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"When illustrating the movement of molecules, I compare it to the dance floor: molecules move about like skilled dancers who know which way to go to under shear force.” The prize-winning University Lecturer Ndegwa Maina teaches the applied chemistry and laboratory work to students of Food Sciences by asking a lot of questions and giving examples from everyday life. The applications are still open until 10 Jan 2020 for the Master’s Programme in Food Sciences as well as our 34 other International Master’s Programmes.
An awakening curiosity makes you learn, which is why good teachers ask a lot of questions | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

On one course, Ndegwa Maina held an examination right at the start to get the students to familiarise themselves with the course topics and review what they had previously learnt about them.