I have experience of teaching university students during my degree and believe I have a friendly and effective approach to learning. I prefer a more relaxed style because I feel the most successful learning occurs when students are engaged and feel comfortable asking questions. However, I am very flexible and can also accommodate for students that would like a more formal, classroom-style approach.
I have recently successfully completed a PhD in Astrophysics at the University of Leeds (I graduate in July). I will be progressing with my career at the end of summer, but until then I am eager to support students in their learning of mathematics and physics at all levels.
University of Leeds:
PhD in Astrophysics
Awarded the Bolton Prize (Highest scoring undergraduate student)
Masters in Astrophysics (MPhys), Grade: 1st
Urmston Grammar School:
A-level: Mathematics (A), Physics (A), History (A), Geography (A)
GCSEs: 9 A*s, 2 As
Demonstrator (University of Leeds):
I was responsible for teaching students how to conduct lab experiments.
I had to ensure that students were working effectively and be on hand to answer any questions.
I had to mark students' work at the end of the lab session and give concise and constructive feedback.
I had to interact with customers at the rental desks in a professional manner.
I was responsible for the safety of patrons on the indoor ski slope.
I was responsible for looking after parties of young children.
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