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I've been working at Zane State College as the Private Tutor for the past year working with students one on one and in groups.
Subject Age/level and price

Biology lessons

Elementary School - $15 - 60min
Middle School - $15 - 60min
High School - $15 - 60min
College - $15 - 60min
Ages 13 - 16 - $15 - 60min
Ages 17 - 20 - $15 - 60min
Ages 20+ - $15 - 60min
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Institution City Specialty Degree Class
Zane State College Zanesville Biology -
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

When I'm working with new students who are in High School or below. I like to usually set down with both the parents and the student to talk about what might be some major concerns that they might have. And try to start off by reviewing what they already know and work from there.

When I'm working with college students. I will usually talk to them about their majors and what they are planning on doing in the future to try and relate to them the best I can.

No matter what age group I'm working with. I'm always trying to find ways to relate what they like to science so they can link positive things to the subject at hand

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I'm a Biology Major at Zane State College. I work with students one on one and in groups. To help break down the chapter subjects that are being asked of them to understand.

I'm a Regional and a State Judge for The Ohio Academy of Science. Where I got to learn and question the projects that the middle schoolers- high schoolers presented.

What types of students have you worked with?

Middle school

High School

Traditional College students

Non-Traditional College Students 

 Kids and adults with IEP's and other accommodations

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Even If something seems hard. There is always another way of learning it. Don't stop because you don't understand it the first try.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Is it the coursework or just the teaching method you don't understand when being explained something.

Shi X.
Salt Lake City
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