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New York University (Electrical Engineeri)
University of Minnesota (Master's)
I have a Master of Science degree from the University of Minnesota and a Bachelor of Engineering degree from New York University. In 2011, I received my TESOL certificate and ESL training from ECC institute.
For the last 25 years, I have worked as a Computer Hardware designer and project manager for American companies in the U.S. and other part of Asia. Since 2011, I have taught Math, General Science and English at various International and private schools overseas, and recently at High school level in Cape Coral, Florida.
I have had the opportunity to teach students who functioned below-, on-, and above grade level. I have been successful at accommodating diverse student needs by facilitating all styles of learners, offering individualized and extracurricular support and integrating effective materials.
I encourage learning by using a number of innovative techniques, hand-on activities, and various forms of technologies. By incorporating classroom discussions, open-ended questions and cooperate learning, I am able to facilitate a highly interactive and inquisitive class atmosphere.
Being a hard working well-rounded educator, I have the talent for employing unique teaching strategies to effectively engage students and foster fun fascinating learning environments. I have a Master of Science degree from the University of Minnesota and a Bachelor of Engineering degree from New York University. In 2011, I received my TESOL certificate and ESL training from ECC institute.
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