Gene Levinson

Gene Levinson

Gene Levinson is a professional home tutor and cloud-based educational entrepreneur. He has worked as a biology teacher, Director of Communications, Biotechnology Researcher, and Clinical Genetics Lab Founder/Director. As a postdoctoral fellow, he did HIV-related research while tutoring Harvard undergraduates. As a graduate student, he described the mechanisms responsible for the evolution of simple repetitive DNA throughout the biosphere. He is a graduate of U.C. Irvine (PhD) and U.C. Berkeley. Prior to professional tutoring, he obtained formal teacher training at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology.

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Tuesday, 23 October 2012 11:03

Remember The Force

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Must Learning Be Boring? Why Not Ask, How Can We Make Classrooms and Homework Fun?
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Just imagine the potential when the intelligence, creativity, empathy, and passion of teachers are combined with the power of e-learning technologies.  
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A Global Problem: Most people in the U.S. are already aware that public education in the U.S. is broken. A February 2012 article -- New analysis makes case for higher ranking for U.S. schools -- claimed that the problem is not as bad as we thought, because differences in math performance between the U.S. and other countries are actually small. This only confirms that the problem is not limited to America alone!