My teaching method is unlike other methods. It is more about discussing and learning conceptually rather than putting things in mind without knowing the actual real-life use of it. Have a trial and make difficult things easy for you.
I start the teaching approach in making them understand Why, When, Where, Who concepts. Why is it useful? When is it used? Where is it used? Who uses it? If we are clear with this questions we will become pretty confident in what we learn.
In computer programming, basics are very important. Once basic concepts of developer are clear, programming language doesn't matter, as logic required for the solution is same across languages. That's why I start with teaching basics of programming and then move further with creating small CRUD application to teach about servers, database and datatypes.
My teaching method involves the Lecture Method and the Discussion Method. I believe that student learning is mostly improved by discussion method when a student is actively involved in the lecture or class.
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"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 can make learning fun by more practical experience as I know that rote learning will not prove to be beneficial. I believe that a classroom needs a balance of theory as well as activity-based learning and this is what I will keep in mind while formulating study material and handouts for any given topic.
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 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 approach the subject with structure and flexibility. I will be providing the interview questions for practice and students will be confident enough to create applications on the taught subject. I would like to Conduct daily one-hour session followed by assignments or HomeWorks which should be completed before the next class.
I maintain and constantly update my own courses structures based on general standards, and optimised through my teachning experience. I try to adapt to my audience by providing examples that will be significant to their own experiences, and I constantly try to provide applications cases and ways to exploit these knowledge over personal projects.
I follow practical approach rather than theoretical approach. I have knowledge of many languages and have solid understanding of OOPs concepts. I can do my best with diploma students wishing to learn all fundamentals of any language. I focus on teaching fundamentals of programming.
i have been taught by some great teachers and thats why i have very clear concepts thats what i want to do with anyone whom i teach and i am 19 yrs old so i can have better connect and comfortable studying enviroment with young people
My teaching methods are totally based on Practicality as it is all about the languages. While learning all the languages, I help the student to practically execute the commands at the end of the lecture. My way of teaching makes me a special tutor.
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.
Before we start to make any programs, I like to plan everything out first. We will be making flow charts, IPO charts, and pseudo code. After that is done I will show you how to make little programs step by step. By the end of our session, you will be going home with the understanding of different programming concepts.
I have a been teaching for many years, I do 1 on 1 tutoring meaning that I will not move on to a different subject/concept until you have understood what I am teaching you. This means that I do not teach like a classroom teaching per say(which moves onto different concepts whether you get it or not).
my methods generally involve real life examples so students would learn about topics,not go for cramming.As well as ,usage of bookish knowledge in real life is also part of my teaching method as after learning ,everyone has to enter real market.
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 based on real-life examples. When I teach I assume that my student have a little understanding about programming and my main goal is to make my student to be proficient in programming. When I teach , I always explain the meaning of each code , so that my student knows what he/she is doing.
I believe that students learn best when given a chance to solve problems on their own. When approaching a new topic, after explaining the topic and giving the student a chance to ask clarification questions, I like to let the student work on an example problem. This lets me know whether they have reached true understanding.
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.
I am a concept based teacher it is very important according to me the basic fundamental's are crystal clear as they are building blocks for developing a strong foundation.
My teaching methods contain lots of demonstrations and respect the talents of the students. Practice is very important which I encourage my students a lot.
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.
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I approach the subject topics from the very base to complicated one. Understanding the concept behind every problem is the key to solution.
I prefer to teach by using more practical approach, making mistakes make you good at things, real life examples taken
My teaching methods varies as per the student. I change the level as per student understanding. My goal is to make them best.
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