Teach children and adult how to control their electronic and if it broken you can mend and I have been studying this my whole life and can show you what to do electronic grades is high so be prepared ❤️
Highly experienced GCSE and A level maths teacher committed to delivering excellent academic results. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I have expertise in the following: GCSE New 9:1 IGCSE A level Maths New Specification 2017 - Pure Maths, Applied Maths(Mechanics and Statistics), Further Maths Exam boards Edexcel, OCR, AQA, OCR MEI - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a UK based Academic researcher, writer, tutor, mathematician, management professional and co-founder of academicianhelp.co.uk. I have extensive experience in Mathematics, Engineering, Information Technology, Computer Science and Management.
By carefully understanding the individual first, i am able to craft a set of examples that de-mystifies any concept from the topics above. What sets me apart from everyone else is the ability to relate a concept to real world scenarios where you apply the concepts - to give you an appreciation of the concept.
I highly believe that educating electronic and related fields should be tangible for students so I will be providing a tangible example at the end of each topic and trying to provide a real question in real world to students to solve in order to make the topic more easy to learn.
I will approach topics by discussing problems and the methods involved with solving problems. I will not focus so much on solving question after question as i believe they teach in school but more on understanding how to recognize methods to solve the various problems at hand.
I like to help students to develop a deep understanding of a topic, starting with the fundamentals and building up to real work applications. Lessons should provide the necessary information for someone to go ahead and start developing there understanding by carrying out independent projects.
My teaching Method is diverse since different students have different ways of understanding concepts. Even though most of my lessons are online i try as much as possible to connect with the student's needs in order to accommodate all their needs. I use real-life examples to explain difficult concepts in which students have challenges with.
do you need help preparing for a resistant materials exam or just help with course work or you just want to know about rm then contact me. I will help you understand everything that you will need to know to get through your gcse's.
I am an Electrical and Computer Engineering with Master in Electronic, with +4 years experience in Software Web development, and with the passion for sharing knowledge. I have been tutoring my youngest brother and some of his friends that are studying IT at University and also during my graduation I did some tutoring to get some income.
I am a first class graduate in electronic engineering with an IET prize for best achieving student in the department. I can teach you certain modules such as digital circuits, electromagnetics, microelectronics, microwave engineering etc. This is will entail going through course material you have been provided and my course material and learning principles of engineering logically.
Teach and train practically the fundamental principles governing the major concepts in the field of mechanical and electronics engineering. Solve problems in engineering design and mathematical computation based on the lesson provided on the topic.
I have been working as a personal tutor for 3 years with adults, kids, engineers, primary school students, so I know how to give the best to any age category. I also know how to be friend with the student, make a clear respect and proficiency rules and cooperating with parents. I can teach robotics courses with electronics, control, mechanics all covered with respect to your level.
I am doing my PhD from Glasgow Caledonian University in the field of HVAC and Neural networks. I have done MS (Electrical Engineering) and having six years of university teaching experience. My undergraduate degree was in Electronics Engineering. I have taught various courses and Labs of Electrical/Electronics Engineering. Courses which I can teach are, but not limited to: 1.
I am Gary Wood and if your looking to start electrical engineering erring at Modern Apprenticeship level I will be able to help. You can decide the pace and structure we use and I will assist in coaching you. If you put the effort in with me I know you will be successfully in your Modern Apprenticeship.
I recently graduated with a Master degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Plymouth. After getting the Master degree from the University of Plymouth, Teaching and learning Certificate and University teaching allowance Certificate from the University of Anbar.
I am an overseas student in my final year Postgraduate, give lessons to Diploma level and basic level of engineering subjects. My method of teaching - (1) Presentation of information in details with examples.
I am an Engineering PhD student, I have been given lessons to undergraduate students for 3 years now, my technique are that I start from the basics and build on to more complex part of the course. I am friendly and easy going and work to improve your strength and build on those areas your are not too good at.
I have recently graduated from Newcastle University with an MSc in Electrical Power which I achieved a distinction classification. I am looking to teach other students and pass what knowledge I have so it is put to good use and hopefully help other people. I can teach anything from basic electrical and electronic topics to more sophisticated subjects regarding the field.
I teach to a range of classes from GCSE upto pre graduate level. My lessons offer a wide range such as activities and plenty of IT work and getting groups to work in groups. However ensuring knowledge is assessed on a regular basis is also important.
Work with the student to identify their goals, and then develop a plan that suits them. We can tackle specific problems, or discuss a topic more widely; adding depth to the text book knowledge. Discussing why you find a problem hard (so called 5 Whys) is a great way to get to a solution.
My teaching method is fully based on concepts. First of all I realize the deficiencies of students then I grow their knowledge and learning skills. Often i repeat my lecture two to three time for best fruit. I want to put my all knowledge to my pupils and having wish that may my students will be the best students in the planet.
I personally am a kinesthetic learner, so my usual teaching method is using real life situations or applications, but depending on the learner can adapt per need. e.g. basic maths skills for division, using a group of physical items (i.e a pack of biscuits) to make into divisible piles to show a physical representation of the problem.
I am able to teach you the basics in electronics. How particular devices work, and what their uses may be. Have a discussion with me and I'll see whether I can be of any help to you. I am an apprentice, and have had intensive training in the electronics area, and am currently working on electronic equipment now and attending college studying level 3 electronic engineering in my second year.
-I Start off slowly; students may not have much experience in active learning. -Introduce change at the beginning of a course, rather than midway through. -I mostly Avoid giving students the impression that you are "experimenting" with them. I'll share knowledge, demonstrate my expertise, advise students and provide feedback to improve understanding and promote learning.
Well, I am a qualified teacher and already teaching A levels students. My believe is that the only way to convey a concept to any student is by gently pushing it through his nerves. This will make him love the subject.
first the physical sense of the subject will be explained clearly, real life applications/uses will be emphasized precisely, then the solving parts comes into picture where i will suggesting the methodology for few models.
- Setting tasks which challenge students and ensure high levels of interest from them. - Planning, evaluating and revise curricula, course content, and course materials and methods of instruction. - Using clear and concise language when teaching in a class.
I'm a student of electronic engineering and I have finished 1 year placement in Vienna. I worked on a signal generator project. I would like to share my knowledge about FPGAs, VHDL and digital design skills that I have acquired in the industry.
Relaxed and informal. I use different teaching methods to suit the learner. Please advise on any learning difficulties, so I can adapt my methods to help you. Also, please advise me which subjects you need assistance with, so I can design bespoke lesson plans to suit your needs.
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