Southwest Texas State University (Chemistry)
Kennesaw State University (Master's)
After 20 years as a research and industrial chemist, I changed career paths and became a high school chemistry teacher. I earned my Master's degree in teaching chemistry from Kennesaw State University in December 2010 and I hold a GA teaching certificate as well as a gifted certification. Every student learns differently and I try to find the best and easiest way for your student to understand the concepts. I believe any student can learn chemistry as long as they feel confident and empowered. I try to instill these feelings in your student as a positive attitude can make a huge difference. Learning how to approach test problems is also something I teach my students to try and relieve test anxiety which is often the cause of poor test results, which leads to poorer performance, and the downward spiral begins.
I have attended many workshops and classes for high school chemistry teachers. I currently teach at one of the top public high schools in Georgia. I look forward to helping your student be successful in chemistry. After 20 years as a research and industrial chemist, I changed career paths and became a high school chemistry teacher. I earned my Master's degree in teaching chemistry from Kennesaw State University in December 2010 and I hold a GA teaching certificate as well as a gifted certification. Every student learns differently and I try to find the best
As a non-traditional student I could not ask for a more knowledgeable, engaging, or astute teacher/tutor. Jennice rocks and so do my grades thanks to her!!
Taught AP Chemistry. Jennice is knowledgable, patient and has experience to teach High School students. Alan needed help on the word problems on the few topics.
He understands the topics now.
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I taught high school astronomy for 2 years. My husband is an amateur astronomer so I've been involved in astronomy for 33 years.
I have 20+ years experience as an industrial chemist including coordinating world wide research projects. In addition to having a BS in Chemistry from Texas State University, I have an MAT in Chemistry from Kennesaw State University. I am in my eighth year of teaching high school chemistry. Additionally, I have taken 3 months of workshops on teaching chemistry.