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We often think of science in what the medieval philosophers termed in actu exercito - in exercised act. That is, we think of science as something that we learn in order to do or at least to know the current state of the art. Rarely do we think of the long history of science as a discipline of much interest. Every new accomplishment seems to be the most important aspect of science, so what use can there be to study the history of science? It turns out, there is a lot of use to it, but the barrier to entry is often very steep and difficult to climb. If you are taking a course in the history of science or the philosophy of science, Varsity Tutors can help you connect with the perfect tutor to aid you in this complex field of studies through one-on-one history of science tutoring.

Studying the history of science requires a two-fold set of skills. On the one hand, you must be able to digest the many forms of information and sources that are presented for a history course. Indeed, if your course really covers the whole of scientific history, you will need to learn about even the early mathematical accomplishments of the Egyptians and Greeks, along with the modern themes of quantum mechanics and non-Euclidean geometry. From the detailed works of Aristotle to the Arab astronomers to Dietrich of Fribourg's explanation of the rainbow in the fourteenth century, many of your courses will discuss scientific discoveries that predate the main concepts of science that are such an integral part of the popular historical imagination. Add to that the history of classical mechanics, the great climax and seismic shifts of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in physics, and contemporary topics, and you have quite a difficult set of historical facts and figures with which to become acquainted. Furthermore, the subtleties of the philosophy of science, both ancient and modern, and the extra-scientific skills that you need are quite formidable. On the other hand, the history of science also requires comprehension of technological accomplishment; therefore, you will need apt skills in the basic outlines of scientific knowledge across various disciplines in order to master this course. In order to find success in this difficult field, consider requesting the help of a tutor. History of science tutoring can be quite helpful in dissecting the dual nature of historical and scientific mastery.

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Recent History of Science Tutoring Session Notes

Online History of Science Tutoring review by Whitney
Today, the student and I began our session with a review of chapters twelve and thirteen of "To Kill a Mockingbird". We worked on her study guide and discussed some of the major plot points. We also discussed some of the minor characters and how they fit into the story. The student and I spent most of our time working on the next chapter of her history text (the growth of western democracies). We talked about Queen Victoria and Benjamin Disraeli and how the British government changed at this time, specifically the suffrage movement. She is planning to make notecards for all of her key people, terms, and ideas for review. We discussed the idea of still color-coding the Info on the cards, especially because she felt that had helped before. She thought that was a good idea and plans to incorporate it. Good session!
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Online History of Science Tutoring review by Alexandra
The student and I reviewed for her test this Friday. We began by putting her social studies journal together with all the necessary articles that would also be covered in her exam. I quizzed her orally from Thomas Jefferson to Andrew Jackson (including War of 1812, LA Purchase, and Lewis and Clarke) in addition to going over the answers to the last test, in which she under-performed. I encouraged her to go over the new material (post-1812) as she missed classes regarding the respective topics and review her old test.
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Online History of Science Tutoring review by Mario
Consisted of completing the student's Science worksheet which focused on the periodic table, minerals, Moh's table, and other geological aspects, in addition to the Social Studies packet which focused on reading comprehension.
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Online History of Science Tutoring review by Laura
The student had to watch a video and write a movie review about the Gold Rush. We talked about the kind of things that need to go into a movie review, such as cast, plot, and whether she liked the movie or not. After reviewing the film, we typed up the review. She is looking forward to next year, when she's taking advanced math for the first time.
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Online History of Science Tutoring review by Meredith
The student hasn't had math since our last session, so today we worked on vocabulary and her Denmark project. She struggled a little with the vocabulary exercises. She was very enthusiastic about her Denmark project and showed me her completed display board. We completed her research together and she came up with topic sentences and conclusions for each of her research areas in preparation for writing up her report. She also decided how to organize the topics within her report.
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Online History of Science Tutoring review by Alex
We studied for her upcoming test on "Reconstruction & the Civil Rights Movement". She has indicated she needed help remembering all of the organizations in the Civil Rights Movement, so we worked on that, and she did very well after reviewing flash cards. No extra practice, except to continue to study for her test.
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