I like to really involve the students in my lessons, to make things hands-on and interactive as much as possible. I find giving the students an opportunity to think through problems themselves and relate them back to their own experiences is the best way to ensure a full understanding, as well as making things far more interesting and engaging.
I am a qualified engineer with six years of experience as a researcher at the university of Glasgow. I have taught student engineers from first to fourth year of university, as well as giving one-to-one tuition to students at secondary level, and helping with homework clubs for primary school children.
I have also worked as a sailing instructor and coach, which has given me valuable experience of teaching often complex concepts in a clear and accessible manner.
2013-2019: Mechanical Engineering Researcher (Thermodynamics), University of Glasgow
2011-2010: Graduate Mechanical Engineer, EDF
2005-2010: Sailing Instructor, Mullingar Sailing Club and Les Glénans
2012-2013: MEng. Mechanical Engineering, University of Glasgow
2009-2010: MSc. Sustainable Energy Systems, University of Edinburgh
2005-2009: BEng. Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, University of Dublin, Trinity College
2005: Irish Leaving Certificate, 600 pts (Irish, English, Maths, French, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Applied Maths)
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