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 ❤️
My teaching methods are very hands on to give you the best learning experience possibly available.
Generally I like to make my lessons "hands-on" where there is a practical activity and a clear take-away to reflect on afterwards. During my time lecturing at Strathclyde I would generally have 40 minutes of lecture content and encourage discussion throughout and end with a practical or creative activity to build upon the factual content.
I have newly done an assessment which is a base for a PhD. I believe going through the different parts of the assessment will help to understand this technology which is reliable, environment friendly and cheap.The big networks are mostly supported by government but community energy is applicable in small societies with private funding.
I ask in advance to the student what is the topic that needs to be covered in the next lesson in order to prepare the lesson in advance. I provide a theoretical explanation of the subject followed up by practical examples and exercises.
I am passionate about imparting my extensive IT knowledge and experience in educating and teaching leaner’s in this exciting digital age. I ensure that I have an understanding of learner pupil profiles and any additional support required and act upon this professionally.
I teach dependent on the needs of the learner; I enjoy 1-1 teaching because it allows me to adopt a far more personal approach, reacting to the the needs of the individual learner. I believe in learning through doing and solving problems in a 'real world' context.
Teaching and help is done through live projects, using the features of autodesk fusion or the CAD software of the students choice. This ties into UCAS portfolio work, as projects are done that show development of the design in hand drawn and CAD format.
My teaching method is based on the experience that I've acquired after many years working on mechanical design. I teach my students the ideas of designing using CAD programs like SolidWorks and then help them on their assignments; in such a way the outcome of learning is definite.
I graduated in 2015, and have since been exposed to various areas of industrial design as well as some freelance work & tutoring.
Hi All! My name is Hannah. Currently teaching GCSE and Alevel product design after gaining a BA (Hons) in Product Design and becoming a qualified secondary school teacher of Design and Technology. If you want to improve your coursework folder, or want to revise for your design technology product design, graphics, GCSE or Alevel exams then please get in touch to work out a tailored plan for you.
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.
Nano fluids are the colloidal suspension of Nanoparticles and Base fluid. The diffusion of Nano particles in the conventional base fluid shows the higher thermo-physical properties of the Nano fluids. This makes the conductivity increases with the increase in the temperature of the Nano fluid thereby the heat transfer rate increases.
My teaching method is learner oriented exercise based and tend to help learner in step wise solutions. I give lessons to undergraduate and A level Math students but can assist any level of Math easily. I am very keen and enthusiastic to help my students.
Using techniques to embed student understanding of the basics, this allow students to progress more easily into the more difficult outcomes. Supporting students is a prioritu in all lesson planning, achieved by open lesson tutorials where students can express and discuss their own bespoke learning difficulties.
For students taking GCSE and A-Level Design Subjects. I can provide assistance with pupils looking for: - Extra education - Assistance with a project - An exam they may be studying for - Help with homework I provide easy tutoring sessions lead by the pupil.
Want a successful career in a branch of Mechanical Engineering but not sure how to achieve your ambitions? Look no further! I specialise in teaching Mechanical Engineering that covers a range of qualifications including BTEC L3 & L2 Qualifications as well as HNC&HND Qualifications. I specialise in the Design and Manufacture for automotive applications.
am a self motivated and creative individual who can inspire and motivate students to overcome their weakness in different subjects. I am doing a PhD in geometric measurement of manufactured parts in high value manufacturing environments. My base degree is in Product & Industrial Design and masters degree is in Product Engineering Design from Strathclyde University.
I am a graduate Mechanical engineering consultant, with experience in the oil and gas sector as well as in manufacturing and basic product design. I have not formally created lesson plans or such before, but I believe that explanation and patience are key in helping others understand, or in working with others on projects.
I teach all ranges of people from junior designers, to interns, students or anyone that wants to find out if design is for them or not. I run through the whole process from research, to ideation, to sketching, 2D lines, 3D CAD, model making, presentations and pitch.
i m a graduate mechanical engineer from india and teaching since 3 years to engineers various subjects with highly demanded techniques and easy solutions with motivation and enthuassim . by joining this i would like to offer my teaching to various students internationally.
Product/Industrial Designer – May 2017. I teach undergraduate Bachelor’s degree level Product/Industrial Design, to include both technical (BSc) and creative (BA) variants of the subject.
As a constructivist, I believe that learning is a sense-making process which consists of the period of confusion, tussle and resolution of difficulties. Also I do not assume that my well-defined and detailed description (both verbal and written), communicated to my students my intention.
My lessons are geared towards getting a grass roots understanding of CAD Design from the very basics right through to advanced. I work live across the internet. The lessons will be tutorial based, I will be on hand to explain any issues you may have. You will gain a very detailed understanding of the software and how it is used in the workplace.
My aim is to apply effective teaching techniques such as active learning to support students to learn effectively. My methodology include to encourage student-tutor contact, encourage active learning, give prompt feedback, emphasise time on task. respect diverse talents and ways of learning. I would spend time around the topic where the student needs more attention.
My name is Mark. I am currently studying a HND in Mechanical Engineering and can teach several aspects of GCSE/A-level maths and physics. I work full time in the nuclear industry as a Mechanical Designer, with a good balance of academic and industrial experience at my disposal.
I have always had passion for mathematics and natural sciences, teaching allows me to pass this on to my students. I can help you prepare for that difficult exam, that you desperately need to get a good grade for, perhaps explain a difficult subject that you have trouble grasping. School, college or undergraduate students are welcome.
I am a full-time researcher at the University of Leeds in medical robotics. I have a critical eye for practical aspects of engineering. I clearly understand that the reason for anyone to learn robotics is to improve your employability/skills and eventually earn money and live a meaningful life.
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.
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.
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