My name is Aslam Khan, and I love simplifying anything that appears to be a complex topic. I do this by using pictures (and lots of them!); pictures that are simple and illustrative to visualize the topic being explained.
Pictures help to encapsulate a seemingly humdrum and hard to remember concept by tapping into the visual areas of your brain. The more neural hooks you can build by evoking the senses, the easier it will be for you to recall the concepts and what it means. This is my whole basis of teaching this way that is to not only make my courses unique, but more importantly to engage and captivate my students into the topic under discussion.
We are visual creatures because most of our brain is wired for visual sensory processing. The quickest way to learn, remember and more importantly understand anything new is to not read it from a set of slides with a background narration from an instructor, but to visually see with your eyes what is being taught in the form of real-world objects, associate them to the topic being discussed, and then allow our brains to form those hard-to-forget indelible connections in our minds. That is why you will almost never find me using bullet points in my course lectures. By using the latest in touch-screen technology and a lot of on-screen sketches, I make the course lectures come to life ! I do this to have an impact on YOU, by LEADING your eyes to what you should focus on a slide, and letting your MIND follow-through, and to ultimately make you UNDERSTAND the topic. See it for yourself.
I work with businesses in understanding their complex problems, surfacing their business needs and offering viable technical solutions, overseeing change management, program benefits realization and organizational project management. I have also worked in the Clinical Data Management, Biostatistics and SAS Programming areas of the Life Science industry. I am a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a SAS Base and Advanced Certified Programmer, with a Master's Degree in Management Information Systems.