Albright College (Biology)
Temple University Medical School (PhD)
After completing my Ph.D. in Physiology from Temple Medical School, I enjoyed a career of teaching in a four year college, two different community colleges, and a private high school. During my 15 years teaching honors level science in a private school, I tutored many students outside of class and was able to minimize the number of student failures to only 2.
I love teaching and since retiring, I love doing individual tutoring. I have gained much satisfaction from helping students understand science when they thought it was beyond them. Parents, if your son or daughter needs private, concentrated, patient assistance in learning Chemistry, Biology, Zoology, or Anatomy and Physiology, I would like to assist you.
My experience is concentrated in tutoring high school students in Biology, Chemistry, and Human Anatomy and Physiology, however, I have also taught Anatomy, Physiology and Zoology at the college level. After completing my Ph.D. in Physiology from Temple Medical School, I enjoyed a career of teaching in a four year college, two different community colleges, and a private high school. During my 15 years teaching honors level science in a private school, I tutored many students outside of class and was able to minimize the number of student
Dr. C was fantastic. She is very knowledgeable, and super organized. She came prepared to the lesson, and my daughter said, "I feel enlighten and prepared now." We are so glad we found Dr. C. Thank you!!!
Dr. C is very patient, you can tell that she loves teaching. She takes the time to get to know the student and then teaches according to the student's learning style.
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I attained my Ph.D. in physiology at Temple Medical School in Philadelphia, PA. I was well trained in human anatomy not only by participating in a human cadaver dissection, but also by studying developmental as well as histological human anatomy in the classroom. After teaching human anatomy both at the college and high school level, I feel confident about tutoring in this subject.
I have a B.S. in Biology from Albright College in PA. I taught a course in Organism Biology at the college level for 3 years and taught high school Honors Biology for 15 years.
My favorite part of Biology is teaching the basics of plant and animal anatomy and physiology.
I have taught High School Honors and Basic Chemistry for the past 15 years and have thoroughly enjoyed doing so! Because my area of expertise lies in the biological sciences, I am able to understand and show my students how important an understanding of chemistry is even for a Bio major!
My Ph.D. came from Temple Medical School in Philadelphia, PA where I studied human physiology with a medical perspective for 4 years. Fascinating subject! First one must know one's anatomy (the structure), then one uses structure to learn function (physiology). I have taught anatomy and physiology at the college level for 6 years and at the high school level for 15 years. I have spent many hours tutoring students one on one in theses subjects.
I have a BS in Biology as well as a Ph.D. in physiology. I taught Organism Biology/Zoology at the college level for several years as well as comprehensive Honors level Biology, Chemistry, and Anatomy/Physiology courses in a private high school for 15 years. I am well versed in the classification system of the animal kingdom as well as many of the anatomical and physiological adaptations animals use to survive. I have taught an analysis of several evolutionist theories as well as the creationist theories. I have taught many organism dissections in my career. I feel confident that I could assist a student at the high school level but might be able to work with a college student as well and would love the opportunity to try. I have no problem being honest with a student and declining a job if they need help with information for which I lack understanding.