My teaching includes one-on-one as well as group. I base my classes on the pace and skill level of each course with my approach in trying to be as straight and to the point as possible. This leads to an opportunity to answer questions without being too lost in the details.
I am a self taught professional, so I believe the best method of learning is hands on. Not just picking up a book, but actually getting your hands on systems and software to use. I like to show and have others follow along and do what it is I am doing.
My approach is to answer your questions and not to repeat things you already know. I like to cut to the chase and if it doesn’t make sense then we can go a little deeper to exactly where things click with you. I’m extremely patient and I take the extra mile of making sure you get things as well as you’re comfortable with.
My teaching methods are based on own training that I undertook in the train-the-trainer coursework. I provide training to all students, individuals, groups, beginners, intermediate and experienced computer users. I believe that there is "no question that is a stupid question". Train the student to be a trainer in turn.
My teaching method is to build confidence in the student by drawing the correct answers out of them and to encourage asking questions. At the same time I have with how to take notes better, how to study better, and also how build strong study habits.
My teaching style is to go at your pace. I want you to understand all concepts of one subject before we move on. I will have short quizzes ( but will not grade them ) to help you see where you are, and if we can proceed.
My Teaching methodology is discussion based I want the student to think about the problem and to critically evaluate and suggest the solution. In that way the student better understands the topic and is able to tackle any problem in that topic.
1. History and Names of Computer gurus. Hardware and Software fundamentals. 2. Brainstorming Problem Solving Method Computer assisted learning(CAI) Programmed learning 3. BRAINSTORMING: Brainstorming is a group creativity technique that was designed to generate a large number of ideas for the solution of a problem.
I teach with the concept of critical literacy. I don't just help my students complete their assigned homework, but teach them in a way that breeds autonomy, logic, critical thinking, and ability to independently find solutions to problems.
I am a highly-skilled software application facilitator ready to teach students and adult learners the tips and tricks for efficiency in MS Office and more! All classes include overview discussions, demonstration, practice and review. Classes are conducted in a virtual instructor-led, group format and one-on-one coaching in 1-3 hour sessions.
Geared towards freshmen and sophomore level courses in physics, math, and computer science. Will use materials student is already using or is familiar with, and connecting that to their personal goals and interests. Whenever possible, I prefer to teach with hands-on (or digital, if necessary) experiments rather than straight theory.
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 .
My teaching style is to take each problem piece by piece until you understand the material proficiently! If there is any issues with the material we can come up with a new way to make sure you the student can understand each lesson.
I offer personalized help, with various approaches, different explanations, and visual illustrations as needed. I will go over class materials, assigned work, and previous assignments depending on students' needs. I can also provide additional sources for practice materials or create assignments.
My teaching method includes lecture, practical, and problems to reinforce the concepts. I like to use real world issues to capture the attention of students. Decisions are made daily which we have to react to. My goal is to reinforce a useful approach of 'how to' utilize what you have learned.
I have no single methodology other than to meet the students at the level that they are at. I want my students to feel comfortable with the knowledge they have and realize that they are going to expand upon that base over time. I teach in a manner that has been desrcibed as patient and empowering.
As a graduate student, I have known what learning methods work best for what part of the syllabus. Practice makes perfect. I use mnemonics to help you memorize what needs to be memorized (you remember them for life). I encourage understanding theories without losing focus from methods to get good grades.
I teach physics from a conceptual standpoint first and mathematical second, since the models in our heads are often the first thing that needs adjusting, and not our understanding of algebra.
Assistance and training in all Microsoft products, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access and Office 365 apps. I take a hands on approach to see what level the student is at and progressing from there at the pace the student can handle.
The teaching philosophy is based on the following principles: (i) combine the efforts with the students to provide them with the required knowledge and skills; (ii) to be the most up-to-date in lecture materials, complying with the existent level of science and technology; (iii) spare no efforts in improving the teaching process, adequately responding to the students demands; (iv) wide...
I like to tutor one on one. I like to start with basic math concepts and build on them. Math is like building blocks if you don't have a solid foundation in basic math you will struggle as you proceed to the higher math classes.
My teaching method is pretty simple. I look at students problem and let give them a little bit hint first about how to solve the problem. After giving a hit if the student still don't understand the topic I will start from the beginning and try to explain him from the roots. I will help the students until they understand the topic and they have clear solution of their problem.
I am a very patient teacher who always tries to avoid a "canned" approach. I like to listen to my students and customize what I teach based on what you really want to know and also you own personal experience / comfort level. I also have learned to translate geek-speak into plain-old-English so that you walk away confident that you truly understand what we went over.
My approach to teaching is to focus on "hands on the keyboard" learning, adding readings and homework as needed to keep progress steady. I can tailor the approach to the interests and experience level of each individual. I can also help with resume writing to prepare for the first job out of school, and advise on job search techniques.
My teaching method would be patience. I think patience is what the world needs more of, since we are in a go go society, and sometimes, so students dont get frustrated, you just need to be patient.
I firmly believe in learning by doing. Thus, I prefer exhaustive practice of any concept that I pick to teach or even study for myself. I prefer in interacting with my pupils than giving them lectures. My sessions are real fun and informative and I make it a point to make my pupils know that every day of learning is an accomplishment.
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.
Knowledge can be classified as conceptual, procedural, and strategic. To master a subject, you need to learn the concepts, learn some procedures for problem solving and then be able to choose a problem solving method for new problems. I aim to teach the students at these three levels.
I like to present information in several different ways, to ensure that the children with different learning styles can grasp the information presented. I have been teaching elementary children for many years. I also have a very wide range of experiences. Currently, I am enrolled in the Elementary Education Program at the University of Montana, in Missoula, Montana.
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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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