Kentucky State University (Chemistry)
University of Cincinnati (PhD)
My name is Natasha, and I have a Bachelors of science and a Doctorate degree in Chemistry. Teaching is something I do very naturally. While in graduate school, I completed a preparing future faculty certification, as I was considering to go into academia upon graduation. However, I decided that I did not want to teach full time while my children are so young and demanding. I received multiple teaching awards/recognition for excellence in teaching chemistry at University of Cincinnati. My students find me very easy to understand because I try to understand where my students are having problems grasping, or moving forward with a subject, and then working with the student from there. I know that not everyone learns the same way, and that it is important to respect a students' learning style, and to adapt to the students learning style in order to successfully convey the subject matter. I am efficient, easy going and relaxed.
A little more about myself; I am married with three young awesome kids. I have worked as a scientist for five years, and I recently resigned from this position for a more flexible schedule. I currently work from home for a non-profit organization that caters to communities dealing with water challenges (sanitation, accessibility & hygiene).
Math is essential to chemistry. And as a chemistry tutor, you find that you also tutor math along the way. I have tutored math to elementary school aged students to college students.
I have a Bachelors of Science degree and a Doctorate degree in Chemistry. I have been recognized and awarded for outstanding ideals in the teaching of chemistry. I am a natural born tutor. I have been told that I make the material easy to grasp.
I know science. I can explain it. I want you to be able to explain it. Learning needs to be fun and enjoyable. If it's painful, then something isn't right. I enjoy teaching. You will enjoy learning with me. To learn more, send me an e-mail. My name is Natasha, and I have a Bachelors of science and a Doctorate degree in Chemistry. Teaching is something I do very naturally. While in graduate school, I completed a preparing future faculty certification, as I was
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