Experience: Lecturer -- Dublin International Foundation College (January 2008 – Present Full-Time) Lecturer of Mathematics for Science & Engineering, Mathematics for Business, Statistics for Research Methods, Applied Mathematics, Physics, Topology, Computer Programming and Computer Skills Tutor -- Griffith College Dublin (January 2015, Summer Part-Time) Tutor of LC Maths (H) and LC Physics (H) Exam Writer -- The University of Manchester (January 2012 – 2014 Part-Time) Exam Writer in Science & Engineering Mathematics Teacher -- St Michael's College, Ailesbury Road, Ballsbridge (September 2012 – May 2013 Part-Time) Exam Writer in Science & Engineering Mathematics Teacher -- St Colmcille's Community School, Ballyboden (September 2008 – May 2009 Part-Time) Teacher of Applied Mathematics Teacher -- St. Mary's College CSSp, Rathmines (September 2006 – May 2007 Part-Time) Teacher of Applied Mathematics Tutor -- UCD's Mathematical-Science Department and Support Centre (September 2006 – May 2007 Part-Time) Tutor of Mathematics Exam Corrector -- The Dublin Examination Board, Clondalkin (2007, Summer Part-Time) Corrector of Mock Leaving Certificate papers Teacher -- St. Kevin's Community College, Clondalkin (September 2005 – May 2005 Part-Time) Teacher of Mathematics
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Publications: International Foundation Mathematics Workbook One Students looking to build their skills through extra practice worksheets or teachers seeking already-created workbooks, reinforcing key concepts for their students, need look no further. Anyone in a foundation program or first year-college math course is bound to find this workbook approachable and immensely useful.The workbook is written by a teacher, who understands the needs of math students and has been teaching the material covered in this workbook for over five years to a diverse host of students from different backgrounds and needs. Material presented includes Linear Equations and Matrices, Quadratic and Cubic Equations, Sequences and Series, Indices and Logarithms, Trigonometry, Differentiation, and Integration. With over 2,000 level-appropriate created questions to practice, mathematical skills and confidence are sure to be reinforced and boosted. View on Amazon. Mathematics Exams for Manchester University Exam Writer in Science & Engineering Mathematics
BA Mathematics -- Trinity College Dublin MSc Mathematical-Physics -- University College Dublin Certificate in English Language Teaching (CELT) -- Dublin School of English Coursera Certificates
Hi, I'm Stephen Easley-Walsh and I hold an honours Bachelors of Mathematics from Trinity College Dublin, which consistently ranks as the highest university in Ireland and is one of the top 100 universities in the world. My honours Masters of Science for Mathematical-Physics is from University College Dublin. And I now also hold a CELT from Dublin School of English. Right now, I am lecturing at Dublin International Foundation College (DIFC). DIFC provides what is called an International Foundation Year. This is targeted at International students that have English as a second language. Basically, they are taught subjects that are related to what they want to study at university to a first year level. I lecture Mathematics for Business, Science and Engineering students, Physics, ICT, Statistics and some ESAP. By the end of the year my students would be at the same level as someone going into year one or sometimes year two of university and have the equivalent of the A-Levels under their belt. What makes DIFC different (to a Irish secondary school) is the huge diversity of students that study with us. China, UAE, France, Italy, South Korea, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Uruguay, Vietnam, and Lebanon are just some of the countries I have students from in my class. Having students from so many diverse backgrounds, challenges me as a teacher to find the best learning devices to ensure maximum academic achievement. This has developed my teaching skills by equipping me with the knowledge to cater for students with different needs and skill levels. A lot of my evenings are taken up with private tutorials. I mostly help Trinity College Dublin Undergrad students with Mathematics. However, I sometimes have the pleasure of helping Masters level students, which is a great treat for me. And when I have free time I do enjoy taking online classes with Coursera. In addition to this I also teach Applied Mathematics to Irish Students. This is normally taught over two years but can be taught in one (which is what I do). I only do grinds in the evening which can vary from month to month. For example in July I'll be doing university repeats like maths and stats 1 in Trinity. In January I would have anxious LC students looking for grinds... and so on.