Physics Tutoring Archives | QuantumPrep

26

Feb

Boston University- How to Survive Bad Teachers

“My classroom teachers were a mixed bag ranging from completely useless to somewhat helpful in learning the subject matter. I do struggle to focus but that is not the...

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26

Nov

Talking Turkey With April

Quantum Prep Teacher of the Month Today we talk with physics instructor, April Pinnick. April has a Master’s degree in astronomy from Boston University and Bachelor of Science degrees...

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25

Nov

How to Get the Most Out Of Class

It is a perennial lamentation of many people that have stepped foot into a chemistry, physics, or math classroom. It doesn’t matter if it is an adult many years...

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18

Mar

“Was That Actually English…?” How to Get the Most Out Of Class

It is a perennial lamentation of many people that have stepped foot into a chemistry, physics, or math classroom. It doesn’t matter if it is an adult many years...

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13

Nov

How to Reconcile With “Hard” Science and Math Problems

When I meet new people, we readily go through the usual initial exchange: “Hello. My name is <INSERT FAVORITE NAME HERE>.” A hand is extended for a handshake. “A...

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22

Oct

“So, I Got My Test Back, Mr. Berman…”

It’s a popular phrase this time of year. My students know the routine when they see me. Before either of us has had the opportunity to sit down, I...

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20

Sep

The Lost Step in Solving Physics (and Chemistry) Problems

I’d like to think that this posting was inspired by one of my brothers, but he is just the third student of mine to have made one of the...

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