Taylor's University
Ministry of Malaysia Education Curriculum
Visiting Lecturer
Faculty of Education September 2014  January 2017 
Taylor's College
Ontario Curriculum
Lecturer
PreUniversity Studies July 2013  June 2017 
With the effective use of technology inside and outside the classroom (iPads, tablets, and laptops) students are supported in their learning through: alternative notetaking methods, applications that promote inquiry learning, collaboration tasks, multiple intelligence targeted lessons, graphing software, social media integration, and flipping classroom lessons with the use of videos and simulations. As a result, classroom time can be optimized to include higher level thinking questions and real world applications.

Mathematics Courses: Grade 12: Advanced Functions, University Preparation, MHF4U Calculus and Vectors, University Preparation, MCV4U Science Courses: Grade 11: Physics, University Preparation, SPH3U Chemistry, University Preparation, SCH3U Grade 12: Physics, University Preparation, SPH4U 
Blyth Academy Online
Ontario Curriculum
Blyth (Head Office & Admissions)
146 Yorkville Avenue [map] Toronto, ON, Canada M5R 1C2 Phone: (+1) 4169603552 Tollfree (North America only): 18669603552 Fax: 4169609506 
Course Developer
Online Education May 2014  Present 
Mathematics Course:
Grade 12: Calculus and Vectors, University Preparation, MCV4U Science Courses: Grade 11: Physics, University Preparation, SPH3U Grade 12: Physics, University Preparation, SPH4U 
Course Instructor
Online Education May 2014  Present 
Mathematics Course:
Calculus and Vectors, University Preparation, MCV4U Science Courses: Grade 11: Physics, University Preparation, SPH3U Grade 12: Physics, University Preparation, SPH4U 
Blyth Academy
Ontario Curriculum
Teacher
Semester 4 May  June 2013 
Introduced the use of Rich Learning Tasks inside the classroom to promote a change in the classroom culture from 'rote learning' into 'sense making.' Rich Learning Tasks are also used as Rich Assessment Tasks, which are used to provide students multiple opportunities for success and provide scaffolding for all students to be able to reach 'excellence.'

Mathematics Courses:
Grade 11: Functions and Applications, University/College Preparation, MCF3M Grade 11: Functions, University Preparation, MCR3U Grade 12: Advanced Functions, University Preparation, MHF4U Science Course: Grade 11: Physics, University Preparation, SPH3U 
Teacher
Summer School July  August 2012 
Focused on increasing the quality time of all learners by developing teaching and learning strategies for individuals with specialized needs. Maintained a high level of feedback to ensure course mastery for students on their homework, assignments, and tests. Furthermore, would help students with other essential skills, such as literacy and numeracy.

Mathematics Course:
Grade 10: Principles of Mathematics, Academic, MPM2D Science Course: Grade 11: Physics, University Preparation, SPH3U 
Teacher
Full Time September 2011  June 2012 
Incorporated creative lessons, reinforced expected background knowledge, and focused on more proof driven teaching techniques and real world modeling. Elevated the students’ subject knowledge beyond that of what is expected inside the classroom and gave them the confidence to pursue higher level education.

Mathematics Courses:
Grade 10: Principles of Mathematics, Academic, MPM2D Grade 11: Functions, University Preparation, MCR3U Grade 12: Calculus and Vectors, University Preparation, MCV4U Science Courses: Grade 11: Physics, University Preparation, SPH3U Grade 12: Physics, University Preparation, SPH4U 
Teacher
Summer School July  August 2011 
Ensured that the entire curriculum was delivered in an interesting and efficient way, which included lab sessions, group presentations, and applications of physics in everyday life. Large emphasis was put on theoretical work with opportunities for extensions on philosophical implications. Maintained contact with parents and administration of each student’s progress, and gave constructive feedback in ways for students to realize their true potential.

Science Courses:
Grade 11: Physics, University Preparation, SPH3U Grade 12: Physics, University Preparation, SPH4U 
Toronto District School Board
Ontario Curriculum
Teacher Candidate
10 weeks 20122013 
Mentorship provided into how to incorporate all exceptionalities inside classroom, whether through providing handouts, preparing alternate instructions, modifications to assessment. Also introduced to incorporating the use of technology and ICT inside classrooms for the teaching and learning of mathematics and physics. This lead to the development of my personal classroom website: quantumtunneling.net

Mathematics Courses:
Grade 9: Foundations of Mathematics, Applied MFM1P Grade 11: Functions and Applications, University/College Preparation, MCF3M Grade 11: Functions, University Preparation, MCR3U Science Courses: Grade 10: Science, Academic, SNC2D Grade 11: Physics, University Preparation, SPH3U Grade 12: Physics, University Preparation, SPH4U 