Savannah State University (chemistry)
Clark Atlanta University (PhD)
As the top PhD graduate of my class, I intend to communicate to students and parents that chemistry and math are very significant to our everyday lives. Learning to decipher this science language can open many opportunities in any industry you see fit. Once understood, it can actually be tons of fun and full of juicy 'gossip'. Like me, mastering the sciences can afford you opportunities to receive several national honors and international travel awards to places like South Africa, China and Puerto Rico.
My personal approach to teaching includes a variety of methods, considering that individuals learn differently. The primary approach, however, is the use of problem-based learning (PBL); a non-traditional method of teaching which explicitly engages student-centered learning via instructor facilitation using real-world problems. Students are encouraged to develop life-long problem-solving strategies based on asking appropriate questions, uncovering answers through investigation, and sharing knowledge with peers. I do this by integrating active learning activities that engage 3-4 of the 5 senses during learning and assessment, in order to induce curiosity, investigation and recollection.
My teaching training and experience encompasses a variety of opportunities including working as a Substitute Teacher for DeKalb County schools, TA for undergraduate chemistry courses, teaching fellowships with Emory University (PRISM) and Duke University (TIP), as well as Research Mentor to undergraduates and K-12 instructors and students. I have taught upper and lower level chemistry courses as well as lower level biology, math and physics courses.
I try to be flexible with my time offering a 3-hour cancellation policy and often ask for feedback to ensure that I am meeting your needs. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you achieve success. As the top PhD graduate of my class, I intend to communicate to students and parents that chemistry and math are very significant to our everyday lives. Learning to decipher this science language can open many opportunities in any industry you see fit. Once understood, it can actually be tons of fun and full of juicy 'gossip'. Like me, mastering
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I earned a PhD in organic polymer synthesis. My undergraduate courses also included classes such as organic chemistry I and II. Currently, I am working as a Postdoc in an organic synthesis laboratory at Emory University. In addition, I am teaching organic chemistry as Adjunct/Visiting faculty at Clark Atlanta University and DeVry University Chamberlain College of Nursing.