I believe no concept is too hard and no question too dumb. I approach teaching in the way Nobel Prize laureate Dr Richard Feynman described - we need to relate new concepts to ones we already know. This way we are able to build on our current knowledge and connect the web of information. This also how we identify gaps in our knowledge and allow us to complete the picture and have a more concrete and wholesome knowledge.
I'm an Electrical Engineer (QUT) but am studying Masters of Dentistry at Griffith University on the Gold Coast. I have always loved science and mathematics and have a keen interest in computers and technology. I have a wide set of experiences which have helped me communicate difficult concepts effectively and simply.
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