Truly great mathematicians only follow the rules. Maths is about learning rules, where, how, why and when to apply them. Learning the rules is the hard part so I teach in unusual ways that is not only fun but useful. Differabled folks are those who have a classified disability and are living with it which makes them champs in my eyes. I only ever do one to one and only one student at a time but I make exceptions for differabled people and champion carer and disability rights.
|University of Wolverhampton||Civil Engineering||BEng (Hons) Civil and Transport Engineering Undergraduate|
|Technical college (Pietermaritzburg)||Mechanical engineering||NTC IV Mech. Eng.|
|Foundation Business School||Business Accounting||Accounts clerk|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology||3. Materials Selection and Economics||Certificate|
|eDCC||Advanced Microsoft Office (Word & Excel)||Power User|
I have had a little professional experience tutoring and most people who know me have stated I ought to be a qualifoed lecturer or teacher because of my ability to engross my student in the subject matter in practical ways. The immersion in the study matter becomes a thing of interest with real applications so that the person learning from me nor only understands the subject but appreciates the how, when and where to use the knowledge. The subject is not nearly as important as the wisdom imparted in the learning process of becoming proficient.