A Few Science Tutor Qualifications
I am first author on a series of peer-reviewed papers in The Journal of Applied Physiology; these articles document the results of investigations into the microstructure and micromechanics of the mammalian lung conducted with my colleagues at Brown University School of Medicine and the Harvard School of Public Health. Thus, I am a physiologist by profession, I guess you could say, although my formal training was in microbiology and oceanography. (You never know what will come in handy in research!)
I have taken Genetics during college and I completed the course with an A. I know the techniques and general rules that one needs to followed in order to do well in this course. I have helped several students who were struggling with the subject to understand it and I helped them to pass the subject in College.
I declared anthropology as my major my first year of college (2010) and have spent the past four years learning methods and theories, as well as the history of anthropology. I have extensive knowledge of both past and current anthropological issues and studies circulating them. It is a great passion of mine.
I have a very thorough understanding of the Animal Kingdom and DKPCOFGS naming system. I took a year of Zoology at SDSU.
I hold a Bachelor of Science in Biology, magna cum laude. I have many years of laboratory skills and techniques.
Successfully completed medical sciences basic, including Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Pharmacology and Biochemistry.
During college I have taken college physics (Algebra based) and university physics (calculus based). This lets me view problems from different math perspectives. Over the last three years I have taught students in university level physics and high school level ranging from regular to honors to AP Physics. All of that experience working with different classes has shown me what are the most important concepts to understand for comprehension and testing purposes.
My background teaching different math courses also gives me the advantage. Because physics is so math heavy, I can help students that are not so confident in their math abilities.
Physics was always one of my favorite subjects. I enjoyed tutoring my children in physics when they were in high school.
I have a Master's in Educational Psychology from Georgia State University, and I am an Instructor of Psychology at Georgia Highlands College.
I have both taken courses in genetics and have used molecular biology in my research. I have a BS in neuroscience and have completed all required coursework towards a PhD in neuroscience. I have published articles in peer-reviewed journals using genetically modified model organisms which I helped generate.
My educational background in college included studies in archaeology and my own interests in the subject matter have included continuing education to learn all I can about the subject of archaeology. I have the key skills to tutor in archaeology from the teaching perspective and these include: meticulous attention to detail; written communication skills; accurate recording and reporting skills, including writing; ability to extract and analyze data; presentation skills and good time management. All of these are needed in the field of archaeology.
I have done a great deal of tutoring and training in the study of archaeology. The tutoring concepts include but are not limited to: geoarchaeology - geological methods to interpret archaeological sites, ancient landscape reconstruction and the study of environmental change and habitation. Also, basic methods of archaeological survey, excavation, artifact collection strategies and field interpretation. Historic materials analysis where we will cover the practice of the types of research that historical archaeologists perform on actual materials. How archaeologists recover and analyze their data. Another area in the subject matter includes the theoretical and methodological issues in the discipline and important case studies. Ways archaeologists have approached researching material items and texts are also important areas that can be covered in the tutoring which I have studied extensively. These are some of the more critical areas I have tutored in archaeology.
Other Science Requests From Students Like You
We need a tutor ASAP, today if possible! My son has finals this week and needs help in Physics.
I need a geometry and chemistry tutor for my daughter who is in 10th grade.
I am an international student, and I just started my Master's Program in Nutrition and Metabolism at Boston University. I graduated from Northeastern University with a Bachelor degree in Biology. I need help with a Molecular Nutrition course, which requires a lot of biochemistry.
I am looking for a physics tutor.
My 10th grader needs help with her 3 last chemistry classes.