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professors of ECE (or any related engineering field)

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Re: professors of ECE (or any related engineering field)
« Reply #20 on: November 25, 2014, 03:42:27 PM »
Above average siguro ang grades or top of the class. Kaya inoffer ng teachings. Same ng panganay ko sa plm pagkagrad nagtuturo na din.

maraming mga prof na average students lang din nung estudyante pa sila. minsan mas magagaling sila magturo sa average students dahil alam nila 'yung level nung average students at kung paano mas madali nilang intindihin.

tulad nung isa naming prof nung college na sobrang galing, may mga topic na madali siyang naituturo, pero 'yung mga advanced na topics, nahihirapan siyang i-relay sa mga estudyante, masyadong complex/advance 'yung approach niya. iilan lang ang nakakaintindi sa mga advanced topics niya, at 'yung mga estudyantend nakaintindi na ang nagtuturo sa mga kaklase nila.
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Re: professors of ECE (or any related engineering field)
« Reply #21 on: November 25, 2014, 04:21:19 PM »
Parang noong nagpaalam ako sa dati kong mentor. Sinabihan ng kasama niya na paturuin kami with my classmates. Hahaha makakapagturo lang siguro ako kung may kasamang mga batchmates. Ibig sabihin mukhang ang bobo ko.  ;D ;D   well, tama sila.
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Re: professors of ECE (or any related engineering field)
« Reply #22 on: November 25, 2014, 05:15:45 PM »
the best way to learn is to teach.....

nga pala, yung naikuwento kong UP prof, electronics ang subject na itinuturo nya,  ;)
at kahit ganoon sya, madalas naming pasyalan sa office, pinapakitaan kami ng mga projects nya..
at siya pa rin ang favorite teacher ko, maliwanag mag-explain, hindi ka aantukin...
at kahit pa 10 minutes lang per session, dami ka pa ring matututuhan..
ganun sya ka effective as a teacher....baka kilala nyo sya, si Mr. Javier.... 8)

meron pa akong isang teacher, si Mr. Aquino, nagtuturo din ng nuclear physics...
Boolean Algebra ang hilig nyang ituro....mahilig sya sa mga relay circuits...
pag natawag ka nya at nasagot mo ang tanong nya, hindi katitigilan hanggang hindi ka nagkakamali...
kaya hayun at kahit saan subject kami magkita, palagi akong tinatanong...
nakatulong naman sa aki, nung magtrabaho na ako sa Telefunfen as a line technician,
nagamit ko yung skill sa pag rerepair ng mga Soldering machines, nagkakabit ng die ng trannie
sa mga headers...yung control cabinet nya puno ng relays, nasa mga 100 pcs...
yung mapa nya or schematics 20 feet ang haba x 14 inches ang lapad...
minsan nasakit na ang ulo ko kakaisip, sinipa ko yung console...presto gumana na ng normal yung machine... ;D
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Re: professors of ECE (or any related engineering field)
« Reply #23 on: November 25, 2014, 05:41:46 PM »
for me kung by the book lang you can teach your student how to read resistors color code, pero kung nakawork ka na probably you can also teach your student how to know the value of burnt resistors kahit nawala na ang mga code.

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