Before delivering any lesson, I ensure to plan my lesson in a way that helps my students to conceptualise the problem and ask the right questions. My goal is to teach my students how to be independent learners and develop an intellectual curiosity for their subject. My lessons are tailored to inspire my students to learn how to ask the right questions about their problem and develop their problem-solving skills. My desire is to help students to unlock their potential and having a strong STEM background, I'm able to draw from numerous practical research and experiments to demonstrate to my students the different ways to approach a problem and to choose the right formula using different practical analogies. In my years of teaching, I have seen my students graduate to become efficient problem-solvers and experts in their field.
My passion for teaching and helping students is long-standing. Coming from a family with both parents as academic professors meant that I was exposed to the art of teaching from an early age. Teaching is an art that must be learned if you are going to deliver your subject most effectively. Having understudied my parents teach for many years, I started my official teaching experience at age 17 when I gained admission into the university for my undergraduate degree. During this time, I started Saturday school, where I taught Engineering Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Statistics and Computer Science to other students helping them gain a better understanding of the subjects and tackling their projects collaboratively. Immediately after completing my undergraduate studies, I started my teaching career at a state school, where I taught Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Geography, Statistics and Computer Science to GCSE and A level students, helping them prepare for their exams and gain admission into the different universities of their choices. I taught at the state school for 2 years before taking the giant leap to further my degrees to Doctorate level. I moved to the University of Manchester to pursue my master degree in Petroleum Geoscience and later at Imperial College London for my Doctorate (PhD) research in Petroleum Geoscience and Engineering where I also continued my teaching trade as Graduate Teaching Assistant. What I love so much about teaching is my ability to inspire my students to dream, believe in their abilities and focus on their strengths to make the most of it.
God'spower has been of great support to me both mentally and morally during my Ph.D. He is diligent, hardworking, and honest. He delivers his service in a professional manner while adhering to the ethics of tutorship.
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