I joined the School of Engineering and Applied Science, Aston University as a Teaching Fellow in 2014. Before joining Aston University, I was the subject leader of Engineering and Tutor of Engineering and Physics at Cambridge Education group and Coventry Foundation Campus where I taught international students for five years.
I have 15 years’ experience in teaching Physics, Engineering Science and Mathematics and Electronics Engineering to national and international students at different colleges and universities in the UK and overseas institutions.
2014-present: Teaching fellow in Physics, School of Engineering and Applied science, Aston University.
Starting 2005, I have been associated with leading international colleges and universities as a teaching fellow in Physics and Engineering. Here is a summary of my involvements:
2005-2007: Lecturer in Electronics, Mahatma Gandhi University, Dubai, UAE
1997-1999: Senior Research fellow, Jadavpur University, India and published two conference papers.
I am the module leader of SE0PSF (Physical Science and Engineering Foundation) and SE0PHS (Physics for Health Scientist)
I undertake the tutorial class of first year BSc Applied Modern Physics (AP1MPH) students.
I am the External Examiner of A level Physics of the following boards: International Baccalaureate (IB), Edexcel, AQA, Cambridge International exam Board. I am also the moderator of A Level Physics of Edexcel examination board.
Administration: I lead numerous outreach activities with local schools. It includes
D. Goswami & R. Broadbent, Enhancing student engagement and active participation via a flipped learning approach, Proceedings of the 5th Annual Symposium of the United Kingdom & Ireland Engineering Education Research Network, 2017, pp.114-116
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