2011-2012 American Intercontinental University Atlanta, GA Maters in Education 2005-2007 Art Institute of Atlanta Atlanta, GA Bachelor of Fine Arts in Media Arts and Animation 2003-2005 Columbus State University Columbus, GA Associate of Applied Science in Computer Science I specialize in teaching technology courses for kids and teens
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 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.
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 a former Networking Instructor at ITT Technical Institute and a current Electronics Technician. I have an A.S. in Computer and Electronic Engineering and a B.S. in Information Systems Security. I have a unique gift of analyzing my students which guides me to the appropriate style of teaching each individual accordingly.
I have a Hands approach to learning with an emphasis on real-world, vocational application. Hands on learning with an emphasis on real-world, vocational application. All people learn differently and I belief it is most important to work at a pace that is both challenging, yet enjoyable and most importantly; accomplishes the learners goals.
Each session needs to be customized to the individual. Everyone comes in with a different level of experience and it's important that you review this, and come up with a learning plan that is tailored to give optimal information to your students.
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.
I Hold Three AAS Degrees. One In Computer Programming and Systems Design, Another in Business Administration And Information Technology, and another One in Individual Studies, I am Currently Pursuing my BAS in Computer Programming .
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 philosophy is one that believes most people have the capacity to learn anything if it is presented in the appropriate way for them. For some that may be explaining the concept over and over and for others that may be through multiple examples. I prefer to tailor my sessions to the student as I believe schools should be more broadly.
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.
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.
I base my classes from foundation to advanced level of Programming. With examples of code so that the student can realize the power of coding. Interactive sessions making sure of the student's feedback. As a tutor, I have this vision to perform my duty as an instructor and inculcate the knowledge of programming to the users.
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.
I base my teaching methodology on student’s ability to learn difficult technical information, retain and apply what they have learned, and archive career goals with success. I have helped many student’s start their careers in IT by passing certification exams in their desired fields.
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.
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.
I like to teach based off of experience of struggles student often have with the topic. Taking it slow when things are hard and fast where the student is comfortable.
I approach each topic with very good understanding of a practical end-result in my student's mind while introducing them to the topic from fundamentals all the way up. I relate abstract sections with practical real-world examples around us for understanding.
I LIKE TO TEACH FRESHERS, MAY BE SCHOOL STUDENTS OR ANYONE WITH NO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OF PROGRAMMING. START WRITING PROGRAMS FROM DAY ONE. CONCEPTS WILL BE EXPLAINED. EXAMPLES WILL BE GIVEN. GIVING ENOUGH ASSIGNMENTS, I WILL ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE MASTERED THE TOPIC.
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.
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry University of California at Los Angeles - Westwood, CA Biomedical Engineering University of Southern California - Los Angeles, CA . Net/C# Certificate University of California Irvine - Irvine, CA My primary focus was biochemistry and I have been able to combine this with many years as a programmer to provide me with so many incredible opportunities.
My approach to teaching is by example, and hands-on or on-screen, as much as possible. Programming includes a lot of trial and error involved in the learning process. I like to teach at your pace to make sure you are understanding the subject properly before moving on. I use Skype desktop sharing is a great resource that can help with troubleshooting and debugging.
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.
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.
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.
I have spent my career in IT in the Lead position on projects, and offer instruction from the very basic to the highly complex issues, dependent upon the needs and understanding of the person being instructed, including elderly end users.
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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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