High School Graduate with a focus on Math, English, and Art College Graduate in Computer Programming and Computer Support and Help Desk Intership with the Hardin County School System One Semester of Teaching Computer Science Tutoring various Subjects while in School and after Graduation
I am a Business teaching intern, in my senior year at college. I prefer to teach online via skype or zoom to allow my students to learn hands on with the ability for me to access to their screens. I am very patient and willing to help my students understand their material.
I have an associates in science. I try to begin with an open questioning of basic conputer the students skills and an affirmation of what the student wishes to gain from the course. Overall lesson stucture being considered fairly open ended.
-I can adapt to any situation, I know how what styles work with students and what don't -I like to bring a sense of ease to these sometimes difficult and frustrating topics -Computers are my forte, I promise if you stick with me, you will learn to love computers and how to excel in word ;)
I have over 20 years of experience with Microsoft Office and email programs and a background in teaching a variety of subjects. I can tailor a program to answer your specific questions and needs, or provide a general overview.
I am a retired educator and administration support person with 12 years of experience in teaching and learning. I have a BA in Liberal Studies from Shaw University and a Master's in Education from Strayer University. I have taught reading, writing, math, and technology to elementary, middle and 9th graders.
College educated and with two decades in front of and behind cameras I have practical and creative use of film style and digital cameras. It is a talent to know what an excellent image is and it is an art form to create an image.
The way I would teach you would give you the hands on version of the class , I have trained 5 of my personal family members and they hare all making 100k plus in there new career. I can teach you how to protect yourself from security threats and how not to get hacked.
While I've developed both loose and firm/goal-based curricula, my tutoring and teaching approach encourages my students to take the conversation down the paths they need to gain the knowledge they need. I find that, that way, others learn things they wouldn't have thought to ask, and I tend to learn in the process as well.
I am a Masters Degree student in Information Technology giving lessons to all ages who are interested. I use practical, real-world examples to convey complex topics in a simple-to-understand manner.
My preferred method of education is first by showing and explaining, then having my student/s show me and explain in their own words. If there is a misunderstanding or confusion, then I would find out what the issue is, educate the student, walk them through the steps again, then have them show me without assistance.
I base my classes on real life work related lessons. I start by teaching where to find essential buttons in the software, that way you become familiar. I ensure you understand the concepts and master it, and then move on with the next lessons. I provide step by step instruction, and a lot of practice.
- AAS degree in design engineering - Practical applications with guidebook interactions and references for a general outlook prior to intricate working knowledge.
As a tutor, my goal is mentoring and teaching students skills that exceed expectations. My classes are tailored to the needs of students at different levels, from learning the basics to expanding expertise. I am patient and can simplify complicated technology for students to grasp and understand.
I offer graphic design lessons to those who are new and beginning to learn the subject. Whether it's illustration, branding, fashion, or packaging design, I want my students to branch out in all fields of design. By teaching the basics of programs in Adobe Suite, I will teach color theory and typography, which enables one to prepare for any field.
I have a great deal of patience and am happy to answer the same question multiple times if necessary. I prefer that the student "drive" to get better acquainted with the subject matter. This helps to reinforce the subject matter and will provide a better learning experience.
The way I approach my teaching is I strive to find out the best way to teach each of the individuals in their native learning style. i.e. lecture/video/articles and any other resources they are comfortable with in grasping the content and material.
I love to teach computer in every day terms, with everyday experiences that is relate-able. I would love to work with all grades students who need assistance with homework, or even enthusiasts that are interested in learning more.
My intention is to show people the easiest way to go about learning how to code. I started out trying to learn how to code the hard way and without any sort of real guidance.
We all have different styles of learning. I'm not your typical bookworm-ish who can read Table of contents to end and absorb. I touch, I feel, I ask and I experiment. When we make content fun, relevant, when students leave wanting to "try that at home" I know I'm on the right track.
I cater my classes and tutoring to every student. All students have their own learning method or combination thereof. Whereas curriculum can be replicated for subsequent class groups, I have always found such needs to be tailored for new groups of learners but also so as to keep up with technology trends.
When I worked in aerospace, I often had to teach my clients how to solve the problems WITH us and to factor them into the solution we were building together. As I am new to teaching online, I will apply that same thinking to the student. I will listen to what the student needs and craft a course to help them reach their goal with custom lessons molded to their particular need.
My teaching method is to study in parts the terms that make up a definition in order to understand better in practice. Ex .: The computer science is the science that studies the means of storage, processing and transmission of information based on an electronic equipment known as Computer.
My teaching method is interactive. I base my topics on basic required concepts of coding and the approach to each topic will be understanding the knowledge base of you then began teaching information in full detail. My approach has helped many realize programming can be fun.
My teaching style involves hands-on learning with plenty of visual aids. When learning about technology or business it's vital that students are allowed to ask plenty of questions and visually see what an instructor is lecturing on. I also like to include hands-on lab style teaching whenever I can. Overall my students will not be given a boring textbook style lecture.
My teaching methodology is based on years of classroom and professional hands-on experience. Excellent use of story-boarding and articulating the subject matter is a concise manner, where interactive dialogue is paramount. Completed a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and partial Masters Degree at MIT during tenure at AT&T Global Services.
My teaching methods is combining both training and hands on experience allowing the student to understand the background of the subject as much as the concept and practice with hands on technology as the best way to understand IT is to play with the technology. I also practice online learning to allow them to be open to the new trend and develop their self learning skills.
My teaching methodology is to help you approach material using traditional and some forms of technology. I believe in giving positive feedback and will coach you along the way as you experience success and sometimes frustration. My approach will help you grow academically and will rely on questions, quizzes and mock exams to help you feel comfortable with the material.
I am giving lessons to students who seek to open the door to the modern world of technology. I give examples and visualize images to understand the flow of code and algorithm. I would like to help more people understand and know about the beauty and power of technology that they can do via programming.
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Perfect! Vikas is really an excellent tutor. He starts from the basics and patiently answers all questions along the way. I very much recommend him.
Perfect! Matthew has been a very helpful tutor for me in CSE 142. Matthew is very patient, insightful, and fun to work with. He easily adjusted to my learning style to teach me how to understand concepts better than if I attended lecture alone (personally, I...
Perfect! I recommend Matthew to other aspired Programmers. I've learned key concepts in Computer Science, & am gaining insights everytime we meetup. He responds to my questions & emails. And even is giving a letter of recommendation for me. Great find.
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