My teaching methods include going strong with the basic knowledge of computing working my way up to to difficult and interesting scenarios. I base my classes on basic and want to give utmost knowledge to my students. I try to be more friendly and interactive with my class.
"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.
My tutorials and lectures are structured in a way to give a holistic understanding of coding in Python. I try to link the theoretical concepts with how they are linked to our day to day lives. I would identify the hurdle of a group or an individual and spend as much time as needed before moving ahead.
I teach by example and try to incorporate practical examples and real life situations when teaching theoretical concepts. I can teach several programming languages like C, postgresql, python and R. There will be loads of homework involved and the students will learn how to apply skills on real world data.
I believe in drawing out students' passion in learning so I like to make my lessons engaging and flexible depending on the students. I also find that for many STEM subjects, the use of examples greatly help students gain a feel of the more abstract concepts being delivered.
My teaching methods are based mostly on visuals, that is, I demonstrate all the codes on a laptop or a projector to students while explaining. I try all the possible coding styles for students to grasp the understanding. Since humans remember mostly what they see, I prefer this methodology.
I would love to show my tutee the way to find the answer not only for a specific question but all questions in general. I would love to help them to improve their self-study skills instead of relying on a tutor for every subject. I think that is the best for their future.
I always encourage critical thinking. Students must question the subject they are learning to better understand why it is what they are learning is correct. I always like to bring real-life scenarios to equations and algorithmic concepts to strengthen the understanding of the real world.
If you are located in Ottawa then I can try giving personal tuition during weekends otherwise online video sessions over the skype . Target student can be anyone ranging from a graduate student to a person who hasn't experienced programming before, provided he/she is willing to learn.
My teaching methods are letting the students do the practical work first. After a while, I would usually tell my students to put the code into the compiler and see if it works or not. The compiler will always list any error that it comes across. Based of the error, I will explain to the student what he or she did wrong, and I will let the students correct themselves on the mistake.
I offer private tuition in programming and algorithms (C++, C, Java, Python, Haskell, Ocaml...) for GCSEs, A-levels / IB, degree level and adult learners, face-to-face in the Portsmouth area or online, via Google Hangouts or Skype, with webcam, whiteboard and screensharing.
Starting as a self-taught teacher, I know the difficulties you can have in trying to learn a programming language. I am convinced that with the right consistency and dedication, you can become a software engineer within a couple of years of study, with the help of an industry professional.
I am passionate about teaching and assisting a motivated student in achieving their academic goals. I obtained a Bachelors degree in Quantity Surveying and construction management from Sheffield Hallam University. During my studies, I conducted personal training for colleagues and juniors alike I love passing my experience and knowledge in mathematics, programming, networking etc.
I am passionate about teaching and helping students achieve their academic goals. My journey into tutoring started when I started scheduling for other students; I have conducted personal training for colleagues and juniors alike I love passing my experience and knowledge in management, programming, networking etc. to other students and everyone interested in learning something new.
I believe experience is the best teacher, and there is no better way of learning than figuring out the solution to a problem. The steps I follow while teaching are: 1. Introduce a problem related to the topic. 2. Understand the problem. 3. Explain about the tools required for the solution. 4. Make the student find the solution. 5. Evaluate and explain the intricacies of the topic in question.
I like to teach on the basis of applications and solutions of real problems to understand the theory and the concept of the application. It presents basic examples of practice and the method for its solution after simply applied theory.
My teaching method is based on several key steps: 1) Intuitive introduction with real life examples of the topic to be covered. 2) Theory foundations. 3) Theory applications with short exercises. 4) Optional: more complex real life examples using coding. I like to bridge the gap between theory and practise.
As today world is moving with big data new technology, So I am passionate to teach those skills and even learn. My skills include leading big data technology spark, Scala, Hadoop, Cassandra, Redis and for middleware node js. My strength is to do more rather than the giving up. and I make people's understand the concepts.
I like to empower students with all the information they need to find their answers for themselves, helping them realize possible paths and giving them room to grow, just like Phil Jackson did with Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls: "I let the horses run", just giving them the boundaries (challenges) for them to go the best path possible.
I am engineer Mines Telecom (Data Scientist) following the preparatory classes at the grandes écoles Maths SUP / maths SPE. I offer tutoring in algorithms, programming languages (Java, C, C-shel, Python, Scala) in Artificial Intelligence and many other IT topics.
Steps of how I teach: 1. Teach the basics, 2. Clear all the doubts at the very basic level. 3. Work on a practical and real-life problem statement. 4. Do it yourself assignments. 5. Doubt clearing session on those assignments.
I love educating students, and one of the principal goals mine is to set for themselves is to be the best educator they can be.
More than 6 years of experience as a software test engineer.
Full Stack developer with 5 years of IT experience and have a great interest in teaching computer languages. I have teaching experience from college days and had taken batches for CPP language. My approach will be topic by topic and proper assignments will be given based on topic completion.
I have been working as a software developer since 2010. Over all these years, I have worked with various programming languages, SQL and NoSQL databases and various tools and technologies. I have learnt that Software Development is not only about learning different programming languages and working with various tools. It's a lot more than that.
my teaching method is very simple, know the student, know the students area of interest and connect my subject to that with suitable examples and simple funny stories that will help them to remember that potion for long and it makes study very interesting too.
My teaching methodology is teaching each topic by giving kind example
I have been a student, I also had receive tutoring in some subjects that I found hard when I was in college, so as you, I have been there too when I'm struggling with some specific topic in a subject. I know how to deal with students, I first identify student strengths in order that they can use their strengths to analyze and resolve difficult problems.
My teaching methodology involves making sure that the student understands the concept, followed by some practical assignments. Post that, I give a chance to work on mini projects that gives them a flavor on how things are in the real world.
Explain theoretical concepts and later do interactive discussion in small tutorial-groups. These groups are given opportunity for problem solving, design exercises and information search and processing to develop critical learning abilities.
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