1. Visualization It can be very hard for students to understand a list of disconnected facts. Knowledge that is organized and connected to concepts with a goal of mastery, including the ability to visualize the concepts, can lead to the ability to transfer knowledge and to a deeper, longer-term understanding of what is being taught. 2.
I am willing to give lessons to any and all, glad to help as much as I can. I believe the best way to teach is for more flexible lessons, able to change based on the student needs. At the beginning, we will go over basic skills, teaching you how to work your way around Unity before eventually, I will assign you a project.
I have given lessons to students (K-12), college students, and adults, everyone learns differently. I find that most learn by doing. We will work together to determine the best learning approach for you. We will go through the materials and having in depth discuss and working through sample problems together.
My classes are remote, but I am always accessable with Skype / Discord always available to my students. There is a private Discord channel that we will set up and will allow you to collaberate with other students, and communicate with me directly.
I have done face-to-face teaching and online ones. I am a very patient instructor who understands where you are with these classes because I have been there and may be there again next week :) My goal is to get you to your next sweet spot.
I like hands on mentoring using real world examples. I can teach in person or online via Skype, TeamViewer, etc. I am also available for phone consultation. I like to mentor individuals and small groups. Regular classes and sessions can arranged at package rate.
My teaching method is I teach them in a step by step process per topic and let them understand the topic. I let them execute of what we have discussed for better understanding and I am open in questions raised.
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.
I believe in easiest way to learn is following the teacher. Learning from his experience because the time and effort he/she put in acquiring skills are easily served to the student. And this learning should be open, meaning not restricted to few notes or books. More use of different type of study material available on internet and practicing is the key to learn the programming languages.
My teaching methodology is to have the student understand the subject/topic with both explanations and problem-solving skills and lesson plans are to start from basic and then stepwise increasing the expertise level on the lesson topics and revising the issues learned frequently
I love to teach. I adjust to the audience and can teach anyone at any age or skill level. I break down concepts into simple definitions, pulling from the origins of words and how they were adopted for use in computer science. I like to learn who students are and create examples that excite and engage them.
I think writing code is the most important part of learning code. I love to help students solve problems and understand various programming concepts. I prefer helping students who are beginning a language or concept, but am open to teaching students at all levels.
I'm very patient, gearing my instruction towards each student. I do very well in communicating my ideas and instructions in a very easy to understand way. Once I've figured out the level you are on, I can get you on the track to rise quickly.
I like doing practice problems and small coding projects to develop a good knowledge of the various programming languages I teach.
I tailor my classes and tutoring to the student. I like to ask them what they want to learn and what their objectives are. I have over 25 years experience so I try to use real world examples.
Lessons are catered to the student. My teaching methods are pretty adaptive and the complexity of the material will shift to suit the subjects needed. I tend to guide students to the answer, but I really try my best to allow them to reach a solution on their own. You should never be afraid to make mistakes - sometimes you learn the most from making them.
I've taught high school students computer science fundamentals through Microsoft's TEALS program, but I'm comfortable tutoring anyone willing to learn. During a session, I will introduce new material and address any blockers the student may have with it. Then, I let the student put their new knowledge to practice (e.g. pseudo-code implementation, building quick module and running, etc.).
I prefer the Montessori way of doing things, in that you best learn about a subject from a fun project that a student comes up with.
My teaching method is simplify problems into small chunks and solve it step by step. Write algorithm to each small chunk and start programming it.
I will first give you overview of topic then give whole explanation.
I teach by giving examples and allowing the student to try things for themselves.
I graduated in Computer Science from State University of New York at Buffalo. I believe in excellence and education is essential for this. I give lessons to students from school to the college level, being thorough and complete in my teaching, judging the student starting from the basics through to the advanced level.
I give lesson mostly to college student that major in computer science, Information Technology, Information Systems or any major that related to computer programming I teach by showing the students how to solve a problem then see if the students have some questions.
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.
I am willing to meet you at your place or conduct a skype phone call in order to give you lessons.
I prefer to start with the basics just to get an idea of where to start. If the student isn't quite sure where they're getting lost my second step includes a bit of quizzing with me either going over the work afterwards or following along. Once I have a grasp of the students learning style my next step is to break the problem into smaller more understandable parts.
I think the fundamentals and problem solving skills are more important than minutia and memorization. You will receive a practical lesson with lots of relatable examples and analogies. Your understanding of the material is paramount: I will go as fast or as slow as you are comfortable with. Knowledge is only useful if you feel like you can make something out of it.
My policy is to teach anyone who wants to learn. Whether you're a complete beginner or someone looking to expand their skillset for their CV, I can help steer you in the correct direction.
Computer science is not easy to learn. A CS student typically comes ready with problems, concerns, or project(s) that he needs assistance or clarification on, and the lesson is built from there. There are also students that are not actively taking programming courses in school but want to learn how to program. For this I like to start with Python, but open to other languages as well.
I teach at every level of the student's comprehension but the outcome of my teaching is that you will love to program after your first lesson with me. I believe programming is all about passion. I am going to arouse your passion by teaching you.
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