Hello Students,
I hold both a Bachelor and Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. My area of specialization enables me to be rather competent with Mathematics and Physics. In College, my tutoring experience comprises of voluntaring at the Universities' library, where I taught fellow students College-level Calculus and Physics. Furthermore, I have also made attempts to assist the community by volunteering at a local Adult School. There, I was able to reach out to many adults and high...
Hello Students,
I hold both a Bachelor and Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. My area of specialization enables me to be rather competent with Mathematics and Physics. In College, my tutoring experience comprises of voluntaring at the Universities' library, where I taught fellow students College-level Calculus and Physics. Furthermore, I have also made attempts to assist the community by volunteering at a local Adult School. There, I was able to reach out to many adults and high school students in their attempts to pass the GED. I am confident that my style of teaching/lectures will be effective with students from various backgrounds and skill level (middle school, high school, and college). I am able to achieve this through patience, persistence, and a passion for continuous development. Frankly, I am looking to help students and make learning a fun experience for the both of us. Culmulatively, I have over 5 years of face-to-face and online tutoring experience.
As a student myself and now a working professional, I understand how communication and delivery of information can greatly impact learning. In my opinion and from experience, clear communication and being practical (plenty of examples and applications) with tough mathematical and science concepts will aid with the digestion of new information. I always urge students to ask why are we exactly learning this? How is it going to help me in the future? Do you have an example of how this is used in a real-life application? Essentially, always try to get the full picture, and do not fall into the pit-hole of memorizing and regurgitation. With that said, let us work together and succeed!
Thanks,
Khoi