Award-Winning Organic Chemistry Tutors in West Lake Hills, TX
Vince ...school students for entry into the IB German SL course. I am currently tutoring a number of subjects, of which German, high school and college level Biology, Anatomy and Physiology are my most favorite. My style of tutoring consists of two major principles: that both tutor and student meet each other halfway in the process of learning and that using visual aids (charts, diagrams, drawings, etc) and encouraging students to make their own by hand...
Texas A & M University-College Station - BS, Biology
Daniel ...The goal that I work towards for my students is to bless them holistically, both through my academic skills and through any relationship that I am able to build with them. I believe in teaching my key patterns of thinking; teach them how to fish instead of giving them a fish, as it is said. I am best at Math and Science, and any of the high-school level subjects pertaining to those fields.
The University of Texas at Austin - BS, Mechanical Engineering
The University of Texas at Asutin - MS, Material Science
Jonathan When I tutor, I hope to impart more than knowledge. I strive to teach new and efficient ways of thinking, as time is an invaluable part of our lives, be it personal or work related. Over the course of over 9 years, I have tutored children and adults, learning how to adapt to each learning style. As long as the student who comes for help is dedicated, I believe I can transform dedication into success.
University of Florida - BS, Chemical Engineering
University of Texas at Austin - MS, Environmental and Water Resources Engineering
William ...up in the Dallas suburbs and then moved to Austin where I received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from UT. During my time in college, I tutored high school students as well as ran a STEM-based after-school program for elementary students. Every student learns in differently, and it's important to find out what combination of teaching styles is most effective for each student. I adjust my methods accordingly to reach each student on an individual...
University of Texas at Austin - Bachelors, Mechanical Engineering
Scot ...and this awareness builds cummulatively to the delight of every growing and successful student. As a graduate of the University of St. Thomas, Houston and then Ross University School of Medicine I employed these faculties of mind across many diverse planes of teaching and learning. I majored in Liberal Arts while concurrently completing my premedical courses prior to entering medical school and worked a couple years as Lab Technician for Cancer Research and Biomedical Sciences...
University of St. Thomas - Houston - BA, Liberal Arts - Biology, Chemistry
Ross University School of Medicine - M.D., Medicine
Samuel ...up in Austin, Texas. I eventually decided to go to the University of Texas at Austin . I graduated with a bachelors degree in Chemical Engineering . During my time at UT I spent 4 semesters working as a tutor for chemistry, calculus, and physics. I also tutored my friends in whatever subjects they needed help in. I find tutoring to be a very rewarding experience and one of the best feelings is helping someone...
The University of Texas - BS, Chemical Engineering
Ashlee ...and obtained a bachelor's degree in kinesiology with minors in biology and chemistry from the University of North Texas. While at UNT, I was hired through the university to tutor collegiate athletes in various kinesiology, biology and anatomy courses. I worked one-on-one as well as with groups of athletes. I moved to Austin in July of 2015 and am currently working on applications to obtain a Master's in public health, I hope to then continue...
University of North Texas - Bachelors, Kinesiology
Tony Hello, my name is Mark Martinez, but I go by Tony. I'm originally from San Antonio, Texas and I graduated from high school in 2014. I am currently a third year prospective chemical engineer studying at the University of Texas at Austin. I am a versatile and hard working person. In my free time, I love being outdoors, playing board games, and playing and watching sports, especially soccer. ... I want to help students understand subjects that don't come easy by engaging them in a positive manner and showing new ways to approach problems.
The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelors, Chemical Engineering
Catherine ...and to become a doctor but I first want to involve myself in many things and gain many experiences that will help me to become a better doctor. Before college, I took many standardized tests both AP and IB and received the IB diploma and the recognition from the college board as an AP Scholar with Distinction. If there is any subject within my experience that I can help others in, I would love to...
Emory University - Bachelors, Biology
Michael ...set an agenda for each student in our sessions in order to create a structure in which they could relax and organize their thoughts. I spent the first two to three minutes listening to them talk about their day and their interests and hobbies to connect with them as a person and find out what learning style might fit them best. For example, I notice that visual learners would pay attention to my hand movements...
The University of Texas at Austin - BS, Biochemistry