One might consider my teaching method somewhat orthodox.
I tend to use fewer jargons (Touche)
I believe if you can't explain the concept to a child you don't know the stuff very well yourself.
I can teach in the any one of the following methods,
1) Understand the concept clearly in depth.
2) Understand the concept just enough to pass the subject (due to time constraint or whatever).
3) No Time to explain what is heck is this stuff (Kinda like Come with me if you want to live situation).
I studied using examples a lot and tried to connect with the pop culture reference as much as I could.
I tend to use the same methodology, my motto for studying is as below.
Study in the simplest form you can leave all the technical\Jargons for the Exams best leave the confusion for the person who is evaluating your paper.
I am an Electrical Engineer, MBA, Qualified Professor.
Long Story Short went into Engineering because of Peer pressure, Took MBA because apparently, you need at least one Master Degree to survive in this cutthroat world (MBA Seemed to be the easy one)
Became a professor because after working for 3 years in an organisation, one will realise what exactly they want to do with their life sooner or later.I'm glad I realized the same sooner rather than later.
Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical & Electronics
M.B.A in Finance and HR
Qualified as Assistant professor in National Exam
Worked for 3 years in Portfolio Management.
Was the best employee for 2 years (last two)
Was awarded as the most friendly lecture in the institute (Don't know if that as a prank, but I would take it)
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