My teaching methods talk about the real world implementations of whatever you are learning. I love to teach in the way people can see the impact they can bring from what they are being taught, I think that is what makes me a good teacher. There is no limitation for coding, I believe there is a first time for everything.
I can curate the content according to the student's background and course goal. Typically picking a new language skill takes 15 or more hours.
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.
I wish to teach students from the university undergraduate level with the aim of having their concepts cleared as well as help them in achieving high grades in courses. My methodology involves making a student clear with the course content while adding details to the content from the external sources so as to make a firm conceptual base.
I approach a concept keeping practical applications in mind. I will provide practical scenarios in which the theoretical stuff can be applied directly.
I am a professional as well as an enthusiastic programmer. I am willing to help those students who are planning to build their career in programming/web development. First, I teach a specific topic with several examples and solve a relevant problem explaining step by step. Secondly, I assign another relevant problem to the student to solve instantly following the solution of the previous problem.
I base my lessons around teaching those who are beginning to code, and wanting to start learning common programming languages and concepts. I will go over examples of logical structures and building blocks, showing how they can be used in common scenarios when programming. My goal is to give you the tools and understanding of basic concepts to begin projects on your own.
My lesson plan is mostly based on undergraduate course plan of same/similar courses at universities. I always try to customize the lessons based on students background, strength and goals. So, if you are a university freshman or sophomore or anyone interested in programming, you may have a good start.
The Classes are meant for students of all levels and IT professionals Please Contact me along with all the topics you would like to be tutored about and I will be more than happy to assist you. My teaching methods includes real time programming examples as it makes the student easier to connect and understand the subject concept.
I have helped many students learn when I was a teaching assistant at university. My experience has been that students learn best by doing. Therefore it is of paramount importance to practice repeatedly what one is trying to learn. So in trying to teach you coding, I will teach you how to think like a programmer and then make you code on a computer.
I make my classes very interactive. I first explain the topic detail with all the theory covered. Then I cover the practical examples for the same. I like to make my classes very interesting and engaging for all my students.
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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.
My teaching methods are giving individual attention to each and every student of mine, to make each concept clear for them and approach their doubts with a positive and enthusiastic mind and looking forward to having the best classes with some good students.
I work with students a lot so that they can understand a subject deeply and I always use lots of examples in my teaching to engage my students. I always solve the first questions and then ask my students to answer similar questions. Once they get the idea, I would give them more difficult questions for practicing so that they can build up a great foundation from the lesson I taught them.
My Teaching methods are : 1. Detail oriented 2.Concept-based 3. Well structured 4.
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 approach a class according to the students I'm teaching, so it is tailored to the student's pace and style of learning. I try to make sure that the student understands everything by asking a lot of questions and keeping them on their toes. This ensures that the classes I give are of utmost use to the student.
My teaching strategy is to easily explain concepts by dividing them into small, easy to understand points. Most importantly, I relate those concepts to real life and let you have hands on experience to strongly keep those concepts persist in your mind.
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).
I use a lot of examples to illustrate a concept and use analogies whenever needed. My tutor is meant for anyone who wants to learn computer programming. No prior degree needed. I repeat my instructions so that the concept gets clear for the audience.
I look programming as talking with my Computer. They have grammar, but you can master the language when you'll talk a lot in it. My lesson is for both the High School or Undergraduate students. I try to give real life problems as assignment. All you need is passion to learn.
My teaching methods are to introduce a new subject via talking to the student and asking questions, explaining a concept, showing coding examples, discussing edge cases, checking for understanding, handing out practice exercises, performing quizzes, and finishing projects.
I help students with assignments, the class will start with the introduction of a problem or concept, the collaborative construction of a program with the student, followed by the student attempting to complete the work by himself or herself. Small tests, drills and exercises will be included to help the student remember topics from other classes.
I prefer teaching students with the traditional way of explaining everything on paper and then giving students practice problems with which they will get more hold and confidence. It is mandatory to understand that there is no secret formula of learning programming except you practice more and more, and I mean it.
Teach by example. Base teaching based on student level of understanding and the level of the course provided.
I tend to like structure in my courses, I believe that it is the best way for a student to truly learn. I tend to engage with the student as much as possible and guide them to the solution by challenging them. I am a strong believer in visual learning, so I tend to draw as many graphs or sketches as possible and alternate colours.
Seeing as Computer Science is a very self-learn topic, my approach is to help my students by providing them with the necessary tools and knowledge to figure it out independently while I work through the problem with them, providing plenty of help and example problems in order to get them there so that they can build thorough understanding and experience in the subjects covered.
My teaching method is letting students choose to build applications that interest them which I turn sparks interest and keeps them motivated
Give a couple of videos to watch before lecture to cover some of the basic concepts In lecture, discuss the stuff that's not entirely understood Special focus on difficult problems
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