masters of Education from Western Governors University. I additionally have 97 credits towards a Geology Degree at Mercyhurst University. I teach with enthusiasm and hands on learning to create interest on the student end.
Hello! I am a recent graduate from Massachusetts who has relocated to Colorado. I have extensive knowledge of both general biological science as well as more specific subjects like zoology and psychology as well. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Marine Animal Behavior. I am based out of Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
I have a Bachelor of Science in Biology (cum laude) and worked as a teacher for 5 years. I can give instruction to 6th through 12th-grade level students. My methods include but are not limited to Power points, videos, labs, activities, and prefer to find ways to engage students with the content they are learning.
I have a BS in Biology from the University of Richmond and earned my teaching license after graduating. I enjoy using technology in my lessons and have used iPads and even students' personal devices as tool to bring science material to life. I believe in making personal connections to students and the material they learn to make the learning process as laid back and fun as possible.
I have a passion for biology and want to pass that along to as many individuals as I can. I employ mnemonic devices and analogies when presenting material, as it aids in comprehension and can be a lot of fun. I think enjoying the subject is key to being successful in it, and I do everything I can to make that happen.
- I base my classes on a structured learning approach with my students by starting with basics and then deep-diving into each topic of Biology/Microbiology - I like to take practical examples and experiences to concretely explain the theoretical concepts and to deal with core fundamentals of my subjects - I also believe in evaluating learning with the help of assessment techniques that include...
I teach via the Socratic method. When a student approaches me with a question, I take the time to ask questions to direct them towards the answer on their own, so that they can learn the process to find the answers and not just "know" the answers.
Hello! My name is Rebecca Phillips. I'm a junior biology major at OSU. I believe effective teaching requires a combination of tactile, auditory, and visual methods.
I am a recent B.S. graduate from the University of CA, Davis in Wildlife Biology with a minor in Neuroscience. I have taken multiple college-level courses related to wildlife biology and conservation, including evolution, genetics, and biology. When teaching I generally seek to find my students weaknesses in a subject and focus on those.
Recent Graduate with Bachelor of Science in Biology Upbeat, positive and always looking for new ways to help teach. I've always found the more hands on and memorable the teaching experience the more likely information is to stay with you. Will help with whatever biology subject you need help with.
I have a Bachelor's of Science in Biology from Millersville University with two concentrations: Molecular Biology and Animal Behavior. I also have a minor in Biochemistry. I will tutor anyone from elementary school to the undergraduate level in many biology fields. I will tutor those living in or near Lancaster, PA in person, and the rest via Skype.
I am a graduate student in biology and I have mostly tutored other college students. I understand that everyone learns differently and I make sure to ask the student how they think they learn during our first lesson. I do not do the work for the student, therefore I expect the student to have questions ready for our tutoring session.
I graduated from McGill University in 2009 with a BSc in Applied Zoology and in 2012 with a MSc in Entomology. I am currently an environmental science educator and consistently receive feedback stating I build rapport quickly, am extremely patient and knowledgeable, and have a friendly, relaxed style of teaching. I modify how I deliver lessons to best match my students.
Connections to Background Knowledge Connections to Language and terminology awareness Build on knowledge progressively through introductory levels of learning to higher order thinking and critical thinking Evaluate through demonstration of knowledge at each level from: basic, to intermediate to higher order thinking and synthesis.
My lesson plans are flexible depending on what the student is interested in learning. Once I know the student’s needs, I will prepare specific lesson plans with a title, expected time for completion, objectives, methodology, content, review, and assessment.
I teach topic wise and making sure that information is delivered exactly the way it was meant to be, with great retention for a long time. I try to quote simple examples to explain in better way with the diagrams.
As a college senior I would be able to give lessons in K-12 biology classes as well as 100 level or non-major biology college courses. I understand that not everyone learns or thinks the same way so finding different ways of explaining material that works for the individual is very important to me.
I've taught high school and undergraduate students (in both introductory and advanced biology classes) for the last six years. Since I somewhat recently graduate, I understand the stress of dealing with absent or poor college teachers and professors. My teaching style is based largely on a piece by piece build-up to complex topics.
I teach starting with the basic and then gradually build the class environment to evolve making sure no one is left behind. I also believe in actual learning the subject so once learned it can be used to apply in broad scenarios.
My teaching method is based on the student method of learning. While teaching a students, I give them examples from daily life which makes their understanding level of the topic much better. I teach students with their capacity of understanding not with my capacity of knowledge.
I have taught in a physical classroom, a museum, an outdoor environmental school, and GED classes. My preference is to teach using brain-based learning strategies, debate and critical thinking. I specialize in using learning strategies based on research for the whole learner.
I typically concentrate on using the gradual release model when learning tough material - I do, we do, you do. I try to incorporate different learning mediums into my classroom - traditional lecture and labs, virtual lectures and labs, and as many active forms of learning as possible.
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