my teaching methods are based on real time examples. I can explain every topic with relevant examples. I can teach 10th, 12th and undergraduate level students. I am having a total 4.3 years of work experience as a programmer and I have worked for IBM and Cognizant.
Hands-on learning with a little fun and creativity thrown in. Building something from scratch using what you've learned is the best way to learn a new skill. A typical class is one-on-one going through the steps to building an introductory website.
I follow K.I.S.S ( Keep it simple and stupid ) method for my lectures so everyone can grasp the content easily. I will basically teach you a concept with an example and give you a problem to solve by yourself. I am not a theoretical kind of professor most of my lectures will be based on the practical section.
My teaching methodology is practicing all the time. The ONLY way to succeed in programming is practicing. I have nothing else to do than answering to your questions, you are the one who should be initiative. I'll explain you the concept, will show examples, and will guide you through everything, but again, it's YOU who has to work hard.
Regular classes are sometimes boring! My approach is always involving students in the discussion, everyone is participating and brainstorming with the subject. I believe that there is no such thing called "Stupid idea"!!! All ideas, even the smaller ones could potentially lead to a great solution.
My teaching methods are hands-on, I find this the best way for students to learn code. I aim to teach the theory behind HTML and CSS, and best practices so that students have a better understanding of what makes a website work, and what makes it efficient, attractive and accessible.
A truly successful tutor can make learning real, relevant and rigorous. Such tutors are experts in their academic content -- they know the subject's concepts, ideas and problems inside out. Even though most tutors may never get to facilitate a custom project-based learning session, they can discuss and introduce the rigor of real-life applications.
"Necessity is the Mother of Invention." I believe in that saying and therefore, when I need to teach some problem solving method to students, I try to make my students see why there was a need to develop that particular method to solve problems. I point out how things would have been difficult without having that method.
I will teach you to get the most out of your laziness by analyzing a problem and write out the code after. The reason for this is because if you are a true lazy, you will think more to create efficient code. I am really flexible on what you will have to code.
I like to keep things as simple as possible. My teaching method is "learning by doing and practicing" as Practice makes man perfect! I like to teach any concept by giving a relevant example for it. This makes learning more quickly.
I believe in hands on methods of teaching. I usually teach the programming courses by making interesting applications, such as a basic calculator or counter or simple guessing games. It makes the class more interesting and at the end you will have a working application.
My teaching approach is totally based on practical knowledge of the subject and real life use of that subject and i can teach this subject to all students like degree engineering,diploma engineering or even school student or any one.
My teaching technique involves both tutor and learner coding together as I am give lessons. This technique helps the learner to grasp lessons easily and also their doubts gets cleared if they are struck in between while performing practical. I explain every module with a code snippet and in a structured way which helps the learner to think of ways how the module works in different scenarios.
I'll provide guidance to hands on demonstrable projects, as well as showing how to setup an IDE, and use a source repository like GITHUB. For other STEM subjects, a similar hands on approach will be used. I will instill building blocks such as memorization of Trig or Algebraic rules and repeat problems until the student feels confident at explaining every step of the process.
I love to teach computer languages to others with creative ways. First of all, I am teaching basic just to make sure how it is easy. Then Giving Examples, and home work to develop their logic in specific language. Giving new Ideas for easy work and logic.
I teach my students as I wanted to be taught when I was learning. I try to overcome all the faults I though my teachers made so that my students can learn well. I believe teaching by coming to the students level is really important.
I base all of my lessons on examples and practical implementation. I think the best way to learn is to do. I do however, provide theory knowledge as well as practical.
i base my classes on structure and flexibility. i base most of my classes on discussions and practical work instead of me just explaining one thing. i want to hear my students opinion and grow and help them in a way they want to be helped.
My teaching strategy is based on the ability of the students to understand what I teach them. Some computing concepts may prove difficult for students so i use my skills to simplify them for easy understanding. I am a special tutor since i ensure all my students excel at what I teach them.
Giving practical examples by reading students brains ability. Engaging everyone in the lesson. Teach them using research methodologies. Individual brainstorming for each student. Will be providing self-prepared research-based notes.
I believe in "Practice makes a men perfect". The more you practice, the more you gain knowledge and become comfortable with it. For me practice/home work after classes is as important as classes/lectures itself. The following are the steps that I follow when teaching an individual 1. Give an informative lecture on the topic with many relevant example and practice questions 2.
My teaching methods are mostly project based, I teach mini projects and lay foundations to take on a big project by end of my session and help in creating a portfolio, using those created projects. can teach professionals and kids age is no limit to learn programming. I will also help in getting your assignments done, if you are a student at a college.
let's discuss it and see what works best for you! a typical class is 40 min teaching follows by 45 hands-on practice to me. and you will be encouraged to ask questions.
Teach by example. Base teaching based on student level of understanding and the level of the course provided.
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Just be straight to every thing and believe that theoretical knowledge is good but practice makes a man perfect .
I prefer to teach by using more practical approach, making mistakes make you good at things, real life examples taken
My teaching method is mostly focused towards understanding the base of programming languages to understand things in a better way.
My teaching methods are flexible, friendly and based on real life problems from which a student can learn a lot.
My teaching method is letting students choose to build applications that interest them which I turn sparks interest and keeps them motivated
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