...I would go through the material with you as simply as possible, minimize confusion, and help you to enjoy the process. My background is a Ph.D. in Chemistry and a B.A. from Princeton, with 20 years experience as an industrial scientist. I would be able to explain and work with students on chemistry concepts, equations ,and formulas. (read more)
I have Biology teaching experience at a Community College for almost 2 years and I have over 12 years of experience working in a Microbiology Pharmaceutical Laboratory. I have mentored students of all levels, participated as a judge at science fairs and I have attended career fairs. I enjoy working with students and have a natural drive to help students achieve success in academics. (read more)
...I have also tutored students in math, chemistry and English (my minor at U of D) at the junior high, senior high and college levels. I have done small group tutoring and also one-on-one tutoring, but mostly I enjoy tutoring one-on-one since it allows me to give individualized attention to each s... (read more)
...I believe that seeing the diversity of student's learning is a great benefit to my future as an educator.Middle School math education degree.
substitute teacher. I have a math bachelor's degree and am a math teacher. I was two years as a tutor at HACC, including Algebra 2. (read more)
...Using the Growth Mindset you are certainly allowed to make mistakes; that's how we learn. When I teach, I prefer to use the inquiry method along with "I do", "We do" and "You do". In this way, learners feel safe and also get to think critically and for themselves. (read more)