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Adams State University, Alamosa, Colorado (Chemistry and Biology)
Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (MD)
University of Colorado (Master's)
When a person seeks a tutor, many things are thought about. Can this teacher really help me? He's going to know my weaknesses, is he compassionate and reassuring? Will he instill confidence? Will he be easy to talk to? How much does it cost? Will he follow up with me to make sure I'm moving forward?
The first thing students notice about Professor, Physician, Artist, and Businessman, Dr. Charles C., is that all of these questions are laid to rest immediately, and the student is comfortable and already learning. With over thirty years of teaching experience, Dr. C. retired from traditional private medical practice in 2004. Upon arriving back home in Colorado, he re-opened The Searchlight Photography and Illustration Studios which first opened in 1978 but were closed when he entered medical residency and the full time practice of medicine. More importantly, however, when his physician friends in the military learned of his retirement and asked for his help, he responded immediately and joined the Civilian Medical Corps, practicing and teaching at the United States Air Force Academy with the Tenth Medical Group.
At The Academy, Dr. Charles C. took care of military personnel returning from Iraq and Afghanistan as well as teaching in The Academy's Department of Medicine.
The Air Force found The Doctor's work to be exceptional, and as a result, he was asked to help with the U.S. Space Command and the NASA Astronaut Corps stationed at Schriever Air Force Base in addition to his duties at The Academy. For his contribution, he was nominated by Congress to the rank of Colonel.
After completing his work at The Academy, Dr. Charles C. spent two years in Montana with his Native American friends, the Chippewa Cree, helping in their hospitals and clinics at the foot of the Bear Paw Mountains on the Canadian border. Two years later he was appointed as a consultant college professor and began teaching the Medical Sciences, American History, and applied Scientific and Medical Illustration.
The Doctor continues to practice internal medicine as a privately retained internist, as well as patient advocacy and medical law consultant for the Colorado States Attorney Generals Office. The Doctor, however, dedicates most of his time to teaching college, tutoring, and managing The Searchlight Six team at The Searchlight Studios.
Dr. Charles C., a professional illustrator and photographer, draws while he teaches. Students say that the ability to draw while lecturing has made the the doctor quite the reputation in Colorado. This, in addition to his knowledge of history and art, as well as his engaging classroom presence, make for a very interesting and dynamic classroom lecture experience. Many will take photographs of his work after he lectures. Some renderings will remain on the boards for weeks at the insistence of other instructors. Students of his tutorship can't express enough how excellent the doctor is as a one on one teacher. In addition, his ability to bring things to the table visually, as well as his clear diction during discussions is invaluable.
The Doctor considers himself a connoisseur of still photography and photo-realism illustration. He also insists on chalk board illustration usage in the classroom, as he states, "video and power point are vastly over utilized as presentation media, and have become cheap and boring replacements to good teaching". He is well known for perspective angles and unusual lighting techniques in his photography. His studios are also very adamant about the art of still photography, the use of creative lighting techniques, and the computer darkroom. His hand rendered art speaks for itself. Having won his first school-wide art contest at the age of five, and trained as a commercial artist earning an associates degree while still in high school, The Doctor can render professionally, utilizing any technique, and in any medium.
As an educator, The Doctor provides a well rounded, leadership level educational experience to any teaching environment. He pursues an attitude of "make everyone glad they meet with you today". He commands authority of knowledge, is an eloquent speaker, pursues the student mentor relationship, and cultivates introspection. When a person seeks a tutor, many things are thought about. Can this teacher really help me? He's going to know my weaknesses, is he compassionate and reassuring? Will he instill confidence? Will he be easy to talk to? How much does it cost? Will he follow up with me to make sure I'm moving forward?
The first thing students notice
Dr. C. is a physician and clinical sciences educator. Special fee arrangements can be made for sessions of 3 hours or longer, in addition to ongoing continuous sessions or groups.
Dr. C was respectful of my time and patient with my questions. He helped find what I didn't understand and then worked to fill in the blanks. He has a great review for how to take tests that works when you seem to forget everything on test day. I highly recommend him to any student bound for medical field. Draws pictures that really simplify and explain complex processes.
