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Beth B.

Biology/Science for Everyone!

Biology/Science for Everyone!

$65/hour

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My first Biology class, in 6th grade, sealed the deal - this was definitely what I wanted to study. I wasn't naturally good in math and chemistry, so I took extra courses in those subjects in college. I've been teaching since my senior year in college, starting with a course in Human Biology for non-science majors at Brown University.

Working on my PhD, I taught General Biology, Human Anatomy (with cadavers), and Vertebrate Anatomy; and also assisted on a 3-week ecology field trip in...

My first Biology class, in 6th grade, sealed the deal - this was definitely what I wanted to study. I wasn't naturally good in math and chemistry, so I took extra courses in those subjects in college. I've been teaching since my senior year in college, starting with a course in Human Biology for non-science majors at Brown University.

Working on my PhD, I taught General Biology, Human Anatomy (with cadavers), and Vertebrate Anatomy; and also assisted on a 3-week ecology field trip in Mexico. At the college level I teach Physiology, Nutrition, Environmental Science, Evolution,
Medical Terminology; my students are non-science majors and students studying for careers in health care.

I have over 20 years of teaching experience at the college level. I teach at the City Colleges of Chicago and tutor Biology and Chemistry in the Academic Success Center at Wright College; I've also taught at Devry, Roosevelt and Northeastern Universities in the Chicago area.

I love science, especially biology; my many students continue to help me understand how to describe and explain various subjects, especially when they may seem complicated and confusing.

We can work together one-on-one, or in small groups. I'm happy to meet parents or anyone else invested in your education, and answer any questions you have.

Beth B., M.A., Ph.D.


Education

Brown University Providence, RI
Biology and Philosophy
University of Oklahoma- Norman
PhD
Brown University Providence, RI
Masters

Policies

  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person
  • Hourly Rate: $65
  • Rate details: Group rates are available. They vary according to the number of students in the group and the distance the tutor has to travel.
  • Travel policy: Within 10 miles of Chicago, IL 60640
  • Lesson cancellation: 24 hours notice required
  • No background check

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

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Biology

Biology

Sc.B. in Biology Ph.D. in Comparative Anatomy & Physiology 20 years teaching college Biology - many subjects, esp. A &P for nursing students. 7 years tutoring all topics in Biology, incl. Microbiology; and intro Chemistry

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Biology

Biology

Sc.B. in Biology Ph.D. in Comparative Anatomy & Physiology 20 years teaching college Biology - many subjects, esp. A &P for nursing students. 7 years tutoring all topics in Biology, incl. Microbiology; and intro Chemistry

Science

Anatomy,

Anatomy

Sc.B. in Biology - Brown University Ph.D. in Comparative Physiology - University of Oklahoma I've taught Introductory Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, Human Biology, Kinesiology, Microbiology, Environmental Biology, Nutrition and Medical Terminology at the City Colleges of Chicago, Roosevelt University, Loyola University and several other colleges in the Chicago area for 18 years.
Biology,

Biology

Sc.B. in Biology Ph.D. in Comparative Anatomy & Physiology 20 years teaching college Biology - many subjects, esp. A &P for nursing students. 7 years tutoring all topics in Biology, incl. Microbiology; and intro Chemistry
Genetics,

Genetics

I have taught the basics of Genetics dozens of times in introductory biology courses for majors and non-majors. I also include sections on Biotechnology, esp. in regard to genetically modified foods, Epigenetics and Genomic Medicine in most of my classes - General Biology and Human Physiology. Topics I have taught many times: Genetics - basics of the cell cycle, mitosis, meiosis; chromosome structure, replication, transcription, translation; gene regulation; Mendelian inheritance; epigenetics
Nutrition,

Nutrition

I have a Ph.D. in Physiology, covering all subjects in Human Physiology including Digestion and Metabolism. I have taught Nutrition at the college level dozens of times, in physiology courses and as a full semester course. Nutrition is my special interest in physiology, because nutrition affects personal health more than any other choice we make on a daily basis. So I have taken nutrition courses since my degree, and include nutrition, food and agriculture in most of my courses. The nutrition topics I've taught many times include: Nutrition - What is nutrition? Macronutrients & micronutrients. The importance of water in the human body. Energy - calories & metabolism. Reading a nutrition label. The digestive system - organs & basic processes. The role of bacteria in nutrition -in food, in the digestive system. Nutrition in the life cycle; requirements at various stages. Nutrition for skeletal health. Nutrition for athletes. Body weight and health; BMI and other indices. Metabolic syndrome - diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity and related conditions. Food, health, agriculture & the environment. Food preservatives & processing. Digestive & metabolic diseases.
Physiology,

