I am a lecturer in Physics at the University of Aberdeen and have been teaching since I began doing my undergraduate degree. I have a PhD in physics.
I have over a decade of teaching experience running lectures, tutorials and lab classes at the University of Aberdeen, where I teach almost half the Physics courses. I also run our summer school and night class programs, teaching all of this material. I have also tutored school students from every year of secondary school, preparing them for exams.
Teaching maths and physics necessarily involves solving problems, so I do a lot of joint problem solving. But it's important to actually learn a subject, not just how to mechanically pass exams, so I also go into the material conceptually as well. Where possible, I also include practical demonstrations of Physics concepts using lab equipment, etc. Towards assessments and exams, the amount of practice questions solved will ramp up.
|Languages||English (British), French|
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|University of Aberdeen||2008||Doctorate||PhD|
|University of Aberdeen||2004||Bachelors||1st Class Honours, Physics|
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