I start from basics and make sure student understands each and every concept thoroughly. I also complete the assignment and make sure I deliver it before the due date.
I first try to asses the student and see if she/he is nervous and try to understand the reason of her nervousness. When I teach I always give lot of details the way I would want to know it.
My methodology is quite simple. Find applicable ways for students to understand what i am teaching. For example, something we all know and have had a hold on is receipts. So to explain a real world use of Microsoft Excel, i would create a little 4 item database and show exactly how the transaction is done from the time you scan an item is done to the point where the final total shows.
I have been tutoring for more than six years. I currently offer online only tutoring for these Microsoft subjects. I have experience as a Microsoft user for many years and also as a tutor. These subjects are best taught by demonstrations of examples and supervised guidance of the student while working examples. Only active learning accompanied by practice is sufficient to learn these subjects.
I am self taught with Excel but I've used it so many times that I've been considered a wizard. It has always come natural to me and I love sharing my knowledge with others and teaching tricks and shortcuts to be more effecient.
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 start at whatever level you are at--from zero knowledge to some familiarity--and "up your game" quickly by sharing my computer screen with you. I show you the problem, how to attack it, let you "drive" after you watch me and replicate what I have done.
I first asses the current knowledge of my student and make sure that learning goals are aligned with their needs. Based on the initial assessment we develop a learning plan with realistic goals and timelines, so we get right on track.
I am open to teaching all ages because I think that it is never to early/late to gain more knowledge, especially in the up and coming tech world. While teaching online I prefer to use Google Hangouts+ or Skype because it is easier to share screens to give you step by step help along the way.
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I approach teaching by assessing what you already know. Finding out do you want to know, or what goals you have? Coming up with a plan that works for us both in getting you to that goal. I am available in person and virtually.
Most software teachers follow a "kitchen tour" method... they show you every button, every feature, and expect you to do work. It is like they give you a tour of the kitchen, and then expect you to cook. I teach you to cook. You'll learn from doing.
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.
There is, has been, and will always be a certain group of people whom inspiration visits. It’s made up of all those who’ve consciously chosen their calling and do their job with love and imagination. Their work becomes one continuous adventure if they manage to keep discovering new challenges in it.
My teaching method is hands-on. I teach as the students are doing the work. There for any questions they have can be answered immediately. I like to do small sections of work together so that you can learn the most from that topic covered.
I believe in hands on learning. Lab work where you not only learn the steps but actually do them is important when learning about computers, programming and using software. I like to see you attempt something and then help you when you get stuck.
My lessons would be all hands on, and meeting the students requests. I can teach from beginning typing, up to working with products associated with the computers. I enjoy teaching computers, because it can bring so much a person's life.
Hi! I am a senior finishing up school at the University of Texas at Austin studying Management Information Systems in the McCombs School of Business. For my major, I've taken a variety of both technical and non-technical courses, ranging from full-stack web application development and database management to strategic IT management and IT audit/security.
Through the power of Skype and a few other programs, I, Brandon Schleh, will assist you in learning how to use Microsoft Word, Power Point, and Excel as well as, if you're interested, in how to build a computer. I'm laid back and around your age so it will definitely be an adventure! No textbooks needed, no special programs needed.
Experienced professor provides practical lessons for academic individuals, seniors, adults, and college students. I started 24 years ago with DOS and then expanded to the Windows, Microsoft Office programs, and other useful softwares. My experiences made me a professional teacher.
I'm a project manager in IT company, yoga lover and traveler and I seek the flexibility of tutoring for work-life balance. I graduated in 2004 from Saint Petersburg State University in Russia as economist & teacher of economics. My native language is Russian and I fluently speak Spanish.
My method of approach is to go over the topic and then review what has been taught. I like my students to be engaged in the learning process an feel as if they are working towards their goals of learning the subject that is being taught.
I am a certified IT student in many programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and some Adobe programs as well. I approach each topic with easy to understand terminology and will cater to your needs until you understand the program and are proficient enough to use it on your own and possibly teach others.
Hi! My name is Orlean. I'm an ESL teacher. I'm teaching English to students who are non- native speakers.I finished my Bachelor of Arts in English in 1990 and have Masters in Teaching English As a Second Language 1992. I'm teaching adults and children. Mastering the four skills ( reading, writing,listening and speaking) is one of my techniques to make my students confident of the English language.
I am an experienced business/computer teacher with both a bachelors and masters degree. My teaching method is hands-on because practicing the skill is the best way to master it. My students work on practical scenarios to better grasp Word, Excel, Power Point or Keyboarding.
My name is Detrick D. White. I graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration. When teaching a new skill, I will incorporate methods that incorporate all types of learners. First, I do. Then, we do. Finally, you do it on your own. This method helps build confidence in small steps.
I am a freshman majoring in Computer Science at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. I believe that individual tutoring is a different scene than teaching a class, therefore, I am always patient with my students. It is essential for them to work at their own pace and fully understand every concept before proceeding forward.
I received my MBA from Indiana University Kelley School of Business. My major was Management Information Systems, M.I.S and my Minor Marketing. I am currently teaching Microsoft Office, Business and Marketing classes at Ivy Tech Community College in Bloomington Indiana.
I am a business and educational professional. I earned my Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from the University of Phoenix. I also completed the requirements for a Master's Degree in business management. I have continued to my education by becoming a certified user of the software Quickbook. I also have trained a certified student success facilitator from The Pacific Institute.
I adopt different methodologies depending upon the number of students and the topic of discussion. Sometimes lecturing is preferable, some topics need demonstration to make things clear and understand. Collaborative teaching is also helpful. I always encourage interactive lessons, so the students can participate in the class discussion.
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