I don’t have a standard teaching methodology. I believe each student learns in their own way. Each student is unique and their learning methods are different so I would get to know my students and I would teach them according to how they each learn best.
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 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 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.
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.
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 based upon that old saying about leading a horse to water. This means that I teach to understand, *not* to pass a test/homework assignment/whatever. I mostly give lessons to fairly-beginner levels as I just started school, so I'm still learning myself. However, I will try my best to help anyone, even if that means I need to learn it with them.
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 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.
My approach to teaching is simple but highly-effective. I outline using a real-world scenario and break it down into short lessons for students of any experience level. I am a very patient and understanding teacher, pacing lessons according to my students current skill and comfort level. I want my students to learn without frustration.
I am a part-time college instructor and also a personal tutor, teaching the subjects listed above for many years. In college I have regular different levels classes, from studio to web design, with specific curriculum. As a personal tutor, I adapt my methods specifically to an individual, his/her age, abilities, interests, etc.
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.
My teaching method is Discussion Method. I carry my Students along and I don't just bombard them with information. I allow my Students to be involved in the Instruction and Learning Process actively. I approach each topic by demonstrating the theory in a very practical way that makes it easy for my Students to understand.
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 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.
The methodology is adaptable and flexible to the audience. An informative assessment is discussed to gauge individual or group needs and form curriculum. Discussions in different fashions are used to carry out and engage each person in the learning experience.
I tailor all of my teaching to the individual needs of the audience. I can teach from the top down in a lecture format, or listen to your needs and provide ad-hoc lessons.
I like to start by explaining to people that in IT, it's okay to fail. In fact most advancements in technology have been the result of multiple failures, and if you intend to break into the field or wish to understand it more, you need to understand that failing is okay. After that, asking the right questions and learning to exclude the wrong questions will get you on the right path.
I love mental modeling of solving problems. It needs imagination not complex calculation or memorization. Understand the problem, start with absolute basic, make plan, work on your plan, iterate, do not be afraid of making mistakes, learn from your mistakes, do not take your eyes off the current problem.
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.
Based on standard academic courseware being conducted following live examples and step by step practices handled for each topic by the help of student.
I have found there to be a big gap between your experience in school as opposed to the actual real world. There is such a disconnect between the two, and I would like to show how the two are disconnected. My teaching methodology is to teach what you really need to know in the real world.
I use my building block strategy, making learning new concepts easier. The strategy entails breaking down big concepts into smaller pieces, and then building it back up again. So, whether you want to become a better coder, build projects, or get your future job. I am going to help you to become successful.
I approach each topic by giving first trying to understand the level of knowledge of my students and then custom tailoring my material accordingly. I use a blend of theory, real case scenarios and hands on projects in order to reinforce each topic.
I approach each student individually and do my best to tailor my lessons accordingly. I believe in industry best practices and like my students to be prepared to work in the real world. Learning is collaborative and I give as much as I get.
I focus on the students and their individual needs. I prefer question and answer format (in either direction). Sometimes humor works, sometimes it doesn't. I pride myself in the students success in both attitude and results. If I am helping a student to finish an assignment, I don't want them to wish they never have to write another program again.
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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.
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