University of Central Arkansas (Chemistry)
I am a graduate of University of Central Arkansas where I majored in chemistry and minored in math. During my time there I was a TEaching Assistant for organic chemistry and tutored many students. Before UCA I was a supplemental instructor at Pulaski Tech. Here I worked with pre-nursing students in physiological chemistry; and with students taking college chemistry 1. Many of these students saw their grades go from C's and D's to A's and B's.
I love chemistry and enjoy helping others find the joy of it. (Or at least make it less confusing.)
My experience as a teaching assistant allowed me to learn how to teach this material. I believe that to often in the classroom the big picture is taught and the students are left to work out the small details. I hope to explain the small details to the students. I know not all students learn the same way. I am a graduate of University of Central Arkansas where I majored in chemistry and minored in math. During my time there I was a TEaching Assistant for organic
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I have tutored most levels of chemistry from high school to organic chemistry 2. I currently have a BS in Chemistry from UCA. While at UCA I worked in the Organic Chemistry lab as a teaching assistant.
As a student at UCA I was the teaching assistant for Organic chemistry 1 and 2. This involved helping the students understand the concepts that were being applied in the lab. I have also done private tutoring in both Organic 1 and 2.