Point Park University (Health Sciences)
Slippery Rock University (MEd)
Palmer College of Chiropractic (Other)
Hello, my name is Dr. Ron. I am presently an adjunct professor at Community College of Allegheny County South Campus. I have been there for about five years, and spend most of my time in the Biology department teaching Anatomy and Physiology. I have also taught a number of courses including Intro to Biology, General Biology One and Two, and Nutrition. I have also worked in the for-profit schools were I conducted a variety of small group and one to one science and math classes. I am a retired chiropractor and during my practice my business was based on one to one relationships with my patients and developing strategies to improve their health. This background has carried over quite well since I had developed an interest in education and pursued a Master's degree in Secondary Education where I became a Certified Teacher in Biology and General Sciences. I like tutoring because you can customize the needs of the student and target specific strategies the student can use to improve his or her academic performance in regards to the course material.
If you need support with your courses please contact me and let's see what we can do. My goal is to not only get you through the course, but to get you to master the information. Hello, my name is Dr. Ron. I am presently an adjunct professor at Community College of Allegheny County South Campus. I have been there for about five years, and spend most of my time in the Biology department teaching Anatomy and Physiology. I have also taught a number of courses including Intro to Biology, General Biology One and Two, and
Ron worked with our daughter in 11th grade to help her catch up with some work in Honors Anatomy. He is very passionate about what he doing. He connects well with people. He interest in seeing the student learn is genuine. He is doing this because he likes it. That always makes for an enthusiastic teacher, which kids enjoy being around and working with. I highly recommend Ron!
I have taken a number of courses in order to complete my MEd in Biology and General Science from Slippery Rock University. It has given me a very broad background of knowledge in the general sciences and earth sciences.
I am a chiropractor by profession so I spent about four years studying the human body, plus a have a MEd in Biology and General Science, and have been teaching Anatomy and Physiology 1 and 2 at Community College of Allegheny County for five years.
I am a chiropractor by profession, along with a Master's degree in Secondary Education from Slippery Rock University in Biology and General Science and a Certified Teacher in the State of Pennsylvania expired at this time.
It has been covered in my Biology courses that I have taken in ordered to receive my MEd
I have my MEd from Slippery Rock University and my Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College. I studied and took nutrition courses at both universities. I also teach nutrition courses at Community College of Allegheny County. In fact, it is one of my favorite courses to teach in that it pulls a number of disciplines into it's content and gives you a very broad science perspective in regards to nutrition and food intake. It is a fun course.
I had taken Zoology at Community College of Allegheny County in order to fulfill my requirements for my MEd at Slippery Rock University. I received an A for the course. The course material covers different animal species but it is essential anatomy and physiology of different phylums. It is a fun course to study and teach. Also having taught Bio 151 and Bio 152 which covers different animal systems, there are very few differences between the content of the courses.
Thank you for your time.
Ron DC MEd