Physiology

I have a Ph.D. in Comparative Anatomy & Physiology.
Zoology,

Zoology

My Ph.D. is in Comparative Physiology, which I earned in the Zoology Department at the University of Oklahoma. My undergraduate science degree also included courses in the biology of diverse groups of organisms besides human beings: Invertebrate Biology, Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy, Primatology and Evolutionary Biology. Key topics in these courses included: Classification of animals. How different groups of animals adapt to their environment(s). Key physiological issues for all animals- temperature regulation, hydration, electrolyte balance, locomotion, habitat selection, predator defense, mate selection.
Ecology, Microbiology

Sports/Recreation

Nutrition

Nutrition

I have a Ph.D. in Physiology, covering all subjects in Human Physiology including Digestion and Metabolism. I have taught Nutrition at the college level dozens of times, in physiology courses and as a full semester course. Nutrition is my special interest in physiology, because nutrition affects personal health more than any other choice we make on a daily basis. So I have taken nutrition courses since my degree, and include nutrition, food and agriculture in most of my courses. The nutrition topics I've taught many times include: Nutrition - What is nutrition? Macronutrients & micronutrients. The importance of water in the human body. Energy - calories & metabolism. Reading a nutrition label. The digestive system - organs & basic processes. The role of bacteria in nutrition -in food, in the digestive system. Nutrition in the life cycle; requirements at various stages. Nutrition for skeletal health. Nutrition for athletes. Body weight and health; BMI and other indices. Metabolic syndrome - diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity and related conditions. Food, health, agriculture & the environment. Food preservatives & processing. Digestive & metabolic diseases.

Summer

Biology

Biology

Sc.B. in Biology Ph.D. in Comparative Anatomy & Physiology 20 years teaching college Biology - many subjects, esp. A &P for nursing students. 7 years tutoring all topics in Biology, incl. Microbiology; and intro Chemistry

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AP Bio tutoring

My daughter was very content with Beth’s style and her teaching methods. They covered AP bio subjects. I am sure my daughter will want to get tutored from her again if she needs a tutor in the future.

Chelsi, 1 lesson with Beth

Knowledgeable and Patient Tutor

Beth has been terrific in working with our daughter at Loyola Univ (Biology). Beth does a great job developing a work plan, explaining concepts, and assessing progress.

Edward, 12 lessons with Beth

Wonderful Tutor

Beth is a great Biology tutor. She has been working with my son and she has been so helpful. His grade has gone up and his confidence has as well. She is very knowledgeable, has a warm personality and very patient. We are so glad we found her!

Nancy, 15 lessons with Beth

Knowledgeable and patient

Beth has done a great job working with my son on his writing skills. She is very patient and knowledgeable on many different areas ....I look forward to a long working relationship

Mary, 31 lessons with Beth

10/10 Incredible Tutor

I highly recommend Beth. I worked with Beth for over three months on my Biology 220 Genetics Course. It was a very difficult genetics course, and Beth helped me understand important concepts, problem sets and exam questions. We spent time going over very difficult material and Beth was able to explain it in a way that made sense. She was very accommodating and did her best to help me understand everything and answer all of my questions! She's an overall amazing tutor and person. Thank you, Beth!

Anna, 15 lessons with Beth

Knowledgeable and friendly tutor

Very helpful and very knowledgeable regarding Biology. Also she is also more than happy to answer questions and texts after the session if needed. Would highly recommend Beth as a Biology tutor.

Ben, 11 lessons with Beth

Highly knowledgeable, talented and clear instructor

Beth was a godsend in helping our high school junior understand some honors bio genetics. We are so glad to have found her. She is a gifted teacher. Our student is going to bed much less stressed tonight.

Lisa, 3 lessons with Beth

Beth was knowledgeable and very helpful

Beth helped me review for my microbiology test. She was very thorough and patient with my questions. She helped me understand concepts and offered new insight.

Suzanne, 3 lessons with Beth
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$65/hour

Beth B.

$65/hour

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