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I am UW graduate with Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering since 2005 with long record-track of teaching experience and even papers on STEM education. I consider teaching a fun experience and need to consider the psychology of students in order to teach them using the best adaptive practices.
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2005: Ph.D. in ECE from UW
2006: Teaching at Laurier's Dep. of physics and computer engineering
2007-9: industrial experience in the USA
2009-12: research fellow at KAUST
2012: Teaching electronics in U of Guelph
2013: industrial experience at IMS
2014: Teaching Physics at AUM, Kuwait
2015-17: Teaching Microelectronics in UAEU, UAE.
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