Lab-Based Learning - through my time acting as a Part-Time Tutor at Glasgow Caledonian University, students would follow instructions given to them by their programme/module leaders and attempt each lab or tutorial.
These would be attempted individually or within groups and are given a specific amount of time to answer each. They would be free to ask questions at any time. Where I would either give them hints of where they could improve. Or point out pieces of code that are giving them specified errors.
I am a Glasgow Caledonian University graduate with experience taking practical labs and tutorials for 1st-3rd year level students.
These modules ranged from Introductions to Computing, Software Engineering to programming topics such as Java, C#, Oracle, MySQL, Linux, HTML, CSS, etc.
I am also well experienced with various software packages such as Microsoft Office (Word, Powerpoint, Excel) and Adobe (Reader, Photoshop, Illustrator)
Your first session will be free and include a consultation lesson. So I can fully understand what it is the student is looking for help with.
For every student, I will not charge a late cancellation* for their first paid tutorial lesson. However, depending on the student's personal and/or financial circumstances, I may need to add a cancellation fee if this were to continue on multiple occasions.
Rescheduling sessions would be based on a mutual agreement between the tutor and the student.
*Late cancellations would be within 24 hours of the scheduled tutorial session.
Computing University Tutor Glasgow
A recent Computing graduate with a 2:1 honours degree from Glasgow Caledonian University, looking to secure an Information Technology position to use and further develop my analytical skills and knowledge in a practical and fast-paced environment. My career goal is to assume a role that allows me to take responsibility for the design and development of web and mobile applications for a market-leading company.
Glasgow Caledonian University - Glasgow - September 2016 to Present
Glasgow Caledonian University - July 2016 to August 2016
• Support students doing re-sits for exams and/or coursework
• Worked individually or as part of a team to manage various subjects produced by students and academic staff.
Baljaffray Primary School - November 2006 to November 2006
Aided support staff with setting up workshops for pupils.
September 2014 to May 2016
BSc (Hons) in Computing
Glasgow Caledonian University
2013 to 2016
BSc (Hons) in Interactive Media Development
Glasgow Caledonian University
2009 to 2013
.NET (Less than 1 year), C# (Less than 1 year), CSS. (Less than 1 year), Excel (Less than 1 year), Html5 (2 years), Adobe Creative Suite (5 years), Java (2 years), Microsoft Office (10+ years)
GCU Allister Boy Award
Awarded at Glasgow Caledonian University for the best overall contribution to the health and wellbeing of people in the university.
GCU Student of the Year Runner Up
Further Skills and Qualifications
I.T. Proficiency: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook), Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Premiere Pro), Microsoft Visual Studio, C#, HTML/CSS.
Train the Trainer: Taught the necessary public speaking skills to take workshops. Public Speaking and Team Working skills developed to explain and present work to large groups of students.
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