Carefully selected, highly-credentialed Microbiology tutors in Irving, TX
"As my tutored subjects suggests, I have a wide range of interests and I love to work with students to help them succeed. Over the past 5 years I've worked with numerous students ages 5 – 50+ on a regular basis, so I am certain that I can reach each age level with appropriate insights and techniques. I am passionate about education, and want to help each student gain confidence in the subject we are reviewing, as well as in every aspect of their education. Above all I am very easy to work with and I love making learning fun! ."
- University of Texas at Arlington - BS, Microbiology and Biology, Chemistry Minor
Tutoring Subjects:Writing, SAT Verbal, Biology, Microbiology, Chemistry
" I feel comfortable tutoring Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Math below calculus and Anatomy. I was published twice in the Journal of Chemical Education and won the 2009 Chemistry Faculty award. While in undergraduate school I played baseball on scholarship becoming 5th in school history in strikeouts. I am currently a baseball coach for ages 6 to 22 as well as a substitute teacher."
- Armstrong Atlantic State University - BS, Chemistry
- Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine - None, Doctor of Osteopathy
Tutoring Subjects:Organic Chemistry, Microbiology, Chemistry, Biology, Trigonometry, Anatomy, Geometry, Physiology, Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Middle School Math, Elementary Math
" Therefore, I see opportunities to answer those age old questions: "Why am I studying this?", and "Where will this take me?". I have two children with special needs and have come to understand that academic learning is a process, similar to learning to dance. The goals and process are the same, regardless of the student. The difference lies in technique, timing and motivation. Success builds upon success until, before you know it, you are performing beyond your originally percieved personal limits. Let's talk a little about interanlizing knowlege...being able to recall and reuse what you've studied." ...
- New Mexico Highlands University - BS, Biology
Tutoring Subjects:Biology, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology
"I think it's very important to understanding the key concepts of any particular topic in science. Once a basic understanding is established, the application of the concept is what makes science interesting. During my junior year in college, some of my friends and I in the chemistry department organized an impromptu tutoring session with a few freshman students. They really appreciated the extra help and within a matter of weeks we had unofficial tutoring programs through the Chemistry Club."
- University of Illinois - BS, Chemistry
Tutoring Subjects:Calculus, Pre-Calculus, College Essays, HSPT Prep, ISEE, Physics, SSAT, Elementary Math, Reading, Geometry, Algebra, Physiology, History, Chemistry, Trigonometry, Grammar and Mechanics, Biology, Essay Editing, Physical Chemistry, Writing, Anatomy, Middle School Math, Organic Chemistry, Microbiology
"I use everyday examples that are around us to explain difficult concepts. Even though I don't speak greek or latin, I teach my students basic terminologies that goes a long way in understanding the science. I have two Master's degrees in Public Health and biotechnology, and had perfect GPA, I can give pointers on getting excellent grades while understanding the subject.."
- BS - BS, Agriculture
- MS - MS, biotechnology
- UT Health science center - MPH, Public Health
Tutoring Subjects:Biology, ISEE, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology
"My theory is that everyone can understand the "problem"; it's just a matter of visualizing the solution. I enjoy working with learning disorders and challenges. Look forward to meeting you and your student."
- Seattle Pacific University - BS, Biochemistry
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, Physics, Trigonometry, Microbiology, Biology, Pre-Calculus, Organic Chemistry, Calculus, Anatomy, Physical Chemistry, Geometry, Algebra, Chemistry, History, Middle School Math
"I love teaching, and I love seeing people that I teach be successful. My favorite subjects to teach are biology and psychology, but I'm able to help with just about anything. I'm very good at teaching math, and am very good at breaking down problems to make them easy. I am infinitely patient; whether you need me to explain something one time, or one hundred times, we'll keep working on it until you understand it."
- University of Texas at Arlington - BS, Interdisciplinary Studies (psychology, biology, general science)
Tutoring Subjects:Middle School Math, Algebra, Biology, Chemistry, Elementary Math, Physics, Microbiology
"For the past two years I have been taking the core science classes required for medical school and have really enjoyed my time back in the classroom. Having been a civil engineer, it should be no surprise that I have a strong math and science background. I compare math with cooking in the sense that I think many more people can be successful with math, it's just that it can be intimidating at first. I was asked to be a tutor for microbiology after taking the class at the school I am attending."
- Texas Tech University - BS, Civil Engineering
Tutoring Subjects:Biology, Geometry, Physics, Algebra, Trigonometry, ISEE, Microbiology
"I am mainly interested in science, biology, microbiology, anatomy, and physiology. When I am tutoring I first like to listen to the student so I can understand what the student already knows and what concepts the student is struggling with. In addition to teaching classroom material I also like to teach the student test taking skills so he or she can feel confident on exam day. In my spare time I enjoy the outdoors, especially hiking, biking, and running."
- University of Colorado at Boulder - BA, Integrative Physiology
Tutoring Subjects:Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Biology
"Since then I completed my masters in Developmental Neurobiology before moving to Dallas, where I continue with my knowledge of teaching to tutor in Math, Biology, and Chemistry from junior high to college level students. I have an interest in helping others reach their full potential. I often find that students can relate to the way I teach because I use methods that I used in my understanding of concepts. I break down problems and make sure the student follows each step and check that they understand by spot testing them. Each student is unique so I constantly find ways to adapt to communicate best with that student." ...
- Kings College - BS, Neuroscience
- Kings College - MS, Developmental neurobiology
Tutoring Subjects:Algebra, Anatomy, Biostatistics, Biology, Trigonometry, Organic Chemistry, Calculus, Microbiology, Geometry, Physiology, Pre-Calculus, Physical Chemistry, Chemistry
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