Award-Winning Physical Chemistry Tutors in Florence, OH
Chad ...on campus and my classes would always be among the first to fill up. In my classroom, my colleagues would describe me as being the goofiest person in the room but it was something that I found necessary to connect with my students. Being a younger professor I remember what it was like to be a student and I remember the things that truly got my attention. I would teach my classes using superheroes, football...
University of Kentucky - BS, Chemistry
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - MS, Chemistry
Devamita I am a retired engineer with a doctorate degree in Chemical Engineering. I love teaching. My specialty is math, physics, and chemistry.
Jadavpur University - BS, Chemical Engineering
Ohio State University-Main Campus - PhD, Chemical Engineering
Nigel Since my introduction to the subject, chemistry has intrigued me. I believe the subject can be fun, easy, and useful. In tutoring, I hope to help others see chemistry this way. I have experience tutoring and seem to get students to understand concepts. My belief is that most students can consistently get the right solutions with a little practice and sometimes help thinking in the right direction.
Earlham College - Bachelors, Biochemistry
Daniel ...in a way the fits for that student. I like to draw upon what a student already feels confident in and expand from there. I help students find the connections between subjects and then give them the tools necessary to find their own answers. I know I've done my job right when a student has the confidence to defend their answers and don't just look them up in the back of the book. In the...
The Evergreen State College - BAS, Science and Humanities
University of Arizona - MA, Chemistry
Matthew ...Americorps, in which I provided 300 hours of tutoring to the schools in my community, I found that many difficulties students have in math and science subjects stem from a misunderstanding of basic mathematics. I also found this to be true while I was employed as a tutor for Ball State University's Learning Center, especially with more advanced classes. I believe that the best tutoring sessions are those with great client-tutor communication. I always welcome...
Ball State University - BA, Chemistry/Pre-Medical Studies
Ryan ...on successful tutoring experiences. I think one of the biggest barriers to learning is having enthusiasm for a subject, and more generally, being open to being enthusiastic about learning. Thus, my tutoring strategies are first and foremost about helping a student expand their capacity for growth. The best way for a specific student to learn to study, to enjoy studying, to study efficiently, and to learn material quickly and accurately requires a targeted, individualized, empathetic...
Harvard College - AB, Chemistry and Physics; secondary concentration in Music
New England Conservatory - MM, Violin Performance
Jennifer ...students with the resources and the understanding necessary for them to reach their full potentials. I love getting to know each individual student so I can help in a way that will best fit their learning needs and to make each tutoring session fun. My background is in Biochemistry, Chemistry and Molecular Biology. I graduated from University of Pennsylvania in 2012 in an accelerated BA/MS program, and currently work at Harvard University as a research...
University of Pennsylvania - Bachelor of Arts, Biochemistry
University of Pennsylvania - Master of Science, Chemistry
Swati ...reinforcement techniques such as repetition, writing, and regular revision/quizzing of the subject matter so that the information not only stays fresh, but is also easier to build on that information further. As I graduated with an honors bachelor’s degree in Biology, I started working at my university as an academic tutor. Based on the performance of my students, I was further promoted to the “Lead Science Tutor” position where I could share teaching techniques and...
Arkansas State University - BS Honors, Biology/Chemistry
Raj ...I have taught high school, undergraduate and graduate students in the laboratory, classroom and tutorial settings. I believe learning should be fun and that everyone can learn, we just need to work together to find out what works for you. Learning is not just observation, it is also participation. By engaging students in interactive discussions, I encourage curiosity and intellectual exploration. I help students learn how to think not what to think. By learning to...
The University of Delhi - BS, Chemistry (Honors)
The University of Texas at Dallas - PhD, Chemistry
Joshua ...who has moved back to his hometown in Houston while I prepare to attend medical school in 2013. I had much experience tutoring at UT, as I was hired by the University from 2010 to 2012 to tutor undergraduates in Math, Chemistry, and Physics. Aside from that, I have worked part time tutoring middle school students in geography and English and have volunteered to tutor elementary school kids as well. In my free time I...
The University of Texas at Austin - B.S. (Chem); B.A. (Hist), Chemistry; History