University of Texas, Arlington
The University of Texas at Arlington (Master's)
Hi! Let me tell you a bit about myself. I currently work as a part-time science instructor at a community college and have taught there since 2014. I obtained my Master's degree in Microbiology at the University of Texas at Arlington, where I also attended as an undergraduate and received my Bachelor's degree in Biology. When I was not researching in my lab, I worked as a part-time elementary school substitute teacher for several months. I took these classes in high school and university and have spent many hours independently studying these subjects as well as going back and re-reviewing them for other classes and subjects that build upon prior knowledge. I made A's in the subjects and really enjoyed tutoring fellow classmates. I scored exceptionally well on the SAT and my exam results were good enough for acceptance into the Honors College at my University. I am familiar with the honors and Advanced Placement (AP) program taught in high schools and what it takes to excel in the classes and national AP exams, being a former honors and AP student myself.
I possess a friendly and caring personality, good listening and communication skills, a ton of patience, and I gladly welcome questions. I constantly look for ways to expand my horizons with courses, workshops, seminars, and scientific literature. I know the subject well enough to teach it in a way that the student can understand and apply. I will try to figure out why the student is having trouble with a subject and address that issue. I aim to be the best mentor and guide. After learning from me, the student will be able to work the problems on his or her own and ace that upcoming test! Hi! Let me tell you a bit about myself. I currently work as a part-time science instructor at a community college and have taught there since 2014. I obtained my Master's degree in Microbiology at the University of Texas at Arlington, where I also attended as an undergraduate and received my Bachelor's degree in Biology. When I was not researching
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I have worked as a substitute teacher at various elementary schools. I have also assisted YMCA counselors in after school programs for K-6th graders for several months. As a substitute/assistant teacher, I helped elementary school students with their homework assignments and tutored them in math, science, and english.