Personally, I favor the following approaches in my teaching:
1. Incorporation of real-life and culturally relevant examples.
2. Detailed problem solving, including sample problems from relevant course materials.
3. Integration of pedagogical approaches.
In short, you will learn a concept, solve related problems, and become exam-ready.
I have a PhD in materials chemistry from the University of Saskatchewan, and have taught Chemistry at UCalgary and Algoma University. I have 8+ years of experience teaching freshman and advanced chemistry at the university level in Canada, with a special focus on introductory chemistry for interdisciplinary students.
Ph.D., University of Saskatchewan
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1. Efficient, independent, and goal-oriented knowledge transfer and problem solving.
2. Supervision of research personnel for the purpose of cutting-edge research as well as training
and development of highly qualified researchers capable of independent work.
3. Comfortable using, maintaining, and troubleshooting common research equipment, including, but not limited to, spectrophotometers, TEM/SEM, GC-MS, SQUID magnetometers, etc.
4. Maintaining safe and sustainable research practices.
5. Formidable language and communication skills (118 out of 120 in TOEFL iBT; 1500 out of 1600
6. Adept at using various open-source as well as proprietary operating systems, office suites, data
analysis, graphing, typesetting, and other software.
1. CHEM 112 - Introductory Chemistry - University of Saskatchewan (40 students)
2. CHEM 114 - General Chemistry for Engineers - University of Saskatchewan (30 students).
3. CHEM 231 - Inorganic Chemistry I - University of Saskatchewan (25 students).
4. Residential Science Tutor, Residence Services, University of Saskatchewan.
5. Replacement Lecturer at Queen’s University while being employed as a research fellow (100
6. Replacement Lecturer at the University of Calgary (42 students).
7. Course coordinator, Algoma University, CHMI 1006 (25 students).
Alberta Innovates - Eyes High Fellowship (2016 - 2018).
Kokes Award, 24th North American Meeting (NAM) of the Catalysis Society
Dr. Gerhard Herzberg Thesis Acceleration Award, University of Saskatchewan
Best student contribution in Fundamental Catalytic Research, Canadian
Catalysis Symposium, Edmonton (2014).
Saskatchewan Innovation and Opportunity Scholarship (2012).
Graduate Research Fellowship, University of Saskatchewan (2013).
VWR International Scholarship (2010).
Dean’s Scholarship, University of Saskatchewan (2010-2012).
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