I recently graduated from the University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley with a 3.0 GPA receiving a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering.
I have been captain and leader of soccer teams, and was able to lead my team into championships and nationals. I am sure I can bring the same passion and leadership that is put into the soccer field to any job and task presented. My flexible personality allow for easy interaction and relationship with colleagues.
Besides being an innate leader, I am a flexible and adaptable individual. Ever since I got to the United States, I have worked at various jobs being able to fight the adversities and adapt to the multiple job requirements. Besides being flexible and a fast-learner, I am also a multilingual. I can read, speak, and write English, French, and Arabic, and I also know some Spanish.
I am currently playing for the AFC Ann Arbor soccer team. My day-to-day job involves efficiently working with other team players, and being able to communicate effectively with other players to quickly resolve issues on the field. Problem-solving and troubleshooting are tasks which I face on a daily basis even on soccer, and I am confident at resolving any task thrown at me. Most of all, I am a committed professional with the skills and attributes the job requires, and a strong determination to achieve an excellent outcome for my employer. I hope to have the opportunity to discuss this more with you at an interview.
Q & A
What is your teaching philosophy?
Practicing is the best way to learn stuff.
What might you do in a typical first session with a student?
Try to make the session interesting as possible, and get him to like the subject.
How can you help a student become an independent learner?
By giving him confidence and trying to convince him that making mistakes is the only way to learn, and if you don't try you will never learn.
How would you help a student stay motivated?
By offering rewards By using positive competitions.
If a student has difficulty learning a skill or concept, what would you do?
Try to explain it with an example, and keep it as simple as it can be.