Assistance is provided with homework, preparing for quizzes and tests, completing lab reports and explaining science content in courses including, but not limited to, Basic Anatomy, General and Advanced Anatomy and Physiology, Life Science Chemistry, Biochemistry, Microbiology and Medical Terminology. The Science Lab has a large anatomy model collection, a microscope and tissue slides, resource texts, charts, computer access as well as the welcoming instructional staff. Students typically receive individual attention as well as small group instruction.
8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
"I teach students as I wish to be taught, taking students’ need and learning styles into consideration. Teaching is like taking apart a machine for the first time. I start with the big picture, break it down into individual parts focusing on the relationships of one part to another, and then carefully assemble the parts back into the whole again. Science is replete with new concepts and terminology. A large component of what I do is act as a science translator."
"I believe that learning science should be activity centered. For meaningful learning to occur, the students need to be able to connect the current lesson with the past experiences and see the possibilities of how this lesson will apply to their chosen career."