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Middle School Science: Introduces fundamental scientific concepts through engaging activities and experiments, fostering curiosity and a basic understanding of physics, chemistry, biology, and Earth sciences.

High School Science: Explores advanced topics in physics, chemistry, biology, and environmental science, emphasizing critical thinking, hands-on experimentation, and application of scientific principles to real-world problems.

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What You’ll Learn

High school science covers a wide range of different subjects. The good news is that we offer tutors to cover each of these subject matter topics, from earth science to biology. As your student moves from middle school into high school, they will generally either become more or less interested in science, and a great deal of that is based upon their understanding of the material. The foundations they develop in science will support them as they go on to further classes and coursework, even into college. Students should be interested in what surrounds them, and a foundation in science can help them embrace investigating the world around them.

A tutor can help your student see the wonders in things as varied as geologic formations or microorganisms too small to be seen with the naked eye. This can help them become more interested in science, and it may even lead to them developing a career in a science-related field. Science involves knowledge and a search for understanding the world around us. Working with a tutor can help your student develop their abilities to experiment and ask scientific questions, as well as develop hypotheses and explanations based upon what they observe.

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Your Student and Science Tutoring

No matter what subject your student is in, tutoring can be vastly helpful to them. Rather than struggle with the material, your student can work with an expert in the field to cover information and help them learn. Our tutors cover each of the major scientific divisions, as well as broader categories that some schools teach science in, such as physical science and life science. Just contact us today to get matched up with a tutor who will help your student’s learning soar. Our one-on-one online tutoring environment offers a variety of advantages over learning in the classroom. First of all, students are able to move at their own pace rather than that dictated by the curriculum, so they can spend more time on areas where they need to get a better understanding.

Tutors can also spend more time on areas that your student is interested in, which may in turn get them more excited about science in general. Our tutors will work with your student to understand how they learn best. Visual learners may need more graphs and charts, while an auditory learner may do better with a lecture styled format to the tutoring sessions. Regardless, the tutor will work with your student to apply their knowledge to experiments and practice problems, making sure that they have a firm understanding on the material. This can serve them well in preparation for tests in school and on standardized exams, such as Virginia’s Standards of Learning tests. Working with a tutor can also help your student develop test-taking strategies and ways to minimize their stress and anxiety when associated with different tests. These skills, taught by our tutors, can benefit your student in the long run and are things they can apply to future courses, even college and graduate studies.

When your student learns Earth Science, they will cover several major topics, including astronomy, geology, meteorology, oceanography. From studying rock particles to understanding how the universe has developed, there is a great deal of material to cover in Earth Science. Students who embrace this subject may go on to become a geologist or an astronaut heading to Mars. Even if they don’t go into an earth science-related field, it can provide a deeper understanding of the world around them.

The study of biology is also a vast subject examining living things and their components, and it looks at organisms ranging from a single-celled microorganism to animals as big as a blue whale. It also looks at human beings and how our bodies  function. This course of study looks at parts of the organism and how they function, such as parts of the cell, and also looks at specific chemical processes, such as photosynthesis. Students who have an interest in biology may go on to become medical doctors.

Chemistry looks at the atoms and sub-atomic particles that make up everything around us and how these chemicals interact to produce new and different materials. People in chemistry may perform experiments, such as dissolving table salt into water and seeing how it dissociates, going from NaCl to Na+ and Cl-, pulled apart by the polarity of water. Certainly as your student moves through the course, the experiments become more involved and often more exciting, including redox reactions and studying how different metals produce different colored flames.

Physics is one of the harder of the science courses, and not all students are expected to take it, depending on the school district. Physics looks at the study of the universe and time, and there are several major parts, including experimental physics and theoretical physics. An understanding of physics is essential for many career fields, from veterinary medicine to engineering.