...I often would...
• Signal the start of a lesson with an aural cue, such as an egg timer, a cowbell or a horn.
(You can use subsequent cues to show much time remains in a lesson.)
• List the activities of the lesson on the board.
• In opening the lesson, I would tell the students what they’re goi... (read more)
...I currently ('99 to present) work in the pharmaceutical industry and throughout my career I have been informally teaching chemistry/medicinal chemistry to the bachelor's level employees. However, for a period of almost two years ('09 - '10) I hosted a formal chemistry class at my job with 6 empl... (read more)
...When you have the knowledge, certainty and willingness to accept challenging students and get results 100% of the time, hope is no longer just a byword. It's reality. I taught SAT Math at multiple private companies in PA and NY. (read more)
...For graduate school, I scored a 800/800 on the GRE Math. I have been studying chemistry for over a decade and took several classes including general chemistry, organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry and inorganic chemistry. Part of my teaching assistant work involved having... (read more)