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.
Students self-study and find a roadblock and call me. I can do all teaching remotely using Desktop Sharing and/or telephone. Additional rate charges incurred for any in-person training, but is available upon request. All travel & lodging required must be paid in advance at GSA per diem rates for estimated length of training given.
I am a Registered Professional Control Systems Engineer. Classes are for engineers and meet the NCBELS.ORG requirements and computer classes meet clients objectives. Engineering classes are done with Power Point Presentations on in my home theater for 1 to 8 students.
Having studied and taught in other countries I value communication. I love inspiring others and being inspired by them and I think that really makes learning worth it. I've studied different learning modalities but my own personal preference for learning is visual and kinetic, which means I like to see something done and physically do it myself.
Learn by doing is the best method, i will give you the basic tools to startup and help you troubleshoot in IT related issues you might face. I found it to be a very productive way of teaching. Make mistakes and i am here to help you solve them.
I base my classes on the needs of my students and tailor them to current IT trends. I set a clear and concise program with extensive hands-on approach. I utilize visual presentations and "no question is a stupid question" approach.
The way I would teach you would give you the hands on version of the class , I have trained 5 of my personal family members and they hare all making 100k plus in there new career. I can teach you how to protect yourself from security threats and how not to get hacked.
My teaching method is hands on and geared for all ages ranging from beginner to intermediate level lessons. I have a very upbeat personality with a sense of humor that I believe works for a light and fun learning experience.
I can give lessons to anyone between high school and college. My teaching methodology is mainly hands-on but I can cater to the student if needed. I believe that because you use computers all day, it is better to actually use it rather than take tests and do homework.
My teaching method is to introduce a mapping of concepts to real world examples and demonstrate usage, after this I verify understanding by asking the student to explain in their own words how they would define the concept, as well as demonstrate usage of this concept.
Listen to the students and find out what they want to learn and work with them hands on on projects as well as provide learning objectives to each student so they can learn more about that subject.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from University of New Mexico, Currently Ph.D student in Computer Science emphasis in Data Analytics. I like to teach students not only how to program, but also why we use the methods we use so students can apply the methods to other algorithm and solutions. Demonstration and explanation are the best ways to learn any computer language or method.
My teaching methodology is one-on-one, or in a small group. I use "explain, and learn by doing". I use feedback to ensure teaching methods are effective. I re-enforce training on material that proves to be more challenging. Once the material is understood, we proceed to the next level.
I like doing practice problems and small coding projects to develop a good knowledge of the various programming languages I teach.
My technique involves preparing the student for certification exams, material and job skills, to motivate them to succeed in the technological areas they wish to pursue.
Pratic, A little bit of knowledge and then pratic to keep everything you learn in your mind!
I'm 20 years old and I've been working for my High School as an IT Technician for 4 years now. My first Computer Science class I ended up helping most of the class and the teacher with their codes. I would say programming becomes easy once you understand it a little better.
I'm a certified computer engineer with over 10 years of experience working as a support technician and computer engineer. I enjoy teaching both adults and children how to use computers as part of everyday life, and how to make devices do what you want them to do.
I have been endorsed for Network Technologies and Computer Science/Information Technology, Limited Occupational Specialist (LOS) grades K6-12. I believe on an interactive/participative teaching method when possible -hands on practice,- with the use of technology for possible remote sessions when required.
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My teaching methods are to first know what a student’s level is, I then start a plan for each student, I use a number of books and other aids. It also depends on his or her locations and their requirements, and also the grade level, I also teach ADD and ADHD students.
I spent many years using tech as a hobby and learned many different techniques to assist new interested users to actually utilize the knowledge.
My teaching method is personalized to my individuals or adaptive to groups. Being an artist myself, I have always learned from a mix of visual, audio, and hands on experiences. These methods and more are what we will be using to gain new heights.
I have acquired valuable experience in all facets of troubleshooting, installations, and maintenance for various desktop and server operations, hardware, and software. I specialize in Windows and Linux operating systems and I possess a unique talent for translating highly complex technical information into terms and concepts that the end users can readily grasp.
My teaching method is largely determined by what I am teach, what they know, and what they wish to accomplish. I'm more of a tutor or consultant as opposed to a teacher, and I will help you with your specific problems in a given area.
For information Technology teaching I understand its always needed to provide practical training rather than only book based studies. They should know how the things are actually used in the industry. So being a part of the industry, I can give them an overview on how the book based knowledge is being used in the real world.
In order to ensure an effective course, I rework the subject required for a course and develop the list of prerequisites in order to ensure as good as possible a learner understanding of the course. If the explanations are not as much understood I try different approaches, either with different examples, different words or even practical work (models) on computer or paper.
I am passionate about teaching and assisting a motivated student in achieving their academic goals. I obtained a Bachelors degree in Quantity Surveying and construction management from Sheffield Hallam University. During my studies, I conducted personal training for colleagues and juniors alike I love passing my experience and knowledge in mathematics, programming, networking etc.
My teaching method is very simple. Initially I used to understand the background of my students and then decide the level of teaching accordingly. I prefer teaching starting from scratch and then gradually moving towards higher topic. My main aim is to implement theory sessions into practical.
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