My teaching method is ask the student what part of a topic they are struggling with and needs help on. I then like to explain the topic and do example questions explaining what I'm doing and why. I then give the student a few questions to practise. I am very patient so don't mind going over a topic multiple times if a student is struggling a lot.
I am a second year Mechanical Engineering student studying at Swansea University. I studied Maths, Further Maths and Physics at A-level. I have been teaching Judo for almost 7 years so have good knowledge in how to explain and teach new things
- GCSE results: 1A* (Maths)
4A’s (Science, Additional science, Religion & Philosophy, Physical Education)
6B’s (English Language, English Literature, Further additional science, Business studies,
- Senior prefect in year 13
- A-level results: Maths achieved a B
Further maths achieved a C
Physics achieved a D
- Teaching judo to younger children since I was thirteen years old developed my communication skills as I
have to deliver good classes that engage students but also not disjointed or boring
- Year 1 average at University: 70%. I am currently on track to achieve a first in my second year of study.
Course modules include Heat transfer, Circuit analysis, Thermodynamics, Computer aided engineering,
Design of machine elements, Fluid mechanics, Experimental studies, Engineering sustainability,
Mechanics, Engineering design, Strength of materials and Manufacturing technology
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