I recently finished my PhD in Kinesiology with a focus in physical activity and public health and have two Master's degrees, one in biostatistics and one in exercise physiology. I have experience teaching 400 level exercise physiology courses, experience teaching anatomy labs, and over 10 years of ... (read more)
...A teacher who uses fear to motivate students is generally ineffective.
4) I believe in fostering curiosity and a love of learning in all my students.
5) I believe it is impossible for a student to achieve certain goals without the necessary foundational skills for that task. For example, you can... (read more)
...I have tutored numerous students at high school, community college, and university level chemistry. Back in high school, I took AP Chemistry and scored a 5 on the AP exam. As part of my engineering education, I gained further mastery of this material and the mathematics behind it. (read more)
...My name is Chelsea, and I'm someone who has decided to pursue teaching as a career. I'm a graduate of Cornell University, where I studied Food Science (a blend of chemistry, engineering, and microbiology as it pertains to food safety, packaging, and the creation of new and healthier food product... (read more)
...In 2009, I graduated with a Master's degree in Linguistics with a specialty in teaching English as a second language. Since then, I have taught at universities in China, Japan, as well as our very own University of Oregon. Recently, I have returned to school myself to study engineering. (read more)