...year of high school, finding that I had an aptitude for analogies that helped students learn the material. I tutor a large variety of subjects, including LSAT, SAT, and ACT. I also tutor various academic subjects, primarily in the fields of math and science. My favorite subject to tutor is Chemistry, followed closely by Physics. I feel that anyone can learn anything as long as it is explained in a way that is conducive to...
...problems in and outside of the laboratory. The key is to build off of what you know and work in steps to understand each problem and how to solve it. I think being able to relate a problem back to what you already know is the best way to understand difficult concepts or problems, and I will use that along with the knowledge and skills I've gained over the ten plus years I have been...
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...from Milford Pennsylvania, but currently resided in the research triangle of North Carolina. I attended Boston College for my undergraduate education, majoring in Biochemistry and minoring in Medical Humanities. I attend Tufts University School of Medicine for my M.S. in Biomedical Sciences. Next year I will pursue my PhD at Duke University. I love helping tutor and work with students of all ages, helping them to improve their understanding of material and their grades/scores. I...
...M.S. from Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). During my degrees I acquired over four years of organic synthetic research. While pursuing my M.S. I was awarded a Teaching Assistantship. This involved instructing two laboratory classes each semester as well as providing tutoring services for students. The first year I was an instructor and tutor for General Chemistry and Organic Chemistry for the second year. During this time I discovered my desire to educate. I am...
...chemistry was my first love and it remains my favorite subject to teach. I have always loved science. But what I enjoy most is helping young people learn. I believe what I do best is to help students understand the physical world that surrounds them. When I teach I focus on short lessons followed by "hands-on" student activities to reinforce the lesson. When I'm not teaching I enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, biking, golf and...
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...summer camp in Turkey where I help teenagers and kids with their everyday life and activities in English. While I love Physics and Math, I am tutoring several Math topics, such as, Algebra, Calculus, Pre-Algebra, Pre-Calculus and also Spanish and English. I must say my favorite topic to tutor is Calculus because it helps you understand and analyze different problems in a very different way. I like helping students because I don't think they should...
I am a graduate student doing inorganic chemistry / materials science research with an interest in photocatalysis and solar cell technology. I have a great deal of general scientific / STEM knowledge and found that I enjoyed teaching people one-on-one during my time as a TA for college Organic II / Biochemistry labs.
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...University, Brooklyn. During my Masters in Biology, I used to teach Biology labs for Undergrad students. Apart from Biology, I am very good in teaching math. I am good at solving them and helping others to solve them in the simplest ways possible. I always feel teaching is sharing knowledge. If I know something, the people who I teach should know all the things I know. If I can do it, my students can too....
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My name is Kasey Hilton. I am a senior at Purdue University studying chemistry and conducting research in the department of chemical engineering. I am also on Purdue's rowing team. My passion is for chemistry but I also enjoy reading and painting.
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Today we reviewed much of what we did yesterday. Today I utilized more videos and animations to better explain genetic cloning techniques and gel electrophoresis. I utilized a practice examination to better prepare him for his test tomorrow. Today we primarily focused on sex linked crosses and different terms like 'genetic engineering' 'genetic transformation' and 'recombinant DNA.'
We reviewed concepts in photosynthesis and cellular respiration. We focused on the details behind photosystems 1 and 2 and the Calvin cycle, and applied these ideas to completed questions in the back of the chapter of the textbook.
Today we worked though an entire lab report on genetic transformation. We began by addressing some of the conceptual topics that the lab covered then I pushed the student to remember what he did through the course of the lab and how his biology knowledge would help him understand the actions he performed in the lab.
We covered evidence for evolution and natural selection including biogeography, anatomical, and embryological evidences. The student's marking period grade improved by 7 points from last marking period.
We covered bacterial evolution in the context of the use of antibiotics. We reviewed two worksheets that the student previously completed. We also reviewed the structure/functions of the organelles found in Eukaryotic cells. We also discussed the process of central dogma. He asked a lot of good questions!
The student and I discussed genetics and bridged the gap from our earlier DNA chapter. We worked on Punnett squares, Mendel's laws, pedigrees, and how inheritance works in general. We also introduced evolution, but we will delve more in-depth next time.