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I have flowcharts and instructions that help anyone to understand the conversion process from volume to mass, mass to moles, moles to molecules or atoms, etc. From there I like to build on this solid foundation.
I started tutoring at Tulsa Jr College (now TCC). As a Tulsa Tutor I've worked with all ages, high school students, college students from TCC, ORU, TU, OU, OSU, veterans programs, and the Oklahoma voc.
This subject deals with matter on scales varies from sub-atomic particles we know as neutrons, protons etc to the stars and indeed the whole galaxies. Physics is an experimental science and it utilizes the systematic and scientific way to devise and analysis hypotheses which are based upon inspection of the natural earth.
And give students with the homework help they need at the same time. This way they see that chemistry can be useful and interesting. Ive also given quite a bit of help to students who are taking online chemistry classes who need complicated material clarified and cannot get that from the website such as WebAssign or CourseCompass.
Principles of Reactivity: Entropy and Free Energy: Entropy, T S(universe) and Spontaneity, Gibbs Free Energy, Free Energy of Formation, Effect of Temperature on G, Free Energy and Equilibrium Constants. Electrochemistry: Electron Transfer Reactions: Balancing Equations for Oxidation-Reduction Reactions, Constructing Voltaic Cells, Commercial Cells, Standard Electrochemical Potentials, Ranking Oxidizing and Reducing Agents, Electrochemical Cells Under Nonstandard Conditions, Electrochemistry, Thermodynamics, and Equilibrium.
I do not have a method or strategy for tutoring because each student is an individual. I dont waste time with evaluation or screening because I can typically tell within 10 or 15 minutes of the tutoring session the level of learning the student has.
Phone: (I prefer you call me! email: MSN Messenger Also with drawing and voice capabilities (when it works-I've found Yahoo is more reliable.) -Must have MSN account (it's free!) and installed MSN Messenger (also free!) on your computer.