Award-Winning Science Tutors in Anaheim, CA
Danielle "...I seek to find the type of learner the client may be and will guide the student/adult to achieve success with the most optimal qualities to adapt. I am a fish out of water, as I LOVE to swim. I have taught swimming lessons and lifeguarded in Daytona Beach, FL for about 3 years where I saved several people. During High School I was a soccer player, dancer, swimmer and runner..."
Garrett "...I worked as a researcher at my university and have an excellent understanding of biological and chemical sciences. I often tutored in undergrad and have a passion for helping others understand complex biological systems. In the fall of 2015 I will start a graduate program in Biotechnology in the Bay Area. Hobbies: Biking, All wilderness backpacking, international travel and exchange hosting programs, snowboarding, and going to the beach. Interests: Biotechnology, genetics, biofuels research, HIV research, protein production systems, international politics, international agriculture, and gardening..."
Katherine "...I received my Bachelor of Arts in International Studies with an emphasis of Cross-Cultural Communication. Since graduation, I have traveled extensively (I am a citizen of three countries) and have worked with children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about helping my students with their Study Skills and Organization. I believe education and love of learning is the best way to set a child up for success in their adult life..."
Arveen "I am a recent graduate from UCR and received my bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences. As a biological sciences major, I am very familiar with all branches of sciences especially biology. However, I would say my forte or the subject that I'm most familiar with is Physics and General Chemistry. The main reason for this is my love and knack for mathematics and logic but of course there are other factors such as my work and hobby. While a student at UCR, I worked as a Supplemental Instructor on the UCR campus..."
University of California Riverside - BS, Biological Sciences
Esther "... I have also recently applied to medical school. I would describe my teaching style as “adaptive” as I have grown to understand the differences in learning styles in my students. I strive to convey the material in a way that is consistent to my students’ learning preferences whether it be verbally through summaries, visually through diagrams, or textually through worksheets/outlines. My goal as a tutor is to not only cover the material but also to help develop mechanisms of studying that will maximize the ability of my students to succeed on their own..."
University of California, Irvine - BS, Biological Sciences
Justin "...mastery and dexterity Perhaps the most important skill any tutor and cultivate in a student is critical thinking. When a student finally comes to understand material, it is important that he or she is able to execute those concepts in different contexts and in different scenarios. When a student asks questions, I often times like to respond with questions myself that help them guide them to the correct deductions and conclusions themselves. This will also help ensure their ability to do well on their tests when they don’t have a tutor around. 3..."
David "...I am confident in my ability to teach both Chemistry and Biology for all grade levels, including college level courses. I also have an extensive background with Physics, Biochemistry, and Algebra as well. While I was a student at UCSD, I worked as an undergraduate Teaching Assistant for several distinguished biology professors. I have taught more than 150 different students, each with their own personal skill levels..."
Denise "...I have also been a classroom teacher, teaching French, ESL, and AP English. I love to travel and have frequently integrated that into my career as an educator: I worked as an ESL teacher at a language magnet school in China, tutored English while spending the first year of my MA studying in France, and developed French curriculum materials as part of a Fulbright visit to Cameroon. I have always been an enthusiastic learner, and my work with students has demonstrated the life-changing power of education. I try to share my excitement for learning and the value of education with all of my students..."
Nick "... I have experience in tutoring math, physics, acting, and creative writing. I love to teach each of theses subjects. Each of these subjects, in my opinion, really add to the enrichment of the wold as we know it. Aside from the world of academia, I love to be active. My most recent obsession is rock climbing..."
Brent "If you're like me, you're the kind of student who needs a topic to make SENSE at a fundamental level to really understand it. This is what my tutoring style targets. I spent the past 4 years teaching Math and Physics professionally. Before teaching, I spent 3 years tutoring at a university where I earned my BS in Biomedical Engineering..."