Every student has the capability to learn. Just that each one has different way to understand and respond. A teacher owes this responsibility to the student.
I am a PhD in Physics, and my master's was in Physics and bachelor's included the subject of Mathematics (Hons.) and Physics and Chemistry.
I was a Senior Lecturer of Physics in a University after my PhD, and during PhD I was working as a Teaching Assistant in Physics for engineering students. I had been tutoring students of high school during my bachelor's and master's for Maths and Science. I have also worked as a Guest Lecturer of Physics for undergraduate students in a college after my master's.
I try to be logical at all times and try to understand the doubts of the student and then explain things by giving general examples. Generally while teaching, the one way traffic of disembarking knowledge is boring and monotonous. The class should be interactive and the students should be encouraged to ask their doubts and give their opinions without any fear. Some students feel shy to ask or answer. They should be made sure that even their stupid queries will be taken seriously and answered, without letting anyone mock at them.
back to top