...I've also helped write and edit chemistry workbooks, teacher editions, and solution manuals for high school chemistry textbooks. I'm licensed to teach high school chemistry in Massachusetts.
*College general chemistry, physical chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry.
*Post-baccalaureat... (read more)
...After graduating and a year as a research coordinator, I switched gears to become a teacher. Once I was hired at a school, I worked as an aide for 9 months. I then was offered a hybrid special education/math teacher position in which I worked with around 20 students on IEPs or 504s who needed extra support in their core classes. (read more)
...I hold an undergraduate degree in Physics. I have studied kinematics, classical mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, solid state mechanics, thermodynamics and optical theory. Many of these topics have been applied in research settings, under guidance of peers and professors. (read more)
...I have an M.A.T. from George Washington University's Museum Education Program, where I gained experience working with learners of all abilities. As an undergraduate at Columbia University I worked as a Writing Fellow, and tutored students in writing of all genres from across all disciplines. At the same time, I tutored reading and math at several elementary schools in Harlem. (read more)
...I have tutored multiple high school students with marked improvements on grades in physics and biology especially. I am currently instructing in biology at the community college that I work at and once the exercise science department grows will be expanding into that field as well. My background is in biology and kinesiology, but I also have a large involvement in medicine as a 911 EMT. (read more)