My teaching method involves giving students a short set of exercises in a topic to see how well they can approach an unknown problem, and based on their success explaining the solutions, working through some more practice problems, moving on to another topic, or somewhere on that spectrum. As far as lectures, assuming I know what I'll be talking about ahead of time, I prepare a short PowerPoint. During the lesson I'll have the PowerPoint on the screen, and discuss the lesson, asking questions along the way to assess understanding.
I am an undergraduate studying chemistry at Penn State university, aiming for medical school. Working with Dr. Agnes Kim at Penn State Scranton to model the mass-radius relationship in white dwarves, particularly of DA and DB types. I tutored science and math for my high school and taught computer science and programming as part of a 4H program.
His understanding is extremely solid and he knows how to translate his understanding for any skill level. Sups cool guy
he is friendly and always on time. we play in an IM sports team together. he replies quickly when scheduling something, and works harder than anyone on the team at improving.
He's very knowledgeable in Chemistry. He takes his time in explaining the concepts. Even if he forgets something, it'll take him 1-2 min. to reread the problem of textbook, and he'll immediately remember everything.
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