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I teach American History at 2 different colleges in Colorado Springs as adjunct faculty. I minored in history with concentrations in American History, and The History of Art. I teach the full scope of American History. My major papers concentrated on the American involvement in World War I; The 1918 Spanish Influenza Pandemic; and the American involvement in World War II.
I hold a Medical Doctorate Degree and teach the full scope of human vivisectional gross anatomy and micro-anatomy/histology. I teach undergraduate medical assistant students; nursing students; other paramedical disciplines; medical students in training for their M.D. and D.O. degrees; as well as other graduate candidates in the medical sciences.
I hold a Medical Doctorate, as well as a Baccalaureate Degree in the biological sciences. I teach the full scope of general and cellular biology with emphasis in molecular biological processes. I am generally engaged at the collegiate undergraduate and graduate levels, but also tutor high school biology.
As a professor of medical sciences, one of my major duties at 2 local colleges is to advise students in career development. I am engaged as faculty adviser in the healing arts, including pre-med, nursing, medical assisting, and medical laboratory technology. In addition, students in the hard sciences, including biochemistry, and biology, seek my services in regard to careers in the life sciences.
Having won my first art competition at the age of five, I was trained as a commercial artist while still in high school. While in college, I illustrated textbooks, graduate theses, and journals. I am a physician also trained in medical illustration. I teach pencil, colored pencil, eraser, and chalk techniques; lighting and shading; perspective and proportion techniques, as well as drafting skills. In addition, I help in choosing the right type of paper and other media for sketching versus serious work. I am a professional scientific and medical illustrator. My galleries are viewable online upon request.
I am an experienced educator, having taught for over 30 years. I am certified in many subjects through WyZant Tutoring. In addition, I am experienced in teaching special needs students. I am also a physician. In this regard, not only do I teach students with Dyslexia, but have treated hundreds with the conditition, whether mild, severe, or variant. My teaching style utilizes visual hands-on and other non-verbal techniques as well as a patient, tactful, and caring approach with my dyslexic learners.
I can help you with biology and physiology preparation. In addition, I can help with test anxiety treatment and prevention as well as give you multiple choice test taking strategies. I have taken the MCAT. I had outstanding MCAT scores. I hold a Doctorate in Medicine with 30 years of experience. As a board certified physician, I am a professional test taker, writer, and editor.
I hold a Doctorate Medical Degree. As a physician, I am fully trained in microbiology and infectious diseases. I am skilled in diagnosis; clinical presentation; laboratory detection; and all other ancillary studies. In addition, I am trained to treat these diseases and accompanying complications; recognize epidemiology; and install reporting and prevention. I teach advanced microbiology at three different colleges in Colorado Springs.
I am a physician. I have been teaching nurses and nursing students in the classroom, hospital wards, intensive care units, and emergency departments, as well as in the office, for thirty years. I teach RN and LPN candidates, as well as CNA and Medical Assisting candidates.
I hold a Doctorate Medical Degree. As a physician I am fully trained in pharmacology, including drug mechanism of action; physiology and receptor binding; pharmacodynamics; bioavailability, and elimination; dosing in apothecary and metric systems; routes of administration; controlled substance scheduling; and documentation. As a doctor, I am trained in recognition of clinical presentation and diagnosis and the use of pharmacology in the management of patients. I teach pharmacology at three different colleges in Colorado Springs.
I hold a Medical Doctorate Degree and teach the full scope of human vivisectional gross anatomy, micro-anatomy/histology, and physiology. My concentrations are in neurophysiology, hematology, endocrinology, and the cardiovascular system. I am regularly engaged to teach all of these subjects at different local colleges. I teach undergraduate medical assistant students; nursing students; other paramedical disciplines; medical students in training for their M.D. and D.O. degrees; as well as other graduate candidates in the medical sciences.
As a physician and professor, I teach at the college level full time. Audiences I engage are anywhere from 20 students to 600 students. I have been invited regularly as guest speaker at colleges for over 25 years; moreover, in the last 3 years I have been invited to local college graduations as Keynote Speaker on 3 different occasions. I have given the graduate Benediction at different local colleges twice, as well as the graduate Invocation at a local college on 2 occasions.
I teach public speaking at one local college. As a physician, I have successfully treated individuals with stage fright, with and without medication, for over 30 years.