...Calculus was the last course I've taken at VCU and retrieved an A. I actually got the highest test score on the first exam! I have been an SI leader (group tutor for up to 30 different students out of the 250 in the class!) at VCU.
Woodbridge, VAView Tutor
...My classroom was based on the modeling method which encourages independent student problem solving. 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.
Greenbelt, MDView Tutor
...I often consider myself a hobbyist programmer because most of my projects early on were personal and not professional. (I have written a few professional programs too, more recently.) This style had me jumping between many languages. (I have dabbled in over a dozen programming languages.) As such...
Washington, DCView Tutor
I grew up in a family with both my mom and stepfather being teachers. I love teaching and enjoy helping others to understand chemistry. I got my BS in biochemistry from Nankai University, one of the top ten universities in China and my PhD in chemistry from University of Florida.
Glenwood, MDView Tutor
...I also try to make learning fun and exciting whenever possible. In addition, it may direct them towards a career in science, filling the growing future need in the United States for scientists and engineers. My teaching philosophy focuses on a very hands on approach.
Burke, VAView Tutor