My lessons will be better suited to people that are: - New to programming - New to a programming language - Struggling with understanding a programming concept - Stuck on a programming assignment - Looking to find new or better ways to code In the average lesson I will first understand your problem or the goal that you want to achieve.
I can teach using both ground up (fundamentals) or top down (overview) approach. Assignment-based, exam-based or just conceptual - all these are possible. Live code editing, flowchart & diagrams, conceptual sketch and visualisation from A to Z.
I customise my teaching method based on the student's ability and time. In general my teaching method is hands on, where I first define the programming terms to be used and followed by the practical applications to navigate the program. For advanced students I troubleshoot any problems that they might come up with.
I try to make my lessons relevant to the real world. I do this my using examples from my extensive professional IT experience. I like using group learning and partnering in the classroom, as this is often the way that the "real world" works and students seem to respond to sharing their insights and skills.
Teaching is a special skill that can be acquired only if one tries to understand how people learn new concepts. All through my life, I have taught people in different ages, experience and knowledge levels. The trick is to observe how you learn a new concept yourself. I tailor my lessons according the students' capabilities, using right examples and visualisation techniques, and other aspects.
Simple real world examples to explain and simple exercises to put the theory to practice.
My teaching method is simple. I introduce a topic by showing applications of the topic and then dive deep into methodology with examples and problems.
I base my class on powerpoint presentations, white board and quizzes and revisions. I make sure I make power point presentations for the topic that is going to be covered. I also make sure the classes are very interactive so that the student feels comfortable to ask questions and clear doubts.
I typically deliver customised content to small groups. I gauge the background and experience of my students and then tailor the material delivery to suit. I normally use white boarding and diagrams to convey the technical concepts, then jump in to the hands-on training.
I am a cheerful and enthusiastic person. Education filled with hard work and surprises is what I believe. Engaging students in different activities related to subject and setting short goals are important to keep them motivated and help in achieving long term goals.
If you are taking a intro course, I'm pretty sure I can answer and teach you everything you want to know about Computer Science. I will try my best to help you get a good grade. During a session, I will go through the basic concepts you are learning first. Then, I will give some example exercises to make sure you understand it.
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.
My classes are based on a real world problem and how to architect an end-to-end solution for the problem using advance technologies and programming languages.
Setting clear objectives for every lesson. All theories are accompanied with detailed examples from basic to advanced. As we truly believe the best way to learn is through examples.
I base my classes in structured tutorials with lots of hand on practice using Object Oriented Programming. I always make the student learning experience a priority so that the learner enjoys while learning new skills and use material that is relevant to the student needs.
I try to grasp my students' current standing with their subject, to fully empathise with whatever difficulties they may be facing. I then create meticulously planned personalised exercises to help with the particular issue, and then help students connect it with the broader scope of the subject so that they have a full understanding. I also believe that practice makes perfect...
My pedagogy is not to unnecessarily waste students time . To facilitate their learning and create higher order thinking skills that develop critical and creative knowledge then give them the confidence to apply this to real world experiences that leads to future careers.
My teaching method base on two simple phases; a deep understanding is my first phase, and moving from simple to complex is the second phase. In addition, my goal is to improve student self-dependent study and enhancing problem-solving skills.
Flexibility is the key methodology to teaching students. The greatest issue the educational system has with teaching, is that it assumes that every student's learning style is the same, and so they teach every student only 1 particular way. Einstein further illustrates my point with an analogy "Everybody is a Genius.
I believe that anyone can learn programming. Our approach must be flexible. Start slow but strong. Once the fundamentals are clear there is huge opportunity to explore more. I also believe in iteration. Lessons learnt must be brushed up regularly to give a strong command.
I start form basics and then advances step by step to give deep understanding of concept that can be stored for long term memory use. Most of the lessons require the student to perform different tasks while learning for better understanding.
I do my best to ensure students gain a good understanding of the topic they are studying and are comfortable applying this knowledge to solve related problems. I also like to encourage students to draw diagrams as I believe visualising a problem is an important step towards solving it.
The teacher/student dialogue works best when both sides understand one another, and when the teacher is flexible to the needs of the particular student. That said, I prefer to teach using examples (and will be using examples from games I have coded).
My method is give clarify feedback on schoolwork, Set up procedural guidelines to ensure a single method can be followed in any discipline to achieve top results, I set out practice sheets to ensure the full extent of the course material is covered by the guiding principles, And then create flash cards for "practice, practice, practice", so the student can quiz themselves on the skills most...
I try utmost to propagate the joy of understanding something from myself to my students. I call it the "eye lit up" moment. -> use prepared slides. -> use whiteboard. -> use pen and paper -> happy to sit with you, unless you understand the materials.
My teaching methodology is explaining from basic by giving real time examples and comparing them. So that a student can understand and relate them. I will not only give the student a bookish knowledge but also from the real time examples.
My lessons are mainly tailored to the intellect of the students. I believe in a student centered philosophy which emphasizes hands on learning and students actively participating in lessons. My primary aim is to reduce the gap the between industry and a student .
I teach math from the basics so can help clear the foundations from the ground up. My computer programming lessons are practical. The practical learning is the best way to learn programming languages. Math is important in day to day life.
Lessons are intended to make students code efficiently by incorporating algorithmic techniques. Teaching is done topic wise. There will be a question and answer session in every lesson, to make sure student doesn't have any misunderstanding of the concepts. Students have to be passionate and consistent with their learning, there will be assignments to work with.
I would prefer to teach by student-centered approach where student and teacher play equal role in the learning process. However, I can change it based on student's adaptability and learning approach. By measuring student learning approach, I model teaching model.
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