I am a Mechanical Engineer, formerly working at a company that designed products for military and police. Currently I am teaching Engineering and Manufacturing at a local High School.
Method of instruction is best done with some initial direct lecture while periodically checking for understanding via student involvement in working through presented examples. Further understanding is ensured via working on real-life or relatable problems and, as much as possible, reinforced through hands-on projects.
I am a teacher, not a teller; for me it is better to get the wrong answer the RIGHT way, rather than the right answer the WRONG way. i.e. it is better to understand what one is doing, rather than mindlessly doing something robotically.
I have been assisting those around me all my life, but only until recently have I begun to do so in a professional manner (I have just become a High School teacher).
Currently I am teaching around 150 different students each week.
Students have gained a better understanding of what a manufacturer and engineer truly are (this is what I teach in the High School). They have also come to understand that for me and much of the world, Attitude is number 1 before Skills and Knowledge, and only one so highly gifted in the latter two can manage with little of the former.
I have a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a Math Minor.
I have a temporary teaching certificate which will be finalized in a few years along with a Masters in Education.
I have worked at Toyota, Trane, and a global military/ police manufacturer.
I have studied abroad or working in Germany, Japan, Australia, Vietnam, South Korea, and Philippines.
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