Location: Lorton VA USA
Tutoring and Homework Help
Miss Taslima C. of Lorton VA USA Tutor Profile
Tutor Personal Information
|Miss Taslima C.
Tutoring Style and/or Experience
My broad and dynamic skill set, which includes eight semesters of TAing experience, extensive clinical exposure, and strong interpersonal and leadership skills makes me a highly qualified tutor. My greatest strengths are my communication skills, organization, and comprehensive exposure to professional and academic settings. My experiences as a teaching assistant (TA), clinical professional, student leader, and sophomore resident advisor have allowed me to develop the necessary interpersonal skills to interact effectively with students, peers, and patients. I learned about the inquiry method of teaching as an intern for the National Science Resources Center of the Smithsonian. I applied my practical knowledge on pedagogy as an undergraduate TA of Chemistry 141-142 labs and Clinical Research Practicum at Emory University, where I maintained a safe and efficient environment that was conducive to learning, taught class lessons, and consistently provided feedback to student so they could improve their performance in the course. My most rewarding teaching experience has been as a Crystals and Polymers TA for the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (JHU CTY), where I taught high-school level chemistry, geology, and biology to rising fifth- and sixth-grade students. This experience taught me how to effectively teach concepts that are completely foreign to my students through interactive lectures and demonstrations.
My experiences teaching in teaching elementary and college students in both lecture and lab settings have helped me develop my pedagogical, organizational, and interpersonal skills. For additional details, please feel free to contact me for further details. I appreciate your consideration and look forward to discussing what I have to offer.
Tutoring Fee and Tutors Availability
|Pre-K / Kindergarten, Elementary, Junior High School, High School, College
|Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
|Long Term or Open-Ended Tutoring Commitments.
|$25.00 to $50.00
|This tutor offers a sliding scale for students with economic hardships.
|Gifted/Talented, Home Schooling
|Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology
|Burt & Betty Schear Family Award, Emory Academic Honors Program 05·2010
Honors the 2 seniors who are “most likely to make a uniquely positive mark on his or her universe”
Emory President of the Year 04·2010
College Council recognizes 1 organization president for commitment, diligence, and community-building
Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges 04·2010
34 of the 1,300 students of the Class of 2010 were elected for outstanding merit and accomplishment
Lifetime Achievement Award 04·2010
Selected by a committee of alumni and peers for making significant contributions for over 3 years
Children of Abraham Award 03·2010
Honored 4 students for establishing a strong relationship between the Muslim and Jewish communities
100 Senior Honorary for the Emory University Class of 2010 12·2009
100 of 1,300 students of the Class of 2010 are chosen by the Emory community for passionately contributing in a broad range of activities, including academics and volunteerism
National Gilman Scholarship 07·2008
For studying abroad at the University of Saint Andrews, Scotland
National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent (SMART) Grant 07·2008; 07·2009
For exhibiting academic excellence as an undergraduate sophomore and junior
Emory Chemistry Department Outstanding Teaching Assistant (TA) Award 05·2008
Honors 1 TA for motivating students to appreciate and understand chemistry and general sciences
Muslim Students’ Association President’s Award 05·2007
Honors 1 student for commitment, diligence, and service to the Emory and greater-Atlanta Muslim communities
National College Access Network’s Nelnet College Access Scholarship 05·2006
For academic excellence by the National College Access Network
Chemical Society of Washington Award 05·2006
For research that examined the effectiveness of antiacne medications on reducing oil