DPS DrivingSchool.com

DPS DrivingSchool.com

5.0 (2)
6 hires on Lessons.com
3 employees
8 years in business

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Garland, TX 75044
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  • Mark Crowder

    Naeem Jahangir is very professional and helpful. Also very patient.


    Naeem is very patient and empowers his students. He explains everything multiple times and when he corrects you he does it in a very nice way, not frustrated.


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

 I show my students exactly what is expected and explain to them how to solve problems.I then assist individually.

I truly believe in the cooperative learning model.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have bechelor and Masters in science and I am certified tdlr driving instructer. I do teach in college. So I am passionate to teach who are willing to learn.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

The average cost for teaching driving is 45-80 dollar per hour. hiring a driver instructer to help improve your driving will likely to spend between 45 and 80 dollar per hour. The price of leaning driving can very greatly by region (and even by zip code). if it is within 5 miles of zip code (75044/75023) where I am at my cost $75.00.

How did you get started teaching?

I prepared for my teaching career in four particular ways. 

First, I suppose the most basic way was to take several classes in Science at the undergraduate level. This allowed me to determine whether I wanted to go into teaching profession. 

Second, I was able to tutor during college at the writing center at my University. This allowed me to get hands on experience. I liked tutoring and helping other students. 

Third, since I wanted to teach, I made sure that I mastered my field as best as I could. So, I completed graduate work in Engineering. I was convinced that what made a good teacher was not only the ability to communicate and teach well, but also mastery over a body of knowledge. I was also lucky enough to teach at the college level for a few years. This gave me more experience.

Finally, I talked with other teachers and gained their perspectives. Even today I do the same. 

What types of students have you worked with?

Teens (15-17) and 18+

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

It was a birthday celebration of one of my cousins and I consider it as an important and memorable event as I met so many of my relatives in a single day and I had a really great time with them. This was a rare event for me and I enjoyed a lot.

It was three or four years ago and the birthday party was arranged in a large party hall in our hometown. My uncle and aunt decided to celebrate their son- John’s birthday, as they were scheduled to leave the country in few months to permanently live in Australia. This was John’s 12th birthday and his parents invited more than 300 guests. The guest-list included mostly our relatives, John’s friends, my uncle’s colleagues, and some neighbours.

This was a special event and happy celebration for me basically because of two reasons. I said goodbye and wished luck to John and my uncle and I had a chance to meet so many of my relatives in a single evening. This was quite exciting to see all my close relatives and their children. Just after I reached the party hall I noticed that some of my cousins were gossiping together. It was a long since I had seen many of them. They were also happy to see me and they called other cousins and we enjoyed our time together. We talk about each other, took photos together, exchanged our phone numbers and enjoyed our dinner. On this very occasion I met some of my relatives after quite a long and meeting them in person was a very stirring experience for me.

I also bought a gift for John, the birthday boy, and congratulated him. I also invited my uncle to visit us with his family before they leave the country. My younger sister Sara and my parents were very happy and excited about the whole event and I could tell they enjoyed the event very much. I must say this was a very rare occasion and the excitement and delight it brought for me was boundless.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

If there's one word that was repeated over and over by principals, it was the word passion. Passion for knowledge. Passion for teaching. Passion for educators.

I look for an individual with a passion to receive and impart knowledge, someone who can relay the information they receive to students with diverse abilities,

Passion is one of those qualities that can come across clearly in an interview situation, Passion can be seen in body language, the eyes, gestures, chosen words of speech, and speech inflection. I look for those things when words are mentioned regarding children, teaching, and learning.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

When I teach one of my jobs here at school is to help make sure that every single one of you can do your best learning every day. As a school instructor, that’s how I start my first classroom guidance lesson every year. I go on to say, for you to do your best learning, you need certain kinds of skills. You need to be able to do things like follow directions the first time, listen with a thinking brain, focus during work time, and keep good self-control. When you have these skills, you can do your best learning, and your teachers can do their best teaching.

Lessons offered

Driving Schools Adult Basic Education Classes