I try to relate theory with application. I try to make theory as simple and relatable as possible. Anecdotes are always a great way to make people understand something complex. A typical class (about an hour) would be 20-25 minutes of theory and a couple of practice problems for the next 10-15 minutes followed up with a recap and homework for the day. I'd budget time with similar ratios for classes lasting longer.
I'm a third-year mechanical engineering student at UofT interested in aerospace and astrophysics. I lived in India all my life and finished my high school there. I took up physics, chemistry, and math as my 3 core subjects. I was taught in English and it's pretty much my first language. I've always had fun doing math and physics and want to help others feel the same way I did.
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