Many people seek a tutor for many different reasons-and each situation demands a unique approach, but the end result should always be the same-student success!
My approach is to effectively communicate and empower students to conceptualize the "big picture" for each discipline or subject. This teaching strategy is effective because it helps the brain to organize the major ideas and sub-themes. Once a deeper understanding of these themes is acquired this knowledge will be more efficiently recalled and applied - this is what I believe to be true learning!
Once I know what area(s) the student is in need of tuteledge I will prepare a custom-program to specifically address the unique expectations of the student and/or parent. In general, these expectations will be extensively addressed in one-on-one sessions aided by video/technical supplementation, hands-on learning and diverse homework activities.
Patient, Motivated, Experienced graduate research student with a positive attitude with aspirations to become a Research Professor after my Masters and Doctoral studies. I am currently a student of Pathology-Laboratory Medicine at Boston University with a 3.48 GPA. I have experience in cell culturing methods, immunofluorescence and immunohistochemical analysis of mice tissues related to Alzheimer's disease and the neurobiology of aging. I will begin PhD studies next Fall 2013 specializing in Pathology and Neuroscience. Tutoring for me is not a way to make money, it is a way for me to get valuable teaching experiences and help your child/student get a firm grasp on the sciences or math, so that we can both excel in the future. I look forward to working with you!
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