I have been a teaching assistant for college level chemistry and physics classes for 14 years. I mostly taught introductory chemistry and physics sessions including recitations, workshops and labs. I have experience in teaching a class of 10-40 students as well as individual tutoring. I believe that teaching is also learning and by sharing my knowledge I will be able to refresh and deepen my understandings. I hope not only to be able to bring knowledge, open minds to younger generation but also to cultivate them to make positive contributions to society.
My method of teaching is " ask to learn".
I am a Ph.D. graduate with focus on materials science and condensed matter physics as well as a master degree holder in chemistry. I also have a minor in Math and took graduate level math courses including linear algebra, differential equations and mathematical methods for physics and engineering
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A recent Ph.D. graduate in Materials Science, seeking part time science tutoring position either in high school or college level.
• Doctor of Philosophy (Materials Science) 2020
University of Vermont GPA: 3.8
• Master of Science (Chemistry) 2013
University of Massachusetts, Amherst GPA: 3.2
• Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) 2010
San Jose State University GPA: 3.7
• Adept at creating study materials in variety of academic subjects (Chemistry, Physics) to help students improve their GPAs, knowledge in materials and test scores.
• Strong interpersonal skills in working with students to help them achieve and succeed.
• Chemistry Workshop Facilitator/Recitation instructor 2006 -2010
San Jose State University, San Jose, CA
In charge of teaching first and second year chemistry recitations/workshop sessions (30-40 students each session)
Review lectures concepts and help students with homework in general chemistry and organic chemistry
Create practice problems and quizzes for students on chemistry concepts for each week
• Graduating Teaching assistant (Chemistry) 2010-2013
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
In charge of teaching general chemistry laboratory, 2 sessions a week
Preparing and setting up the lab to be ready for the sessions as well as explain concepts of the experiments prior to let students start their hands-on experiments
Monitoring students during labs and answering questions
Holding office hours to help students with homework and lab reports
• Graduating Teaching Assistant (Physics) 2013-2020
University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
In charge of teaching introductory physics laboratory sessions and recitation sessions (mechanics, electricity and magnetism, and modern physics)
Setting up various introductory physics laboratory
Helping students with their experiments and data analyses during labs and answer questions if needed
Holding office hours and help sessions twice a week to further assist students with their homework and reports outside of classes
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