My teaching method is based on aspects of the (SI) format which focused on getting the students to work problems out with me on the spot and spend as little time as possible having to "lecture" you or just straight giving you the answer. This methodology comes from my focus of Organic Chemistry when I was working as an SI, for analytical and general chemistry the format will be a bit more reading and application through math, we will still focus on hands on problem solving but there is less variance for me to generate problems off the top of my head in those subjects due to the format, formulas, ect.
I am a Undergraduate Chemistry transfer Student at UCSD, in my final year at the school.
I worked as a Supplemental Instructor for 2 years for Organic and General Chemistry at my community college before transferring to UCSD. I have taught well over a hundred students, maybe closer to two-hundred. I SI'd two entire Ochem series with 30 students a class, and worked as a walk in tutor in between the SI session where I'd help maybe 5-15 students a day.
I have real world lab experience, both at the community college and at UCSD, which includes synthesis, spectroscopic data analysis and collection, chromatography, and safety.
I have earned A's in the entire ochem series and the upper division mechanism classes here at UCSD, as well as analytical chemistry. I earned B's in Genchem.
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