“I absolutely love my profession! The very definition of what it means to be a literate person in our society is rapidly changing because of technology. I enjoy working to support students’ communication skills in the classroom, on paper, and online. I want to make reading and writing relevant to my students’ lives; this requires that I think bigger than simple pen and paper assignments.
The joy of knowledge is being able to share it with others. I have had the opertunity to recieve and Bachelor's of science with a major in a zoology and would love to give back by sharing what I have learned. The most rewarding part of teaching a subject is when you see the concepts click with a student and they really understand a subject and enjoy what they are learning. Through out my time in college I participated in weekly student led, tutoring sessions. I was not only tutored by others by I also tutored other students. And in that time I got to experience a wild variety of teaching styles. I also learned how to apply several. Often stud ... View Profile
I mainly reviewed important general chem topics that pertain to organic chemistry that I will have to take in sophomore year of college and Dr.H has done a nice job teaching and relating critical general chem topics to organic chemistry. He gave a lot of organic chemistry examples as it relate to general chem topics being covered as well as providing practical applications of some of the topics. Dr.H was always punctual and has been a reliable teacher.
For a compilation of some of the best online universities to check regularly for online teaching jobs, check out About’s WorkAtHomeMoms website on telecommuting jobs. There you'll find a solid list of schools to troll for online teaching and tutoring gigs that allow working moms – and working dads! – to land that work-at-home gig. Since the work-at-home sector is chock full of scams, we found it helpful to have an About guide narrow our search for us.
Robin Higgins was born and raised in Oakland, California and has been tutoring and teaching chemistry for over ten years. She received a full ride to Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, interned in the synthetic organic chemistry department of Gilead Sciences, then went to UCLA as a PhD candidate for organic chemistry. While in grad school, she realized she wanted to teach, so she left with her masters degree. Now she tutors online, and teaches gen chem lecture at Mt. St. Mary’s University in Los Angeles.
Teaching is not for the money, it’s not for the vacations; it’s for the students. We are preparing the new generation to go out in the world and be well-rounded citizens. It is rewarding in a way that is not always recognized. You see the reward in your students, while you go unnoticed and that is okay because it’s not about you, it’s about the students. Yeats says it best: "Education is Not the Filling of a Pail, but the Lighting of a Fire.” We need to light the fires in our students, because without that what do they have?
If you are having issues with your exams then you need a test preparation tutor. They will be able to give you tools that you can use now and in your other classes. For the remainder of your time in college, you are going to have to take exams so it behooves you to come up with a plan. Your tutor will help you organize all of your notes and better understand anything that is going over your head. While doing they will also make sure that the lessons are amusing to you so that the information sticks with you. The better time you are having while studying the higher your chances are of remembering the information for the exam and later on down the road. A solid understanding of chemistry can go a really long way, so you do not want to miss out on anything. You are already enrolled in the class, you might as well take full advantage. One of our tutors will help you get the most out of chemistry so that you can get your grade. They do not want you to become reliant on them, but to develop skills that make you a stronger and more independent student.
Anyone who completes their formative education in the U.S. is required to study English (also referred to as Literature, Language Arts, or ELA – English Language Arts). With a few exceptions, students are required to take one or more English courses per year from first grade through their first year of college. For this reason, most Americans have come in contact with a multitude of English teachers by the time they graduate, as it is one of the primary core subjects taught at every grade level. Because of this, job prospects are steady for English teachers.
To narrow the results by subject area, look under the Navigation box in the right-hand column. Scroll down to find the appropriate subject category under Latest Adjunct Job Postings. Also in the right-hand column is a link to the searchable version of the job board. This is particularly useful because not all of the jobs posted on this site are online positions, so you can use "online teaching" and related keywords to narrow down your results.
How many students can benefit from this service? How many grade levels does it cover? How many individual subjects? Services that catered to the most grade levels and offered help in the most subjects scored highest. We also gave special consideration to companies that include test prep options and special instruction to students with learning disabilities.