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Welcome to my tutor page. I'm a graduate student in Marine Biology at Texas A&M University: Corpus Christi. At TAMUCC I'm working as a teaching assistant and doing my own research at the university looking at fish in the Caribbean. In the past I worked at The Island School as a research teacher. The Island School is a boarding high school where students from around the world come to The Bahamas and learn through place-based education and the process of asking question and using the scientific method to find answers. The class I taught was centered on performing ecological research on lionfish, an invasive predatory fish in the Caribbean. While performing the experiment the students also read many scientific papers and had in-depth discussions about the marine ecosystems where their experiments were set.
I studied Biology at Northeastern giving me a great skill set for instruction in math and sciences. With these skills and the belief that in order to truly learn something the student must be both challenged and also interested, I will try to bring a fun atmosphere to my tutoring. Throughout college I always helped to tutor my peers and always tried to explain topics in different ways in order to make sure they learned and understood what I was trying to teach them.
I am an avid traveler and have been to places all around the world: Tahiti, Indonesia, England and New Zealand to name just a few. With this wide range of experience and study that is different than your average Biology tutor, I hope to engage students and make them want to learn about the fascinating world around them. Welcome to my tutor page. I'm a graduate student in Marine Biology at Texas A&M University: Corpus Christi. At TAMUCC I'm working as a teaching assistant and doing my own research at the university looking at fish in the Caribbean. In the past I worked at The Island School as a research
Jason has been available within 24 hours notice to help with tough home works and tests scheduled. He explains the concepts so that my daughter can understand. She is passing tests that otherwise she would not be able to understand and would have done very poorly. It is great for her confidence to be able to understand and not be frustrated.
We have a great tutor. Jason has great communication, responds quickly, and is very flexible with our schedule. I am very pleased with the whole experience. The payment process is great too. My daughter is learning, and I feel it's money and time well spent.
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As a scientist I use algebra nearly everyday in my work. I've also been a teacher to both high school and college students and believe that everyone can do algebra its just about presenting the subject in an interesting and understandable way.
As a graduate student in Marine Biology I use algebra and other math tools everyday. Throughout my undergraduate and graduate careers I have been formally and informally tutoring and teaching algebra, statistics and other fields of math.
I took a genetics course as part of my Biology degree at Northeastern University. My master's research focuses on studying the population genetics of marine fish so I apply what I have learned about genetics every day to help further understand the natural world. I also teach a university level genetics recitation.
I studied Microbiology in University and have since moved on to use some of the theory and techniques in my own research as well as having taught a college level Microbiology lab section.
I took both Organic Chemistry 1 and 2 during college and achieved A's in both classes.