My primary method of teaching is by doing. The hands-on approach will allow you to retain what you learn and to recall that knowledge more efficiently. I believe by focusing on what's important initially will translate into better use of your skills and implementing them in the long run. But first, you have to get a good grasp of the fundamentals by learning how to learn.
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.
I hold an MBA in Management Information Systems and have over seventeen years experience in software engineering, both stand alone systems and web based client server systems. I like to make learning fun and interesting and customized to the interests of the student.
I am quite the experienced person when it comes to technology and I'm eager to teach people who are just starting or want someone to spark their interest. These classes are for someone with a high school degree and beginner's level. I would love to teach in a simple and down to earth manner.
My teaching method varies based on the needs of the student and the material. For many of the computer classes you will have access to a web based server to apply the material you have learned. The labs are designed to reinforce the material.
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.
I approach my lessons with a free-thinking method, whereby I make sure that your mind is blown at the end of the lesson, with quirky references of my experiences in Africa. I make sure that you are fully immersed in the subject and can relate to it as I see it from my eyes.
If you're like me, you struggle with learning just by reading from a book. Although books are good, I believe that a more hands on approach is necessary to help students to fully understand not only the concepts/theories but how to apply them. I start off with what you know and expand on that.
My teaching style is much based on practical real world small and medium projects where anyone can learn as much as live performer.
With this letter and attached resume, I would like to offer myself for a position in the fields of Quality Assurance, Test, and Validation that would utilize my professional skills and personal abilities. I prefer an opportunity offering growth and advancement based on individual merit and capability.
I am a Cyber Security professional. I hold a MS in Cyber Security Technology. I work as a Professor of Computer Information technology at my local community collage. I use Labs and live video conference to provide a hands on learning environment.
Computer Science Major. Over 10 years developing and design. Over 20 years in computer hardware and software. Code, Dreamweaver, Frontpage, server administration, domain names, graphic design, php, html, css, cms, ftp, hardware parts and pieces, email, video, sales, and discounts.
My policy is to teach anyone who wants to learn. Whether you're a complete beginner or someone looking to expand their skillset for their CV, I can help steer you in the correct direction.
My lessons are focused upon the core foundations of computer science from the novice student to the graduate student. I am fluent in more than 20 programming languages including JAVA, Python, PHP, C/C++, LISP, ML, APL, and Prolog just to name a few.
My teaching method is to make sure the students understand the subject well. I explain everything in details and answer all of the questions the students may have. I always try to make fun to help the students do not feel bored.
Master in computer science MS in Computer professional. I did my bachelor also in CSE. At school and university level ,I scored A+ grade in MATHS i love to teach maths and computer. The steps to teach are below 1.basics with small example.Then test whether student got it 2.
I approach each topic by giving first trying to understand the level of knowledge of my students and then custom tailoring my material accordingly. I use a blend of theory, real case scenarios and hands on projects in order to reinforce each topic.
I have a Bachelors in Graphic Design and Masters in Learning Technologies. I have taught both in class and remotely to teens and adults. I deliver lessons interactively via video or power points, lessons are delivered in Units to break down concepts for easier learning.
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 give lessons to college students, professionals, and adults seeking further knowledge in any area of technology. I teach people to fish instead of giving them fish. I am a professor X of sorts helping others unlock their full potential. I will be open to your questions and will not waste your time.
Are you struggling with a Graphic Design concept, software, or are having a hard time making a website design work? Let me help you unlock your creative potential. I have a Masters in Interdisciplinary Art form Columbia College of Chicago, A Bachelor degree in Graphic Design form Columbia College of Chicago, and served 8 years as a senior teaching fellow at Robert Morris University.
I love learning, and sharing what I learn. I teach with a "at your own pace" attitude which helps retain knowledge and enjoy it more.
I have a BBA in statistics I have worked a programmer and technical architect for over 40 years I have published a book about programming with databases - Visual Basic Oracle 8 Programmers Guide - ISBN (concealed information)
Teaching all levels of coding and computer science. Beginners are welcome! Children ages 5 and up College undergraduate Graduate Coding boot camps New jobs Updating your skills Having started programming while attending Stuyvesant High School in New York City, I went on to earn a computer science degree from Columbia University.
Education Polytechnic University · (postgraduate studies) · Computer Science · 1986 to 1994 State University of NY at Stony Brook · (postgraduate studies) · Computer Science · 1974 to 1978 Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn · Candidacy for PhD · Physics X-Ray Diffraction & Crystallography · 1964 to 1970 Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn · B.S.
A passionate Java professional having Master's degree in Computer Science. I love teaching and try to relates real world objects which helps students understand and memorize the basics. My students are pursuing Master's / Bachelor's degree in different cities in the US. My motive is to make basics strong and enable the student to code. :) Happy Learning.
The Authority, or lecture style The authority model is teacher-centered and frequently entails lengthy lecture sessions or one-way presentations. Students are expected to take notes or absorb information. Pros: This style is acceptable for certain higher-education disciplines and auditorium settings with large groups of students.
I typically teach introductory programming and robotics. I have worked with multiple students with disabilities. Students guide their own learning, meaning that they start with the simplest information and based off of the student's interests I can begin to teach what they want to learn at a pace that works for them.
I am a competency-based educator with 20+years of experience in teaching adult education. As a lifelong educator, I am looking to teach students who need my expertise to improve their technology academic skills. I am an advocate for utilizing technology to improve the learning process for all students.
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