Information About Mohammed - Swindon tutor - (2 reviews)
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I am lecturer in chemistry with I 15 years of teaching and research experience. I have completed Postgraduate Certificate in Learning, Teaching and Assessment in Higher Education (PGCLTAHE) and and now Fellow of Higher Education Academy. Currently I teach chemistry at Cranfield University in Shrivenham. I have to deal with students having diverse background and therefore, I have to be immensely passionate about the subject to get good rate of feedback.
Postgraduate and 'A'-level/GCSE students with diverse backgrounds and nationalities.
My preferred style of tutoring immensely depends on the students learning style and ability. In the first lesson I try to identify students learning background, needs, ability and ambition and then prepare a plan to focus on introducing fundamental elements of the subject. I offer teaching elements by writing in papers and use various methods to develop concepts and then allow the student to apply the concept independently. I try to encourage, inspire and motivate to take challenge for better life.
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Additional Languages: Bengali
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (evenings)
References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- Cranfield University (2011) - Post Graduate Certificate (PGCE) (✘ Not On File)
- Sheffield University (2000) - PhD (Doctorate) (✘ Not On File)
- Dhaka University (1993) - MSc in Chemistry (1st class) (Masters) (✘ Not On File)
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I am deeply saddened to see how a student understood my de[t of knowledge when the student did not know what is atomic number. I assured thim and his mother that I can make him get A if he take's 2 lessons per week initially and then 1 when we do past paper. I feel insulted by this tutee who gets D in his chemistry exam. Recently one student who I taught had similar situation but with my 20 lesson he got A. I do not want to comment more than this and wish this student very best in his future in science.