I believe it is necessary for a student to take good initiative when attempting to solve a problem. If, after having attempted a solution (for a prescribed period) I would get the student to explain his or her rationale, and then explain how I would approach the same problem. It is important for the student to "own" the solution (so to speak).
I am a (semi-retired) Professional Engineer; my career work has been developing heavy vehicles, large tractors and auxiliary equipment. My favorite subjects in school and college were always mathematics and sciences. I would like to pass my knowledge down to aspiring young people who are the future of our country!
1974 - Bachelor of Engineering, University of Saskatchewan
1977 - 1987 Farm Machinery Development Engineer - Saskatchewan and Manitoba
1988 - 2002 Heavy Truck / Military Vehicle Development Engineer - British Columbia
2003 - 2020 Consultant / Test Engineer - Alberta
2014 - Attained Patent for Roll-Stabilizing Vehicle Suspension
Presented Papers at Various Technical Conferences.
Member: Association of Professional Engineer of Alberta
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