I first have to see the level of students, To teach software I start with the basics, and start a step by step teaching process I have taught English for many years. I also know computers and I have worked in US /Hong Kong / China teaching many people /students English and many other subjects. I also taught Sunday Schools from 7-12 grades and I work very well with young adults.
I LIKE TO TEACH FRESHERS, MAY BE SCHOOL STUDENTS OR ANYONE WITH NO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OF PROGRAMMING. START WRITING PROGRAMS FROM DAY ONE. CONCEPTS WILL BE EXPLAINED. EXAMPLES WILL BE GIVEN. GIVING ENOUGH ASSIGNMENTS, I WILL ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE MASTERED THE TOPIC.
I received a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Boston University.
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.
My teaching style is packed with real world applications and hands on learning. I like to use easy to understand terminology, not confusing technical jargon. My lessons are for beginners who want to get a good foundation in programming for analysis or web/software development using Python and/or PHP.
I will customize my teaching style to each student or class. I love to make learning fun, and at the same time challenging, engaging and educational. I like to work with projects and lessons which produce working software with real world relevance.
My teaching methodology is very practical. I don't regurgitate what are in the classic textbooks. What I do I give students off line you tube videos and slides which they can read off line and come to the classes knowing the background. In the classes, I go over the concepts focusing on the practical aspect of the subject.
I work at the student's pace. First, I evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the student. I take time to cover the basics and ensure the concepts are clear. Then, I would work some exercises to reinforce the learning.
My teaching methodology will differ with every person. Through working with many different students, I have learned that different students have different needs and learning habits. The first few lessons are important to realize what method of learning is most effective for the student.
I believe everybody will succeed and find joy in what they do given the right conditions to make it happen. The key lies in having awareness and positive intent as the driving force behind ones actions. That's the philosophy I use in my teaching and in life. Once the emotional and rational voices align, the beauty of learning blossoms.
I base my classes very similarly to how I was taught programming. Practice, practice and more practice makes perfection. I will give basic lessons and provide several examples but the real learning will come in the practice problems I will assign. My teach methodology revolved around your involvement to the tasks I will assign and your constant practice of programming.
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.
My teaching method is two parts: teach the fundamental knowledge needed, and then build projects that allow us to apply that knowledge so we have a great understanding of the material. I want students to understand that this type of teaching may be slightly more challenging at first, but it forces us to grow as programmers, and have a better understanding than most.
I have an easygoing, patient personality, and I love getting to know the personalities of new students and helping them see how smart they truly are. (: I encourage a lot of questions because my goal is to make sure that I'm explaining in a way that every student can process.
One on one tutoring on classes that you may be struggling with. Can tutor college level math to college students at a reasonable rate. I allow free 2 hours of trial tutoring to see if you think I am a good fit.
Computer science is not easy to learn. A CS student typically comes ready with problems, concerns, or project(s) that he needs assistance or clarification on, and the lesson is built from there. There are also students that are not actively taking programming courses in school but want to learn how to program. For this I like to start with Python, but open to other languages as well.
My teaching method varies from student to student.
My teaching methodology is one of figuring out a problem together but also giving the student tasks to do by themselves. Also, I would say that I give the student a realistic approach to coding, as in I don't just stick to the textbook but also show them how to google search for solutions online, which any good coder will tell you, you have to be good at.
I have experience tutoring in High School, and I found that the best way to teach is to get the student intrinsically motivated by garnering interest in the subject. I also believe practice is very important and I make sure to get enough repetition in to master a subject.
I have been programming for four years outside of college. During college, I picked up client side and server side development on my free time. Most of my classes were theoretical, but my passion lies in practicality. Web development.
I think writing code is the most important part of learning code. I love to help students solve problems and understand various programming concepts. I prefer helping students who are beginning a language or concept, but am open to teaching students at all levels.
I'm very patient, gearing my instruction towards each student. I do very well in communicating my ideas and instructions in a very easy to understand way. Once I've figured out the level you are on, I can get you on the track to rise quickly.
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.
I like doing practice problems and small coding projects to develop a good knowledge of the various programming languages I teach.
I understand that programming and technology can be frustrating, I help students learn to troubleshoot their issues in a self-sufficient way. I give them the tools to be able to figure out what is happening on a technical level. I have been exactly where the students have, whether for class or for a personal project.
I'm a computer engineer student at UERGS (Brazilian University). I'm intermediate in C language ,and I can teach the basic to you start coding. My methodology is very simple: you will code. Only coding you will learn all logic and sintax of the C language.
I teach in a very fluid and customizable style. My goal is to make sure that you understand what's being taught and get the most out of this experience. I'll make sure to check your understanding and go at a pace that's comfortable for you.
Lessons are catered to the student. My teaching methods are pretty adaptive and the complexity of the material will shift to suit the subjects needed. I tend to guide students to the answer, but I really try my best to allow them to reach a solution on their own. You should never be afraid to make mistakes - sometimes you learn the most from making them.
The first lesson (2 hours) is free, with no further obligations. Advanced algorithms and data structures. Competitive programming trainer and former participant. Trainging for USACO & IOI.
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