I like to understand students first, because they are the major part of the process. I try to act as their friend more than a teacher in this phase so that then can open up and quickly open up to tell their fears about the subject. This phase gives me the basis of which I've to start teaching them. Later on I believe in giving them understanding of every single bit of information in more visual manner.
I'm an electronics engineer and I have the teaching experience in engineering college. I've taught digital fabrication, electronics, design and programming. I was also mentoring the students those who were taking FabAcademy course which is the program rolled out by MIT, USA professors.
I hold the diploma in Industrial Electronics and Bachelor's degree in Electronics.
Currently I'm pursuing post graduate diploma in electronics and embedded systems at Fanshawe College, London, ON.
I take consultancy projects in the electronics and embedded systems, that's how I have field experience.
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