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. Help the student find the solution.
5. Evaluate and explain the intricacies of the topic in question.
I am a Computer Science Engineer, studying Masters of Information Technology at University of Melbourne. I have been the go-to guy in my university for any kind of doubts or problems in projects among my batch mates.
I have helped conduct various seminars and workshops during my bachelors degree as a teaching assistant.
I have briefly worked in the Software Industry where one of my primary goals was to impart knowledge to my colleagues.
I use PTV, so would appreciate if you could reimburse the amount on days that i don't go to the Uni or if i have to travel for just one hour of lecture.
>Masters in Information Technology, University of Melbourne : Feb 2018 - (current)
>Bachelors of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering, Vellore Institute of Technology : July 2013 - May 2017
>IoT Developer at Netwin Infosolutions Ltd : June 2017 - December 2017
>Freelance Developer at R2 Robotronics : June 2016 - May 2017
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