My teaching methods are quite flexible and adaptable to my student's preferences. My typical class would be a structured system involving a consensual agreement with my student(s) from the beginning on the specific topics i will teach within a particular timeframe at the end of which, we will take assessments to evaluate the progress made. For sudents taking exams or who have assignments or specific requirements, the structure could be reviewed/adjusted at any time.
My teaching techniques would be the conventional student-teacher pattern where i teach, answer questions, give classworks and assignments etc however, i have a penchant for flexibility to adjust to what suits a particular student. I love to discuss with my students to understand the difficulties being experienced and what would work best. I could also give academic and maybe moral counseling where required and appropriate.
From my teaching experiences so far, i believe i am good at tutoring and i like setting personal targets as well as for my students where required or deemed beneficial.
I could take degree level students although preferably college and high school students.
I am currently a PhD student in the University of Saskatchewan. My research area is in Electrical Engineering, renewable energy
forcasting methods and microgrids
I got a Distinction in my MSc in Renewable Energy and Clean Tech from the University of Manchester in 2016.
I got a First Class in Electrical Engineering in my BSc from the University of Benin in 2013
I tutored A level students in Physics and Mathematics in the interval between my Bsc and my Msc
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