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.
I was student for a long time ( I am a PhD candidate so I passed undergrad level and masters ). I worked as a Teacher Assistant for 5 years. So I have a clear understanding of what professors expect from students. I am a computer scientist and a software developer. I can help you with any field related to my education and skills.
My method is to work by examples in real life making students grasp things much easily and also help them remember it more easily. Suppose for a lesson I would divide the context into separate sections of consistent interests and then explain it in the easiest and relatable format possible.
The aim is that you know what you're typing by the time the tutoring session is over. I'm very open towards others discovering answers for themselves when they just need that little "push". Sometimes you just need some to validate your judgements and I can deliver that as well as stringent content learning processes.
My teaching method is focused on reaching the student's objectives. I believe patience and practice are the key to teach a programming language, that's why the main goal of the lessons I give is achieve a deep and practical understanding of the nature of programming.
My teaching method is focused on the very Core understanding of key concepts in JAVA. I believe that once understanding of core concepts have been achieved, the rest is comparatively easy. I teach the basics giving real life examples which are very easy and relatable which humanise the concepts and in-turn easy to understand.
Considering that the learner is just beginning with coding, I will start with the most basic stuff, and gradually proceed towards developing complex programs. In a way that will help the learner understand the fundamentals of coding which will make them learn other languages easily, rather than being stuck with just 1 language.
Learning a programming language can be a tricky thing if one doesn't puts their heart into it. The way I learned them was through practice every day and one can never be perfect at it, people keep learning new things everyday, they way I approach it is by giving lessons on certain topics and then give the student a homework to work on and then they will be graded based on the code.
My teaching methodology has always been a wholesome approach. I base my classes on practical problems and efficient solutions. I always lead by example like find a problem and then suggest various possible and different approaches to solve them. I am always open to suggestions and incorporate them in my study plan.
Teaching is my passion. I start up with the basics and slowly build the stack over it. I explain every concept with the practical approach and make sure that slowly and steadily you acquired the skill which you are looking for. I make the sessions interactive and frame the teaching session based on student interests and knowledge.
My teaching method is to explain the concepts of programming and then solving as many algorithums and problems as possible in order to touch all sorts of relevant sub topics. Moreover, healthy class discussions can also contribute towards good learning.
My terminology is simple , bring yourself down to student level . Try as possible ways as you can, in order to clarify the topic to students.
Online - Using presentations, coding sessions and practice tests. Will train you until you are confident to proceed with and I am available at flexible timings. We can start by simple thinking process to detail best practices and slowly move to algorithms and then convert them to real code. Then master it as a pro and I am sure that you would love it.
I believe in interactive teaching. I mainly focus on involving the student through activities and group discussions. I believe students learn easily with examples and practice. So, i would adopt teaching with examples and let them practice as much as they can through short exercises to master the subject.
- My teaching method is focused on the student itself. Every person have different backgrounds and their own previous skills. Aligning the subject taught with these former interests is key to have a fruitful time. Beyond that, building on basics skills and exercising creativeness alongside with problem tackling strategies has been giving the best outcomes I ever experienced.
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.
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.
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.
The chosen methodology depends on the tutee's prior experience. If he is an absolute beginner, we start with the basics of programming ( data types, variables, control structures, lists/arrays, methods, etc). I always ensure they have a clear understanding of the program before starting to write the code. I encourage them to start with the design of the program (flowchart or pseudocode).
The most important thing if you want to learn something new is enjoying it and being in a good state. Therefore, I try to teach based on real problems and connect them with something positive, not only to learn the theoretical basics, but also to apply them.
My teaching methods are based on practical examples, and popular programming text books, which are used in most programming courses. I guide the student to learn by their experience and enhance their skills in programming by practically coding solutions to common 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.
Being a computer science student I know exactly where and how to tackle the bottlenecks of learning a new programming language. My teaching method is very simple yet effective. I start from the basic level and gradually increase the complexity of the problem.I try to build the logic in a student to solve a particular problem than focus on syntax or theories of a particular language.
I approach teaching by breaking the problem down into smaller building blocks and focus the student towards learning each of these. Then by slowly putting the blocks together the student is able to solve the problem.
I focus on core fundamentals where the foundation is built on the subject. I take very much hands-on illustrative / animated approach where learning will be fun and fast. I also recommend quality self reading literature witch will accelerate, expand and cement the learning. Each subject area will be followed by a hands on lab / practical session.
First I review what my student is learning and find the problem areas that they need to focus on. I then work with them for a few problems on these areas until they can complete it themselves. Goal setting for the next time we meet is the final and a very important step.
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.
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.
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