Obviously every student is unique but I try to break it down to the simplest units and build from there. With Physics, I give the student real-life context of the concept. And lots of examples. I push them to do examples and try to teach the thinking process. I try to explain the logic behind it as well. Students remember a lot better when they understand.
I am a mechanical Engineering student in my Final Year. I have taken a year off, so I have plenty of time to prepare for lessons, and pay extra attention to you. I am currently teaching GCSE Maths to 3 students. I also join the Debate Society in University so I am an articulate person.
Relevant Work Experience:
Oct 2020 - Current: Total of 24 teaching hours via online - GCSE Maths
: Total of 8 teaching hours via online - GCSE Physics
Sep 2020 - Current : Design Intern with UI/UX Team at BridgeBurma
Jun 2019 - Sep 2019: Sales Accounts Clerk with Victor Lighting Power
Mechanical Engineering - University of Leeds. Second-Year Average - 74% (1st Class)
Engineering Mechanics (Maths): 92%
Mechatronics systems and control: 81 %
Design and Manufacture 2: 76 %
Economics and Management: 78 %
Vibration and Control: 64%
Thermofluids 2: 60 %
Achievements: President of Myanmar Society, IJSO Olympiad Candidate, First-Runner up College Debate Championship, Bronze Medal Olympiad Winner - INESPO Azerbaijan.
Matlab, Labview, Solidworks, Blender, Illustrator, Manufacturing, Project Management
Me and Sithunaing were both selected for the special training of Science Olympiad back in highschool.
Very often, when I stumble upon new topics, Sithunaing would help me to clear my doubts. He just understands what his students are thinking and uses his great methodology to break down complex concepts. For communication, he was the top student in the high-school debate team!
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