Typically my lessons are more casual in nature, as physics can be stressful to learn, especially for first time students. I try and teach at the student's pace, asking them what they need the most help with, as well as giving introductions to material that will come up later in the course. Lessons are generally composed of a small lesson, and working through examples.
I am a recent physics graduate from Boston University. I have two years experience teaching introductory physics both to friends in college and to AP high school students. In all cases the students I have taught have gone from failing to eventually reaching at least B's in their courses, and passing AP scores.
Bachelor of Arts in Physics from Boston University, Minor in Biology.
Courses studied include: Intro Physics 1 and 2, Modern Physics, Intermediate Mechanics, Electromagnetic Fields and Waves 1 and 2, Quantum Physics 1, Statistical Thermodynamics, Computational Physics, Calculus 1 and 2, Multivariate Calculus, Linear Algebra.
Beyond physics tutoring, I worked as a Build Team Leader for the BU Unmanned Aerial Vehicle team, where I got to apply working knowledge of physics concepts, as well as teach new members of the team how to build their own quadcopters.
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