Every student is unique so should the teaching style: basically I have a general overall main idea to what to cover and teach but adapt to each student's skill level. The student should either know what they want or not.
I have a passion in teaching, and I really enjoy it. I try to teach each subject as simple as possible. Usually I use many examples to explain different topics. Plus, I think, having students to work on homework, will help as well.
My teaching philosophy revolves around the student. It is my ultimate goal to help the student learn, not by memorization techniques which many are accustomed to, but by teaching the abstract concepts that really build the basis of computer science in general.
I teach beginner to advanced level computer science topics in python, Java, SQL and Scratch to students of all ages and backgrounds. My teaching methodology will depend on your specific needs but I always strive to make my lessons clear, informative, and engaging with a strong focus on practical applications.
I teach online via chat. Students should have a computer and the relevant programming language installed and come prepared with some exercises or questions. I was a TA for Theory of Algorithms at MIT as well, but I prefer not to give lectures and to work out real problems.
My teaching method is focused on keeping your engaged with learning, ensuring that I keep lecturing to a minimum while delivering you the necessary content and preparing you for hands on exercises. My teaching during hands on lab focuses on enriching your understanding of the material.
My methodology is practical application based. I believe in learning while doing.
I like to teach through examples and illustration so you will get a lot of that. I also advocate for reinforcement learning through projects. So do not be surprise if your entire learning experience is structured as a project.
Please don't mistake me for your typical computer nerd, I can hold a conversation on just about any topic and my first language is English. I would like to work with a few students (any experience level) closely so that we may build a strong and lasting relationship. I find the best way to learn how to code is with real-world application.
I am an expert programmer with a master's in AI and more than 20 years of extensive corporate, freelancing, tutoring experience. MY METHOD IS CUSTOMISED FOR YOU: I examine the student's background and areas of interest to fine-tune the learning experience and make it accessible. I focus on removing roadblocks and a DEEP UNDERSTANDING OF FUNDAMENTALS.
Hello, my name is Nicholas Finch. I am a Python developer for 2 years. All my lessons start from scratch, or from where you've left off in your environment. I explain everything in detail so that you can understand it easily. Using activities to apply what you have learned. My way of teaching is simple for delivering all the information to you.
Free introductory 30-min. session to discuss goals/objectives, set realistic expectations, identify and assess areas of weakness, strategize on coming up with a game plan, and match schedules for future sessions. Extremely patient, invested in your success, and understand your needs and help you out with a guide to achieving your goals.
I like a practical education rather than theoretical and that's what i would like to teach my students as well. The class would be more interactive and exploratory. I would like to learn something new from the students as well.
I like to focus on reason, teaching, and practice. First understand why you want to learn something. This is vitally important as it helps solidify an appreciation for the topic about to be discussed, and thus makes you more keen and receptive to the subject matter. After that, you simply learn and apply.
My teaching method provides an opportunity for students to apply what they learn in the classroom to real-life experiences has proven to be an effective way of both disseminating and integrating knowledge. I incorporate the following methods: LECTURE: an oral presentation of information by the instructor. ... DISCUSSION: involves two-way communication between participants. ...
You will learn skills, reinforce them with practical exercises, and become an expert. We will build your confidence so you can achieve your goals.
My teaching method is trying to get the basics right before trying to reach get further heights. Actually I believe that most of the so called advanced topics are not really that hard if the basics are well grasped.
I will be starting from the very basics of computer science and working towards different types of data types. You will be learning everything from printing to the screen to creating your own binary tree. You will learn every you will learn in a first-year college course in a fraction of the price.
I prefer to understand the core concepts followed by practicing till we completely understand. So, I often try to introduce a topic and follow it up with an exercise. This helps remember the topic, and also realize some things you can only learn when trying it yourself.
I like to get an understanding for the students background, what they know about the subject and how they would like to advance within the subject. its all about helping you reach your goals. I like to ask question and give subtle hints but over a period of time the hints will decrease in order to make things challenge and push you to your goals.
My teaching methodology is based on a teacher-centric learning, also often referred to as the traditional educational model, because it is basically what we are all used to associate with teaching and studying. In this model, students are considered to be de-facto “empty vessels”, passive receivers of knowledge and skills.
Each student is unique and has a unique way of learning, and I teach with this idea at the heart. In general, I start with the high level concepts, the ideas behind what is being taught, and the history of how it was learned, along with its practical applications.
My approach to teaching is to incorporate both a solid theoretical foundation, with hands-on experience in leading students into thinking about the problem before engaging in their solution. The proper teaching of Software Engineering cannot be limited to the presentation of techniques and notations.
I first have to see the level of students, To teach software I start with the basics, and start a step by step teaching process I have taught English for many years. I also know computers and I have worked in US /Hong Kong / China teaching many people /students English and many other subjects. I also taught Sunday Schools from 7-12 grades and I work very well with young adults.
I am engineer Mines Telecom (Data Scientist) following the preparatory classes at the grandes écoles Maths SUP / maths SPE. I offer tutoring in algorithms, programming languages (Java, C, C-shel, Python, Scala) in Artificial Intelligence and many other IT topics.
Coding skills primarily originate from solid background in mathematical logic and reasoning. In my 3 years of academic life i have been constantly acquainted with coding in one or the other way. I have about 3 years of experience in teaching basic programming in C and C++. My lessons are deeply designed based on the online courses of popular learning platforms like coursera and udemy.
I am a Biomedical Engineer, currently studying for a Master Degree in Engineering from the Federal University of the State of São Paulo. I have extensive knowledge and experience with Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Physiology, Anatomy, Calculus, Electrical Circuits, Robotics, Signal Processing, Data Science, Programming, English, and Scientific Writing.
This lession will be based on getting to grips with machine learning and AI applied to image analysis. Principles such as preparing your images, developing code and application will be covered.
My teaching methods are the following: * Assessment: Recognizing the specific needs of my students. * Development of Personal Education Plan: Once I acknowledge my student’s needs, goal, and strength, I will gear each lesson to cater to these details. * Model: Once my student understands the plan of attack, I will model several examples while clarifying and explaining the specific lesson.
I was student for a long time ( I am a PhD candidate so I passed undergrad level and masters ). I worked as a Teacher Assistant for 5 years. So I have a clear understanding of what professors expect from students. I am a computer scientist and a software developer. I can help you with any field related to my education and skills.
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