I tailor my classes to the student and course being taught. I regularly evaluate both my own and my staffs' teaching to ensure that we are using the most effective pedagogical strategies for our students for the best possible outcomes for all students. This may include visual, aural methods as well as utilising web and app based tools.
Currently I am a student at the Middlesex University (Year 1) and study Computer science. In the past, I absolved the IBD programme (International baccalaureate diploma), where I was taught the basics of C++ and Java. During my own time, I've been polishing my Java skills and began with web development.
I like to be interactive with my students, I don't like to just be talking for the whole lessons. I believe in student engagement and how that is essential for a proper understanding of the material. A lesson would typically be a section of me explaining the material followed by a Q&A section.
My teaching methodology has a very heavy emphasis on getting to know you, to understand where you are, and your goals - once established we'll put in a plan of development and work together to achieve your goals. I will put together customized resources to help you develop week on week as well as assessing you continuously.
I ensure I gain a rapport with the tutee in order for them to feel at ease whilst learning. It shouldn't be a daunting experience and I feel the peak of learning is when you are most relaxed. I will never rush a pupil; everyone is different with different learning styles and thus will relay concepts in different ways from various angles to ensure concepts are understood.
Pursuing MSc in cyber security and has excellent teaching skills in database, c++, Basic Computing, Microsoft office tools, Operating systems, programming languages, Networking subjects. I have experience as a tutor of Diploma students for various computer science and Information technology subjects.
I am a PhD student at Queen Mary University of London since 2015. I have taught programming in the lab for Java, Database system, Cloud Computing, Big Data. I have taught more than 350 students all across UK majority (85-90%) achieving A grades I do skype sessions well. I like to tailor my tuition depending on the student's individual needs as I understand and respect that each student is unique.
My name is Vandan Somani, I am 14 years old, i am a new tutor but I am eager. I can teach Programming (Scratch, Python) and HTML, also Using apps like Powerpoint, Excel for primary school and early secondary students, around Year 6-7 level.
I'm a software developer, part time kids entertainer who recently decided to move into the teaching world. I hold Bachelor's and Master's and I really look forward to teaching the young generation all these coding principles as well as the programming fundamentals that will allow them to gain solid knowledge in computer programming.
I will teach a student till he/she clearly understand the subject. This is achieved by teaching and testing the knowledge and correcting again. Also I promise to try my best to make a student qualified and understand the subject properly.
My name is Zachary Livingstone, and I give lessons in HTML and Batch Programming languages. My teaching method is fairly simple, I ask the student if he/she has had any prior experience to coding then if they say no/yes I can develop a strategy.
My goal is to teach you by explaining principles and helping you apply them in practice and assist you in developing an analytical mindset that will give you the fundamentals to solve any programming problems. My moto is "learning by doing". I give lessons from beginners to intermediate levels of programming.
I train senior management in IT management and other subjects. Have over 18 years of solid experience in a variety of industries and have international exposure. I have trained over 500+ senior management staff. I am able to offer lessons from A levels and above. My tutoring methodology will be based on your current levels, target levels and devising a learning plan.
I believe that a hands on experience is necessary when teaching one to program. I will first explain the theory behind the concepts and then get them to practice it themselves (a computer would be necessary for this).
Throughout my years of studying, I have found the best way to study is to learn a topic, going over aspects in detail, attempt a test, revise the test and go over areas where marks were lost, taking another test after this to ensure complete understanding of a topic.
C and C++ are basic Programming languages and anyone who is eager to learn and interested in learning programming languages can take lessons. My method includes both theory and practical lesson structure and I emphasis more on practicals as I believe more you code, more you learn.
I am a student who is advanced in programming languages such as: Python, Java and several APIs (such as the Bukkit API which can help younger pupils learn how to make plugins for games which in this case is Minecraft). I can teach pupils ranging from primary school to GCSE. Moreover, I can teach students about computers and their components as well as how certain hardware works (e.g.
I tailor my lessons to the individual's ability based on the topics they feel weakest in to help them improve and surpass the standards their expectations. I have spent the last six years teaching at The Learning Hub, in addition, I am currently a mentor for students on the Engineering and Mathematics STEM enrichment course at Imperial College.
4 years experience as Director of Academic Studies for a private I.T. training institute. I have extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office including VBA coding (creating macros); Database design and development (Access); I can deliver a set syllabus (ECDL or ITQ - formerly CLAiT) or tailor lessons for personal aims.
I’m an innovative Research scientist with 4.5 years of diverse experience from managing and developing software for engineering projects to pure psychological cognition related experiment and analysis.
I prepare my lessons based on the needs of my students. I can split my lessons between reviewing courses and exercises with an increasing level of difficulty. I enjoy sharing my passion and making my students understanding abstract concepts in a more concrete way.
I make complex topics simple. I teach everything from scratch. I motivate students to learn by doing. I course teaching speed is directly proportional to the grasping power of the student. I have students who have repeatedly come and contacted me.
Hi,this is abishek from india where i finished my engineering in information technology so i know coding languages like c c++ java html etc ,then by side i have lot of intrests in history which is hidden from educational syallbus those who all are intrested can contact me
Am research scholar pushing my final yr PhD in computer science. Looking for partime. Under graduate to..... PhD.... Methodology implemented is practioner approach. Self motivated. Patience. Optimistic. Efficient n effective. Very friendly.
I am an MSci Computer Science student at Kings College London in my penultimate year and have done an internship on front end web development previously. I give lessons to primary/secondary school kids to develop their programming skills by teaching them the basics of CSS and HTML and working first hand on web pages to demonstrate how it all works.
Lessons in Biology, Chemistry and Maths up to and including A-level Computer Science and Java programming to degree level Lessons are for you! Therefore structured around what you want to achieve! Relaxed approached, we'll work together to find how I can best support you
i am sunil bhattarai from nepal bt i am recently living in poland. i used to teach computer science in nepal for secondary level at school.in my point of view, in my experience in teaching, students should be taught in a friendly mannure so that they can ask to teacher without any hesitation. we should be strict also bt in some constant.
Hello, I'm Baptiste. Originally from the UK, France and Japan, I've had a diverse upbringing. In 2017, I accepted my place to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Boston, USA), but deferred it for 2018 because I passionately believe in the merits of a gap year. In my spare time when I'm not tutoring, I develop mobile apps, especially for rowing - a sport that I participate in competitively.
I offer Face to Face classes and I can use TeamViewer or any other technology you prefer to use it. In addition we can meet on webex. Many techniques we can use during the teaching. It depends on you and what you would like to do.
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