Lynchburg College (Chemistry)
Hi everyone! My name is Brittany and I absolutely LOVE chemistry! I am in my third year teaching. I graduated from Lynchburg College in 2014 with a BA in chemistry and a minor in secondary education. I've taught at the same school in Campbell County for all three years, and I taught 7th grade physical science only my first year and teach both physical science and high school chemistry since then. I became a chemistry teacher because I love helping students realize that chemistry is not as intimidating as it sounds or as it is portrayed by many, and I also want students to see that chemistry is not only for boring old people, but also for young (somewhat) cool people too!
I began tutoring last year and had two students who both had dramatic improvements in their grades and who both passed their chemistry SOL at the end of the year. In my first year teaching chemistry, I achieved a 100% student pass rate on the SOL. I am a very positive, happy, and helpful person and I have interesting and memorable ways to help students learn material and remember it for a long time, not just for a test. Please give me a try...I will not let you down!
I have extensive knowledge of chemistry and physical science due to my major in chemistry in college. I am able to make difficult concepts more easy to understand by using words that students are more familiar with. I have short-cut ways of learning many concepts which allow students to learn processes rather than to memorize information.
Please contact me if you need help and if you want to experience a young, positive outlook on the subject that everyone hates! Chemistry is wonderful and interesting and relevant and I want everyone to see that! Hi everyone! My name is Brittany and I absolutely LOVE chemistry! I am in my third year teaching. I graduated from Lynchburg College in 2014 with a BA in chemistry and a minor in secondary education. I've taught at the same school in Campbell County for all three years, and I taught 7th grade physical science only my first year and teach both
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I have a bachelors degree in chemistry. I am in my second year of teaching high school chemistry. My first year I received a 100% student pass rate on the SOL test. I have experience tutoring 3 high school students and 2 college students.