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.
I'm a IT professional and adjunct instructor that enjoys helping others understand concepts. My goal is to help you understand concepts and not memorize them. I like to use analogies and real world scenarios that are within reach of ones experience. It is my goal to help you become more efficient and productive in your day to day tasks.
I am currently an undergraduate first year student at UC San Diego. I would prefer to give lessons to high school students taking AP Computer Science A, but I am also willing to teach all individuals motivated in learning about Computer Science in general. My teaching style is mainly project based, although I would assign reading to the concepts I covered in class.
A professional, patient tutor who will begin assessing student strengths and weaknesses Teaching instruction is given with power point and white boards followed by written exercises Tests and Quizzes are also given to measure improvement in student performance over wide range of topics
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 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 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.
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 lessons starts from very basic historical background about the technology, why there was the need to have that technology, what was the first use case, how it's been developed and how it's been used in present time with a small project to provide hands-on experience about the technology.
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.
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 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.
My teaching methodology is basically mentoring students to generate their own learning experiences and interpret information that may or may not be the same for someone else but definitely unique to the learner.
I like to work through problems with students, I think this is the best way to learn. Especially for learning computer languages, I like to step through and write small demonstration programs to ensure that students are fully understanding the material.
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.
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.
I think the best and biggest achievement throughout my working life is to have completed to, the satisfaction of my clients, all the projects that I have been commissioned. My clients have been very happy with the final product, be it an application, a website, a dashboard, or a class that they received.
Anecdotal, periodical exercises, quizzes and allowing room for out of class creativity and research. As a recent college graduate I am confident that I have what it takes to relay information to students the best way possible. Putting myself in a student's shoes makes me know a great deal of questions and concerns.
I believe the simulation is the way to learn. I provide my students with the knowledge and the tools to get them up and coding fast. I encourage students to explore and make mistakes as that's the only way to become a great developer.
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.
We all have different styles of learning. I'm not your typical bookworm-ish who can read Table of contents to end and absorb. I touch, I feel, I ask and I experiment. When we make content fun, relevant, when students leave wanting to "try that at home" I know I'm on the right track.
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.
My approach to teaching is to incorporate both a solid theoretical foundation, with hands-on experience in leading students into thinking about the problem before engaging in their solution. The proper teaching of Software Engineering cannot be limited to the presentation of techniques and notations.
I approach each student by starting with their own personal skill levels. I want to know what you know, and that's where we'll begin. Everyone can learn coding and programming! I can teach students of all levels, and I enjoy teaching.
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'm teaching based on the ways that I've learned to program. I've read couple good programming books and I can teach people by demonstrating and explaining.