Coding skills primarily originate from solid background in mathematical logic and reasoning. In my 5 years of academic life i have been constantly acquainted with coding in one or the other way. I have about 5 years of experience in teaching basic programming in C and C++. My lessons are deeply designed based on the online courses of popular learning platforms like coursera and udemy.
A typical lesson will explain the fundamental concepts and theory followed by practical implementation. Being a firm believer of practice-based learning, you will also be assigned programming tasks by the end of each lesson that you will be expected to complete. Overall, a very hands-on and practical approach will be used to deliver the course content.
Teaching a programming language is tough. Therefore, I will plan each class meticulously, by defining what I will be teaching and preparing the necessary code beforehand. This way, during the class, I will code alongside with the student but try to have the student to code alone.
My teaching method is applicable for all students which having different level of educational backgrounds. I exercise a high-attention to detail, ensuring accuracy and consistency in my personal performance, collaborative teamwork, and on-time completion of all projects. Moreover, I offer communication, collaboration, and scheduling flexibility.
My philosophy is teaching through experience and motivation. I consider that only bu developing a motivation and creating a feeling with the topic is possible to understand what is going on. I always try to encourage my students to understand the reasons why the topics are relevant for their future or the importance of the knowledge gathered.
I believe that the most important question while learning is "why". When you understand "why" a thing needs to work in a certain way, then you can easily learn the "how" of it. My teaching methodology revolves around fostering the ability in my students to be able to simplify the concepts and problems to their most basic form.
I don't have a rigid way of sharing knowledge. I like to know my students, how they think, what are their objectives. While teaching I like to keep things practical, I think the best way to transfer knowledge is by exchanging with my students and putting things into application.
My Teaching has Clear Lesson Goals with the aim of easy to understand, Learn and implement. As an effective teacher I strive to motivate and encourage all students and to excel in what they learn.
I basically Teach students right from the basics and keeping 15-20 min session each day to check what the students have learnt in the class and clearing their doubt . Every week Assignment to gain insight about their Progress of learning.
I can help you to get a solid understanding of the concepts you need to deliver your project, including developing practical exercises to support you learning, based on your current programming level. Looking forward to assisting you bridging your technical and/or academic gaps towards your desired outcome.
My Teaching methodology, class room training, individual training, online training, is to first explain and make student understand the what they will learn, I give life example as Input, they will process and henceforth we get output. Along with my experience, I can say, all students have capacity, its matter to be away from fear and they should start implementing given code and experience.
I believe in involving students in the subject topic deeply by providing practical and theoretical work. I teach students of all levels of understanding and can adapt to the needs of the student to ensure maximum coverage of the development needed.
My teaching method is, first I show the bigger picture to students then I try to break it into small sections and once students understands the basic concepts then I merge it together. This way students don't lose interest in topic. With this I present them with more examples which help them to understand the concepts.
Teaching program is different for each individual and group. It's based on your how experienced you are in programming. My teaching method is mostly based on solving problems because programming is all about implementing your solution to a problem. So, we will practice solving real life problems or the ones related to your course.
I approach any new topic by relating them to real world experiences. I believe this is an easier way to understand concepts. I am also an open tutor i.e. I feel I can continuously improve and learn from the person/ people that I am tutoring. I want to give optimum tutoring experience and hence will be more than happy to go over topics again.
my teaching style is mostly based on solving problems and programming courses we have to deal with algorithm and logic ..i tried my level best to teach students that how they can make logics for problems.
My teaching method will be super easy and step by step. It will be fun and interesting. Structure will be well organized. I will teach basic things such as how format computer and also how to write code for example, C++, Java.
I have worked as a video game programmer for 4 years. I have knowledge in object-oriented programming, particularly C and C ++. I can help you since the beginning I could start showing you how to develop software on your own and how to increase your skills.
My teaching methodology always rely on practice. I use online tools to engage my students into learning new concepts.
My Teaching method is simple, One lesson a day and some homework to check whether you have gained that skill, Test at the beginning of class to check the skills. So be ready to put efforts because learning comes by efforts you put in to learn, InPut ---> Processing --> outPut.
I like to address practical use of the topic with examples which will help to understand why the topic is important to learn and generate the interest to learn it. My lessons will be useful for new learners as well as novice professional. I cover topics from basic level to high level to address the larger audience and provide references/path to learn it in deep.
My lessons are built around introducing core concepts and then allowing you to explore and apply those concepts with practical excercises. A beginners lesson will commence with learning how to setup your environment (an important part of the programming journey is making sure your machine world is ready for you), progress through a demonstration of basic input and output tasks.
Learning programming is hands-on. You will need a machine that can be set up to do what's needed. Of course, there's learning the basics from books, too. I will also teach you to deploy your applications to commercial hosts or your own machine.
My Teaching methodology is demonstration, followed by an interactive learner-centered session. I start by introducing the lecture with the most basic explanation using real-world scenarios so as to bring the learner from a Known point to the unknown.
start with basics, teach students the needed knowledge. Reflect on the teachings. Test them on every segment. Don't overwhelm the starting students in knowledge area with all the information. Keeping it as simple as first. Then progressively increase the complexity. Teach by giving examples.
My teaching method is totally hands-on and example based. The idea is to provide real world examples to teach students programming so that they can appreciate how what they learn is useful in real world. Most of my lessons start with a brief description of concepts and then focus extensively on programming itself.
- a reading on a new topic. - a try-it-out yourself session. - a problem solving session. - discussing logics behind the topic. - discussing applications about the topic. - brain-storming on interesting projects related to the topic. - further explorations about the topic.
My method of teaching is top-down and/or bottom-up depends on the language or the subject that I teach. Top-down approach is to learn by creating significant pieces of real software . Whereas, bottom-up approach is to learn all the fundamental concepts of programming. It also can be flexible to suit the needs of the student.
I consider teaching as a journey. As a teacher my role is to be an enabler of it not an enforcer. I share the concepts by exemplifying them making them easier to follow.
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