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Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Nigeria (Mech. Engineering)
Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria (Master's)
Howard University (PhD)
My Mathematics teaching experience spans the entire history of my senior university student and post-graduate lives. I have passionately taught Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Physics at senior secondary school levels in Nigeria both as an undergraduate and a fresh graduate. I have also managed a personal tutorial center in Nigeria after my graduation in 2008.
I worked as Graduate Assistant and Lecturer of mechanical engineering for five years beginning from 2010. In 2014, I joined Howard University as a PhD scholar and have, since then, been appointed as Graduate Research and Teaching Assistants in two years based on my academic performance. I already completed 36 credit hours requirements of coursework with the highest GPA of 4.0 while progressing steadily in my research. My philosophy of teaching recognizes that different students have diverse learning styles and cognitive abilities and as a tutor, my role is to identify those skills and exploit them in developing my lessons and knowledge contents for the purpose of effective learning. My major goal is to mentor students through success-motivated and well-formulated instruction in order to help improve their learning and chances of success in their various examinations.
I have, so far, from undergraduate to graduate level, taken not less that 34 credit hours of Mathematics with an average success rate of 95%. As a Mechanical Engineer, I have also taken a number of mathematics-based courses including Applied Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Engineering Statistics for which adequate understanding of Mathematics as solid foundation is sacrosanct.
I once taught as a volunteer instructor with a UK-based NGO, Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO). The basic teacher's training I underwent in the organization transformed my calling as a teacher. My teaching experience as outlined above coupled with my Bachelor's and Master's degrees, and the almost completed PhD. in Mechanical Engineering are without doubt, the qualifications which make me a great tutor.
Please contact me for more information and questions. My Mathematics teaching experience spans the entire history of my senior university student and post-graduate lives. I have passionately taught Mathematics, Further Mathematics and … Read more
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I have taken Differential Equations as a topic at both undergraduate and graduate levels. I have also studied a great number of differential equations and their solutions. Most importantly, I have solved practical problems whose solutions are results of some sort of differential equations. I worked as Graduate Assistant and Lecturer of mechanical engineering for five years beginning from 2010.
I have Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Mechanical Engineering. I am a second-year Ph.D. student of mechanical engineering in Howard University with GPA of 4.0 and will be completing the program by 2017.