Learning programming languages requires primarily programming. Programming is a subset of problem solving. Programming requires knowledge of the programming language, logic, math (often), and creative problem solving. Concepts are explained clearly if there is a need. Otherwise, practice is the focus. Active learning is best in any subject.
I teach complex, abstract topics simply. I break down complicated subjects into discreet, understandable parts. I focus on plan and design, I identify and find solutions to problems, I teach creative and understandable code writing, and I demonstrate programming directly from written, verbal or graphical descriptions.
My degree is in Computer Engineering and have given lessons to experienced professionals as well as entry-level students. I use mostly discussion and demonstration with lectures to share critical knowledge and practical experiences. My lessons are humorous and very interactive.
My teaching method is to start by introducing what is computer science and what are the advantages and disadvantages of communicating with a computer with code. The bases of tutoring computer science is to learn the main functions of using programming languages and how to operate code/debug code.
I normally provide slides for particular topics and try to explain the topics. While going over the slides, I work with the students to do sample code that helps them better understand the slides. I encourage questions. My philosophy is that the only stupid question is the one you don't ask.
While I primary teach to adults at the undergraduate college level, I also provide lessons for high school students curious about computer science and programming who want to get their hands wet learn more about whether it's a career they might want to pursue.
My teaching method is two parts: teach the fundamental knowledge needed, and then build projects that allow us to apply that knowledge so we have a great understanding of the material. I want students to understand that this type of teaching may be slightly more challenging at first, but it forces us to grow as programmers, and have a better understanding than most.
It is my belief that education should be both stimulating and entertaining. In this way, students are better able to retain additional knowledge, and think of creative problem solving skills when dealing with difficult programs. An example of this, is teaching a student how to create a small version of their favorite games, like Pokémon.
Learning to code is learning a particular way of thinking about a problem and breaking it down into manageable, testable steps, no matter what language you use. The best way to do this is to have a good problem to work on and dive in! If you don't already have one for work or a class, we can create one together to work on.
I am a graduate student and an instructor in Computer Science. As a student, the best way to learn is in a friendly environment. Learning through examples helps you remember well. We can go through different levels of couching based on your knowledge and requirement.
I focus on each student individually and brush up the knowledge in areas that are needed most. Each lesson can be planned to uniquely accommodate for specific skill set and best prepare for set goals as examinations, material revision or general knowledge.
Everyone has a different way of learning. That's why the traditional classroom is ineffective for many students. I take the time to discover how you learn and customize the course material to best suit your learning style. Do you look forward to assignments in class? If you don't, then something is wrong.
I am an easygoing third year computer science student looking to teach all ages. I teach progressively and use project based lessons with the goal of creating something that is both interesting and useful.
My teaching methodology is very practical. I don't regurgitate what are in the classic textbooks. What I do I give students off line you tube videos and slides which they can read off line and come to the classes knowing the background. In the classes, I go over the concepts focusing on the practical aspect of the subject.
My teaching methodology will differ with every person. Through working with many different students, I have learned that different students have different needs and learning habits. The first few lessons are important to realize what method of learning is most effective for the student.
My greatest passion is teaching and exchanging knowledge.. I believe in sharing knowledge in a funny interactive and attractive methods, I can teach students from different levels (elementary to University) I tend to have flipped classes and activity based lessons.
I am trying to help students who doesn't understand or know programming, computer gaming, or other fields. I would see where the student is struggling and try to focus on that area until the student has it down. My mythology is to see what the student likes and try to change some of the questions around so they can understand the question.
My teaching methods are to first know what a student’s level is, I then start a plan for each student, I use a number of books and other aids. It also depends on his or her locations and their requirements, and also the grade level, I also teach ADD and ADHD students.
As a college student, I have learned a lot from studying the theory and applying it to real world problems. Similarly, I hope to first teach the basics and build on that. I believe that a fundamental understanding is of utmost importance when hoping for success. I hope to tutor in the same way and exude patience and understanding in the face of difficult topics.
What's important for me is that before getting into the meat of a session with a student, I get a feel for how they think. This feeling goes beyond acquired skills and says something about a students predispositions, and to an extent their personality. We'd frame a lesson based not only on the criteria at hand, but around your personality in order to accentuate strengths and identify weaknesses.
1)online learning method. 2)can give lecture by using slides 3)can deliver notes 4)The teacher’s primary role is to coach and facilitate student learning and overall comprehension of material, and to measure student learning through both formal and informal forms of assessment, like group projects, student portfolios, and class participation.
One on one tutoring on classes that you may be struggling with. Can tutor college level math to college students at a reasonable rate. I allow free 2 hours of trial tutoring to see if you think I am a good fit.
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.
I base my teaching on what I learned in college, what I learned from experience, and what I learned from trial and error. Learning to code is important, but learning to logically think about the process needed to complete a task is more important.
I am 3 college degrees two in computer science and one in accounting and taught in high school and colleges for 27 years. I also have 11 years experience in related computer work. I have written in 15 different programning languages.
I have tutored students in the whole range of k-12th grade as well as college students and graduate students in Mathematics( Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus 1 & 2, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Statistics, etc.
I have been giving classes to Bachelor students. And also volunteered to teach high school students. I explain the concept and show how to solve the real time problems practically on computer in class. Students get to work with me in class.
I'll try to start with the base concepts first, once those are grasped I find the rest comes easy. Once everything is planned out conceptually, building your design out in small, incremental pieces is usually the best approach in my experience. Right now I am aiming at helping in the range of high school to early college courses (programming 101 - 102).
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.
Where computer programming is the focus, I do not believe that the knowledge and skills required to become a competent programmer can be developed solely through cycles of independent practice and formal assessments (which may occur in settings that over-emphasise 'doing').
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