Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Today, we covered the various topics on the anatomy and physiology of the digestive system. Specifically, I talked about the basic structure and functions of the components and accessory organs of the digestive system as well as the different enzymes and hormones involved in the process of digestion. We also covered the phases of digestion and its neural regulation. We used PowerPoints and a study guide to go over the material. The student is doing very well. She is always engaged during sessions and asks great questions. We will be meeting again tomorrow."
"Tonight, the student and I finished preparing for his cumulative final anatomy exam. Not only has his hard work paid off with him achieving phenomenal grades on his head & neck lecture and practical anatomy exams, I also believe that he is more than prepared for his final exam on Wednesday. It was a pleasure working with him over the course of the last two weeks, and I look forward to the opportunity to work with him again if he found my teaching methods useful."
"We reviewed for the student's final. She seemed nervous but has a good plan of how to review. We discussed looking at big picture concepts, drawing things she had trouble visualizing, and repetition of things she has to memorize. She should do well on her final due to her improved study skills and ability to connect new material to the stuff we had reviewed in prior weeks."
"We reviewed muscular anatomy of the head, neck, thorax, pelvis, arms, and legs today. The review was very detailed, and we reinforced the material learned with online quizzes at the end covering the face, arm, and neck."
"We reviewed the heart and the circulation of the heart. He is making great improvement. I sent him videos for a more thorough explanation of the circulation of the heart, including the origin of the coronary arteries."
"We went over anatomy of the arm, forearm, and hand. This included the bones, ligaments, joints, muscles (including origin, insertion, action, innervation, and blood supply). We also talked about the clinical significance of this anatomy and what would happen if there was damage to any bone, nerve, or artery."