Exploring the world of science is one of the fun fact of my life so that I earned Ph.D. in Physics. My experience in teaching involved in developing syllabi and I taught:
• General Physics 111: Classical mechanics, thermodynamics, and waves
• General Physics 112: Electricity, magnetism, and optics
I have taught at universities and colleges since 2013. This was a great opportunity for me to build a part of my career as a young scientist. Teaching wasn’t only a career and it was more a hobby to me to find new friends (students) with fresh minds, positive and energetic attitudes. Teaching was the best teacher in my life. I learned more when I taught courses. I am glad had the opportunity to teach the courses as follows:
• Introductory of mechanics
• Introductory of magnetism
and during my Ph.D. I was delighted to mentor summer students. I taught students how to have hands-on experiments or solving questions numerically such as thin film fabrication process with pulsed laser deposition system, analyzing the surface of thin film samples by atomic force microscopy and scripting Matlab to define physical models to do data analysis. As a senior graduate student in our group, it was part of my responsibility to teach new graduate students to use lab instruments.