You may call me Olu, I am currently studying on my PhD. In the area of academics, I have come a long way, learning and teaching, the cycle never ends.
It is fun meeting people and sharing knowledge, this is one thing I do with passion. I do not only consider teaching as a Job, but also as a hobby as it is fun making people understand what they had thought was confusing.
My Teaching Experience dates back to my days as an A'Level student preparing for the GCE Cambridge A'Levels Exam in 2005. I made sure I carried all my colleagues along by conducting regular free tutorials.
When I got into the University, I continued. Every other evenings and every weekend, I would take part in tutorial sessions for my colleagues and sometimes for junior colleagues. This I did from 2006 to 2011.
In 2012, I registered as an Online-Tutor and have engaged a number of students in America and UK on mathematics and engineering related subjects. Not to mention that I have been involved in peer revision meetings all through my post graduate days at the University of Manchester where I took charge of conducting Mock Examinations.
To me, this has been fun.
My approach to teaching is very very simple:
Step 1: Ask you what area you have problems with.
Step 2: Tell you to go on and teach me the aspects you know and even the aspects you do not know.
Step 3: I will take note of your strengths and weaknesses.
Step 4: Leave the rest to me, the tutorials would be worth the time and pay.
PS: Many times, from experience, students think they have problems with a topic, but all they have is just "no confidence about what they know". That is where we come in, to restore your confidence in the things you know and add to it. Hence, my best approach is to keep the interaction "both-ways".
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|References Available||On File|
|UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN||2011||Bachelors||ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING (FIRST CLASS HONOURS)|
|UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER||2014||Masters||ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING (DISTINCTION)|
|UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER||2017||Doctorate||NUCLEAR ROBOTICS ENGINEERING (IN VIEW)|