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George Mason University (Other)
I helped teach General Chemistry at George Mason University as a Learning Assistant for two semesters, working with all kinds of students including some ESL and developmentally disabled students. If I can impart even a fraction of my love for the subject, I'll consider it a job well done. An extensive independent art background means I can diagram and illustrate any concepts that may be difficult to describe, strengthening the lesson. I've had training in utilizing multiple approaches to education, ensuring that we can find a teaching method that suits the student best. I'm considered one of the most laid-back and easy-to-follow tutors in the department.
I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from George Mason University, graduating as part of the Honors College.
I have an awful tendency to make baked goods and give them to students, so if your household is gluten- or lactose-intolerant, you might need to let me know ahead of time. I helped teach General Chemistry at George Mason University as a Learning Assistant for two semesters, working with all kinds of students including some ESL and developmentally disabled students. If I can impart even a fraction of my
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I have a Bachelor's degree in Biochemistry from George Mason University. I earned high marks in every course required for my degree, and fair number more that weren't. I was hired by the university as a Learning Assistant (something of a cross between tutor and substitute teacher) for Chemistry 211 and worked with the professor, Dr. Paul Cooper, for two semesters.