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Bosphorous University (Teaching Physics)
University of Tokyo (Master's)
Georgia State University (PhD)
I have an undergraduate degree in teaching physics and a master degree in physics. I continue a doctoral program on Teaching and Learning Program with science education concentration. I have been teaching physics subjects in different levels, specifically high school and college level.
As a doctoral student in science education, I encourage students to argue in the learning process. I prepare different types of questions about the points that students may have difficulties to facilitate their thinking and promote their learning.
I have been tutoring to students in their lessons since high school years. I love helping people learn new things about science, particularly physics and astronomy. I believe students can learn things when they try to resolve the problems/questions by themselves. I have experience tutoring with high school students in physics and teach physics laboratory classes in the college level. I always start the lessons with questions and give students opportunities to explore the answers by doing, observing and talking. I prefer preparing different types of activities to promote student learning.
I have basic knowledge of algebra 1, algebra 2 and calculus. I have an undergraduate degree in teaching physics and a master degree in physics. I continue a doctoral program on Teaching and Learning Program with science education concentration. I have been teaching physics subjects in
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