Learning may seem dull at first.
But it's just expressions of the space around us.
Sometimes expressions of time.
While working with clients, I prepare a timeline of the course material to be covered via the syllabus, notes for each tutoring session, the necessary foundation practice questions, past paper questions, and a bonus question or two to illustrate the application of what was covered in the session.
As a past student and teacher, tips and tricks to be relayed to students are by-products of whatever is currently being taught. As such, you can expect them to be both subconsciously and consciously imparted.
As the teacher, my most important responsibility is to identify the pace of the student and thus make configurations to teaching methods. This ensures that every bit of data is relayed to my student efficiently and he/she personally enjoys most if not all the topics covered.
I code in my sleep by the way haha!
Undergraduate Degree: University of South Florida-Main Campus - Bachelor of Engineering, Computer Engineering, General
I really enjoy working alongside students as they develop a code-base or build software projects. That’s my jam! Physics & Math are great, but Visual Studio + Git gets the adrenaline really going. I like watching super old sci-fi tv-shows like Star-Trek: Next Generation. I also like old tv-shows in general like: Sanford & Son, The Jefferson’s. The Mountain Men on History Channel is absolutely fantastic. Practicing paradiddles is very reflex at this point haha! It seems many engineers often share the love for music.
Basic Computer Literacy
Electrical and Computer Engineering
High School Physics
Microsoft Power BI
Technology and Coding
Visual Basic .NET