I am French and I have a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry and a Chemical Engineer diploma. The students’ understanding improvement is my satisfaction in teaching. My teaching philosophy is to help students understand chemistry through four modalities: reading, listening, seeing and hands-on learning. To explain ideas in chemistry I can use various teaching aids such as 3-D models, chemistry-writing software, and visual demonstrations. I am volunteering to teach French at Carnegie libraries of Pittsburgh (PA), twice a month for beginner and for conversations. Aside from teaching, I love cooking, traveling, taking photographs, listening live music and watching movies.
Subjects I tutor include: Chemistry (General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry), AP, GRE, SAT, ACT and MCAT in Chemistry, Honor Chemistry and French.
I have taught Chemistry at high school and college level for 8 years (6 years of teaching and 6 years of tutoring) in the classroom and in private both in-person and online. I am a part-time faculty member at Robert Morris University (PA). I have 10 years of experience in research in Organic Chemistry in France, Japan and Brazil.
2015-present Adjunct faculty, Chemical process principles, M. S. in Green Chemistry course,
Chatham University, Pittsburgh, PA
2014-present Adjunct faculty, General Chemistry, Undergraduate course,
Robert Morris University, Moon Township, PA
2014-present Tutor in Chemistry for Complete Learning Academy and Tutor Select, High-School and College level
Sustainable chemistry - Medicinal chemistry - Heterocyclic organic synthesis - Organometallic chemistry - Organocatalysis - Mechanistic and physical properties studies - Purification techniques such as crystallization, distillation, and chromatography - Design of experiments
2007 Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry, University of Rouen, France
2003 M. S. in Molecular Chemistry, University of Rennes, France
2003 Chemical Engineering, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Rennes (ENSCR), France
Undergraduate and graduate chemistry courses (eigth years, in French and in English)
- in classroom at the University
- in private one-on-one (in-person and online)
R&D experiences (last 11 years)
2011-2014 Researcher, Petrobras company funding, UFRGS, Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil
2010-2011 Kyoto University Researcher, Japan
2008-2010 Researcher, JSPS fellow, Kyoto University, Japan
2007-2008 Researcher-Teacher, University Paris Descartes, Paris V, France
2003-2007 Research Assistant, University of Rouen, IRCOF, Rouen, France
- 14 publications in international journals
- 13 communications in conferences/symposiums (6 nationals and 7 internationals)
French: mother tongue / English: fluent (IELTS: 7.0) / Portuguese: fluent / Japanese: basic
Anne-Lise was an excellent French tutor. Even for a native speaker, she obviously has a very strong grasp of the language and is able to clearly explain even the finest points of grammar and pronunciation.
She was always well prepared, on time, and fun and easy to work with. I would definitely recommend her as a French teacher/tutor
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