Biology is the study of life and living organisms. It has a variety of subdivisions including cell biology, molecular biology, ecology, physiology, and biochemistry, among others. Some common topicsin biology include genetics, evolution, cells, body systems, ecological principles and relationships, and homeostasis.
Biology in the Classroom
Biology is taught at a variety of educational levels. Students generally encounter concepts of biology first in elementary school and then in the middle school grades in general science classes, again in high school biology and chemistry classes, and again if a student pursues any type of life science degree in college. Since biology is such a broad science, it is vital that students have at least a base level of understanding of its concepts and how it relates to the world around them.
Parliament's Biology Tutoring Program equips students with...
- An understanding of what biology is and why it is important.
- The skills necessary to learn the major concepts in biology and how they contribute to life
- Effective study skills which can be translated into use for other disciplines.
- Our biology tutors will introduce students to all the relevant fundamentals as well as important concepts to master these sections.