One of Top 100 Wyzant Tutors of 2015 As a former chemist for the Justice Department, the U.S. Air Force, Biospherics, and AT&T as well as a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Drew University, I would very much enjoy tutoring any student having difficulty with the concepts in their chemistry, including AP ...
Bowie, MDView Tutor
...Later on, I completed a PhD in Physics at Cornell and worked on experiments in high energy physics. In that work I was counting elementary particle scattering events whose occurrence could only be predicted as a probability. So I was doing work that required a good understanding of the laws of probability.
Washington Grove, MDView Tutor
...I stressed the scientific method in my classroom, usually presenting a demonstration to spark curiosity and questions in my students at the beginning of class. I would also provide materials so they could design their own experiments in order to reach a scientific conclusion. As a tutor, I encourage problem solving in my students.
Greenbelt, MDView Tutor
...I find that this approach enables students to retain the learned information long after they have left the classroom. I have experience in a multitude of settings, including academic teaching/research, industrial research and consulting. I believe my diverse background enables me to connect with students having various interests and experience levels.
Burke, VAView Tutor
...I think what makes me a fantastic teacher is what makes me a great tutor. I love every child. I like the quirky one, the shy one, the talker, the silly one, and every other one.
Rockville, MDView Tutor